said by Jabbu:
That flood protection is terrible.
100.1 usually means the modem is in bridge.
1.1/0.1 is acting as a gateway.
I bet $20 your problem is fixed.
It must be crappy. With all the port scans I get on TWC(not sure why I didn't get them on Verizon, though TWC is otherwise better), enabling it on my Cisco equipment provides quite a performance boost. My guess is it's not allowing these to flood currently open connections. Of course, if it gets overloaded, I could see it degrading the performance or causing a reboot. I guess that is the difference between crappy and good equipment, among several other factors.--
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