Yesterday I decided to monitor the "traffic" from my network by viewing the log files produced by my wireless router and noticed that an IP address was listed, that I did not recognize.
Was it an internal or external IP address?
You can zip the log and send it to the email address in my profile.
If you have it set up for MAC address filtering and you use a good 12 digit or more password I'd say it's it's just random hits from the outside. It found a live IP and is trying to get in. This happens 24/7 on any router.
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