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cybeer

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Hi,

I've noticed strange unidentified connections through this port, that's why I decided to ask you about it.
What this port is used for?


GL
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feite

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Incomming or outgoing traffic?
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cybeer

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i am not sure about direction,
but connections establish from LAN and WAN interfaces ,

from LAN its a clients coonections (but why sometimes ONLY 13266 ?)as NAT+PAT
from WAN its a strange connections from p#.www.re2.yahoo.com

like this
-[system process] tcp xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:13266 68.142.266.50:80 time_wait
-[system process] tcp xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:13266 68.142.266.5#:80 time_wait
-[system process] tcp xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:13266 68.142.266.5#:80 time_wait



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feite

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Enable packet logging for the traffic rules and monitor the filter log.
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why is this strange?
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cybeer

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feite wrote on Mon, 18 April 2005 18:49

Enable packet logging for the traffic rules and monitor the filter log.


what rules ? its establish independently of rules, to any host ,through the WAN or LAN interfaces
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feite

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Just do it and check the filter log. Make sure you enable packet logging for all the traffic rules.
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It is default port of transparet proxy:

<table name="Firewall">
.....
<variable name="TransparentProxyPort">13266</variable>
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Viktor

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Excuse me, i understand, my question is offtopic, but...
What that
<table name="Firewall">
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<variable name="TransparentProxyPort">13266</variable>
....
Winroute can work as transparent proxy? Where I can read about it?
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In the helpfile:
Enable cache on transparent proxy
This option enables cache for HTTP traffic that uses the HTTP protocol inspector (direct access to the Internet)

This means that is you have a traffic rule like this:

name: webbrowsing
source: lan
dest: internet
service: http, https
action: allow
translation: nat default outgoing
protocol inspector: default

All http and https traffic is allowed by this rule from computers in the lan. The protocol inspector will check every request (http only, https is encrypted) and use the cache to give the answer (if item is in cache and ttl is valid).
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