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rugby
I think I know it all.
VIP
join:2000-09-26
Plainfield, IN

SB6120 downloaded d11_m_sb6120_speedtiertb25_c01.c

My connection is acting froggy tonight and I hop on my 6120 and here's what I see:

May 21 2009 06:57:56 6-Notice E112.0 SW download Successful - Via Config file d11_m_sb6120_speedtiertb25_c01.c
May 21 2009 06:55:04 3-Critical R02.0 No Ranging Response received - T3 time-out;CM-MAC=00:22:10:39:20:40;CMTS-MAC=00:01:5c:24:2b:d2;CM-QOS=1.1;CM-VER=3.0;
May 21 2009 06:54:46 6-Notice E102.0 SW Download INIT - Via Config file d11_m_sb6120_speedtiertb25_c01.c

I had changed firewalls to a pfsense box and instead of a 67. address I now have a 24 address.

BTW, I'm just southwest of Indianapolis, near Mooresville.

My speeds are good now:



What firmware is this? I'm subscribed to 16/2 officially.



netcool
Premium,VIP
join:2008-11-05
Englewood, CO
kudos:106

said by rugby:

May 21 2009 06:54:46 6-Notice E102.0 SW Download INIT - Via Config file d11_m_sb6120_speedtiertb25_c01.c

...

What firmware is this? I'm subscribed to 16/2 officially.
Your modem downloaded a bootfile with a port 25 block. Do you run a mail server by chance? Or maybe were infected with a virus that was sending out spam?

The port 25 block is applied automatically if it appears that you are sending out unsolicited mail.

rugby
I think I know it all.
VIP
join:2000-09-26
Plainfield, IN

I do nothing over port 25 at all that I know of. My email server is in a datacenter, as is my PBX. My DVR even emails me over port 587. I have about 12 machines here however so one of them might be doing something. No viruses however as there are only 2 Windows machines and they've both HTPC's that don't go on the Internet.



FFH
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join:2002-03-03
Tavistock NJ
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said by rugby:

No viruses however as there are only 2 Windows machines and they've both HTPC's that don't go on the Internet.
Non-Windows machines can get viruses.
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rugby
I think I know it all.
VIP
join:2000-09-26
Plainfield, IN

said by FFH:

said by rugby:

No viruses however as there are only 2 Windows machines and they've both HTPC's that don't go on the Internet.
Non-Windows machines can get viruses.
I can get struck by lightning as well, but the odds are pretty small.

The last time I was port 25 blocked was due to my PBX sending voicemails.

I'm going to investigate getting a business account, they're not much more money/month and I can get a static and no port blocking.

ats

join:2008-11-14
Vallejo, CA
kudos:1

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either that or you've reach the 250 Gb cap.call this number CSA 856-317-7272.


rugby
I think I know it all.
VIP
join:2000-09-26
Plainfield, IN

My speeds are fine, I switched to another firewall just for giggles and then got a 67. address again.

I only send email via SSL from my computers so I'm not sure why I'm being blocked on port 25. It's not affecting anything.


cghh

join:2001-01-15
Milpitas, CA

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I apologize if this is a FAQ, but how do you login to an SB6120 so you can view its configuration info?

Edit: Never mind. I found the FAQ which points to the 192.168.100.1 Web page.