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Old 09-25-2011
strange packages!

I am in a LAN with 10 hosts, but only my PC (192.168.0.10) and 192.168.0.13 is on.
The ip of the router is 192.168.0.1.

But I am capturing strange packages. There are many public IPs is sending to port 11935 of 192.168.0.9. But 192.168.0.9 does'nt exist in my LAN, so it does'nt reply any package.

Code:
o===================================================================o
|src ip          dest ip         src port   dest port   proto  total|
>-------------------------------------------------------------------<
|192.168.0.10    216.194.70.6    9237       22          TCP    2    |
|216.194.70.6    192.168.0.10    22         9237        TCP    3    |
|116.53.211.222  192.168.0.9     1046       11935       UDP    1    |
|27.16.63.148    192.168.0.9     2491       11935       TCP    1    |
|192.168.0.10    123.125.114.102 11586      80          TCP    1    |
|115.216.29.74   192.168.0.9     11935      11935       UDP    1    |
|121.206.123.220 192.168.0.9     4471       11935       TCP    1    |
|222.77.36.206   192.168.0.9     32903      11935       TCP    2    |
|113.227.178.236 192.168.0.9     23193      11935       TCP    1    |
|202.198.167.217 192.168.0.9     3805       11935       TCP    1    |
|202.112.208.67  192.168.0.9     29772      11935       TCP    1    |
|112.95.240.63   192.168.0.10    8000       4000        UDP    10   |
|192.168.0.10    112.95.240.63   4000       8000        UDP    10   |
|192.168.0.10    192.168.0.13    6114       22          TCP    7    |
|192.168.0.13    192.168.0.10    22         6114        TCP    7    |
|218.56.253.65   192.168.0.9     4984       11935       TCP    2    |
|202.198.167.217 192.168.0.9     11935      11935       UDP    1    |
o===================================================================o

# 2  
Old 09-25-2011
are ports forwarded from your router?
# 3  
Old 09-26-2011
NO, My route doen't map a port to 192.168.0.9. But it maps ports to some other PCs.
After I restart the router, the strange packages disappeared.

But where do these strange packages come from?
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