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Simple question (I hope)

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Simple question (I hope)

Hi Everyone

Just had a look through my router logs, and in amongst the the normal DHCP requests I found these entries I have pasted below; anyone know what it is as I do not recall seeing it before and the only thing I recognise is is my routers IP address,Not really concerned as what ever it is the router firewall and my Macs inbuilt firewall seem (to me at least) be doing the job but I do have the wifes Windows machine connected to the same router hence the interest.I guess my main query is what are ports 67 & 68 used for?

Mar/23/2005 08:08:43
DHCP lease IP 192.168.0.100 to unknown
00-0A-95-8E-6A-C2

Mar/23/2005 08:08:43
Target IP(255.255.255.255), Target Port(67)
Packet Dropped

Mar/23/2005 08:08:43
Spoof IP(0.0.0.0), Spoof Port(68 )

Mar/23/2005 08:08:43
Spoof Attack fromd MAC(00-0A-95-8E-6A-C2) Detect,

IanJ
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Simple question (I hope)

Port 67 is boot P server and port 68 is boot P client. Boot P is used to give an IP address to diskless clients.

Cheers.