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TCP protocol decimal type 210
From: jim.halfpenny at gmail.com (Jim Halfpenny)
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 09:56:59 +0100

First things that spring to mind are DDoS traffic, warez traffic or a
malware back channel. Have you done any analysis on the packet contents
other than the protocol number?



2009/6/22 Dale Stirling <dale at puredistortion.com>

Hi All,

I have a box that is routinely using in excess of 4GB a day in traffic in
from the internet.

I have identified that the traffic is coming to the box via an IP Protocol
number I have never seen before: 210.

I have done some searching on the Internet and have only been able to find
that this number is in the unassigned block of protocol numbers with IANA. I
am stuck so I thought I would through it out to the smartest group of people
I know the PDC Mailing (I heard flatery works well) list to see if any one
has seen this before.


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