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Thread: Help! more than 1600 alerts during lasts hours! I don't know what's going on :(

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    Default Re: Help! more than 1600 alerts during lasts hours! I don't know what's going on :(

    I did a quick internet browsing for your question. I found several suggestions at Broad Band Reports. They included the Linksys WRT 549 with the firmware dd-wrt This will allow the router to be functioning as a receiver instead of transmitter. Also wireless bridges were mentioned. The ZyXEL P-330W was also mentioned (something about WISP).None of these made any complete sense since this is really out of my range of knowledge.It may be good to appraoach the Linksys forum for a hardware question such as yours!

    Oddly enough the first idea I had was to get an old pentium3 box and equip it with the wifi card and install IPCop (free linux software firewall) and use it's NAT/SPI/DHCP features (plus it has other features as well) and connect the present PC to it via a cable.



    Oldsod

    Message Edited by Oldsod on 08-24-2006 04:49 PM

    Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Anti-Spyware
    Software Version:6.1
    Best regards.
    oldsod

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    Default Re: Help! more than 1600 alerts during lasts hours! I don't know what's going on :(

    Ok. Thx for answer! However, I decided to do something different, I have done small reconnaissanceand all this mess seems to be fault of my internet provider. They have changed their servers and some other things in this week. I have always had problems with them so I think it's time for changess and I'm gonna change my internet provider tomorrow. Anyway, Thx a lot for help!

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    Default Re: Help! more than 1600 alerts during lasts hours! I don't know what's going on :(

    Hi get cable internet! The connection of a router to cable modem is a snap and the cable internet is always present as opposed to phone calling-up-provider (and maybe the router will interfer with the dialup-addresses-DNS business).

    Oldsod
    Best regards.
    oldsod

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