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Most of WAN related logs refer to hacker attacks (most
often port scans) that the firewall is blocking.
If you want to provide access to a server or program on
your computer, you need to open the ports that the program
uses. This is done on the router, under Security/Port
Forwarding. The actual type of forwarding and ports,
depends on the program and what you are trying to do.
>2004/07/14 22:26:13 AddPortMapping: ExternalPort:33769,
>UDP, InternalPort:11021, InternalClient:192.168.2.38
>2004/07/14 22:26:13 AddPortMapping: ExternalPort:34016,
>TCP, InternalPort:8714, InternalClient:192.168.2.38
>2004/07/14 22:26:26 DHCP Client : Send Discover
>2004/07/14 22:26:26 DHCP Client : Receive Offer from
>2004/07/14 22:26:27 DHCP Client : Receive Offer from
>2004/07/14 22:26:32 DHCP Client : Send Request, Request
>IP = 126.96.36.199
>2004/07/14 22:26:32 DHCP Client : Receive Ack from
>188.8.131.52, Lease time = 345600
>2004/07/14 22:26:57 Connection attempt to base station
>from WAN blocked -- src:<184.108.40.206:2745>
>how do you unblock wan?
>i didn't have this problem before
>mn-500 base winxp pro