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Below is about thirty seconds of data recorded at the RJ45 connector on
my Wildblue receiver/modem. The computer I'm using to test with is a
new F8 installation [192.168.1.10] and I don't know that it does
anything F7 didn't do but I see continuous activity, apparently the
result of DNS activity, since it is to the Wildblue DNS server on port
53. Is that normal? 60 bytes doesn't amount to much of a days usage
but still it is consuming bw.
Bob Goodwin

Mon Nov 26 12:30:19 2007; UDP; eth1; 63 bytes; from 192.168.1.10:32771 to 12.189.32.61:53 Mon Nov 26 12:30:24 2007; UDP; eth1; 60 bytes; from 192.168.1.10:32771 to 12.189.32.61:53 Mon Nov 26 12:30:29 2007; UDP; eth1; 60 bytes; from 192.168.1.10:32771 to 12.189.32.61:53 Mon Nov 26 12:30:34 2007; UDP; eth1; 60 bytes; from 192.168.1.10:32771 to 12.189.32.61:53 Mon Nov 26 12:30:39 2007; UDP; eth1; 60 bytes; from 192.168.1.10:32771 to 12.189.32.61:53 Mon Nov 26 12:30:44 2007; UDP; eth1; 60 bytes; from 192.168.1.10:32771 to 12.189.32.61:53 Mon Nov 26 12:30:49 2007; UDP; eth1; 60 bytes; from 192.168.1.10:32771 to 12.189.32.61:53





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