Hi All, Since we returned from holiday last week; I have noticed that our router now seems to keep rebooting itself at varying intervals (anything from 15 minutes to 2 hours between reboots). The router is a Netgear DGN2200v3. The logfile from the router since the last known reboot is shown
[DoS attack: ACK Scan] from source: 126.96.36.199:8090, Tuesday, November 06,2012 12:59:57 [email sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org] Tuesday, November 06,2012 12:00:02 [Time synchronized with NTP server time-g.netgear.com] Tuesday, November 06,2012 11:45:16 [Internet connected] IP address: xx.yyy.zzz.www, Tuesday, November 06,2012 11:42:38 [DSL: Up] Tuesday, November 06,2012 11:42:33 [USB device attached] The USB storage device <10EADS External> (<Elements>) is attache, Tuesday, November 06,2012 11:42:21 [DHCP IP: (192.168.0.3)] to MAC address 00:0E:58:4F:7A:82, Tuesday, November 06,2012 11:41:49 [Initialized, firmware version: V1.1.00.10_1.00.10 ] Tuesday, November 06,2012 11:41:34
Apart from the DoS attacks; which I believe are quite common & the router is blocking them; does anybody have any ideas? My searching on the internet has not given me much to go on. It appears that the day before we returned we had a major power outage, the router was on whilst we were away as we have a couple of IP-cams to keep an eye on our cats with, but I wouldn't have thought that such an outage would have had much effect?