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Old 02-26-2015, 10:50 AM   #1
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how to kill UDPv4 connections on googlephone with rudimentary Linux shell?


hello everyone
I use Googlephone MTS 970 which runs under android 4.1.1 and has installed only rudimentary Linux, I've run 3c network manager and find out that there were established at about 7connections of UDPv4. I think they were VoIP connections established by some local fun lovers (I'm living in a hostel).
so, am I right and how can I kill such connections?
 
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hello everyone
I use Googlephone MTS 970 which runs under android 4.1.1 and has installed only rudimentary Linux, I've run 3c network manager and find out that there were established at about 7connections of UDPv4. I think they were VoIP connections established by some local fun lovers (I'm living in a hostel).
so, am I right and how can I kill such connections?
Depends on the service, ultimatly if you can install a firewall just drop all eveything you dont want access to.
 
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