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Old 04-15-2008, 07:56 AM   #1
saini_mw
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error in dmesg


Hello Guys...

Could someone please tell me what does this means?? i am seeing this in the dmesg log:

Limiting closed port RST response from 205 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 350 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 364 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 380 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 378 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 323 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 347 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 296 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 288 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 290 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 320 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 207 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 246 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 243 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 315 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 449 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 204 to 200 packets per second
Limiting closed port RST response from 285 to 200 packets per second

Thanks in Advance.

--Inder
 
Old 04-15-2008, 08:34 AM   #2
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Someone is probably trying to access your closed ports, and the firewall or kernel or something is sending a "closed port" message back to the sender.

Someone else may have more insight.

edit:

Quick google search reveals that this is correct:
http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/f...ne/009990.html

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