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I was wondering if anybody here could offer me any advice.
At home I have a Clark Connect Linux file-server running Slimserver, managed though ssh. This is connected to the internet through an ageing SMC Barricade 7004ABR router. While recently changing some settings on my router the following entries in the log caught my eye.
2007/05/07 06:05:07 ** IP Spoofing ** <IP/UDP> 192.168.2.2:48527 ->> **.**.***.***:6346
2007/05/07 06:07:07 ** IP Spoofing ** <IP/UDP> 192.168.2.2:48527 ->> **.**.***.***:6346
2007/05/07 06:09:07 ** IP Spoofing ** <IP/UDP> 192.168.2.2:48527 ->> **.**.***.***:6346
2007/05/07 06:11:07 ** IP Spoofing ** <IP/UDP> 192.168.2.2:48527 ->> **.**.***.***:6346
2007/05/07 06:13:07 ** IP Spoofing ** <IP/UDP> 192.168.2.2:48527 ->> **.**.***.***:6346
The internal is my server IP and the **.**.***.*** is my actual external IP, I don't wish to display it in case this is something to be worried about.
So my next question is this, is it something to be worried about?
Although I have configured the box I am not very up on hardening a Linux Box to limit it to just the access I need.
If it is something to be concerned about I would be grateful for any help on how to deal with it, or at least discover what is causing it.
The port number may well have changed (high port numbers like that are generally random, used for outgoing connections).
If you're worried about it, then go back into the router and find the port number, then run the command above with that number.