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SMC Routers have remote administration enabled by default Apr 28 2004 04:55PM
user86 (user86 earthlink net) (3 replies)
Re: SMC Routers have remote administration enabled by default Apr 29 2004 05:10AM
user86 (user86 earthlink net) (1 replies)
Re: SMC Routers have remote administration enabled by default Apr 29 2004 05:37AM
user86 (user86 earthlink net)
On Thursday 29 April 2004 01:10, user86 wrote:
> On Wednesday 28 April 2004 12:55, user86 wrote:
> > There are two workarounds:
> > 1. Enable the router's firewall in its "Advanced Setup"
> >
> > 2. Forward port 1900 of the router to a non-existent internal IP address
> > (such as 192.168.2.248 if it isn't in use).
>
> A third workaround on the 7008ABR with firmware 1.032 is to go into the
> router's "Advanced Setup" click "System" then "Remote Management" and click
> "Apply" (even without changing any setting) and port 1900 then closes
> itself.

Ugh! Scratch that third workaround! I just found out that that third
workaround only works as long as the router stays up. If the router is
rebooted for *any* reason, such as during a power outage or by the user
through the web interface, port 1900 is open again when the router boots back
up!

[ reply ]
Re: SMC Routers have remote administration enabled by default Apr 29 2004 02:25AM
Michael Curtis (email curto us)
Re: SMC Routers have remote administration enabled by default Apr 29 2004 12:40AM
Martin Nedbal (awe centrum cz)


 

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