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9 devices showing up in UPNP on my router.


mrwoowoo

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UPnP Portmap Table
Active Protocol Int. Port Ext. Port IP Address
YES UDP 51278 51278 192.168.0.3
YES TCP 6881 6881 192.168.0.3
YES TCP 6881 40041 192.168.0.5
YES UDP 6881 6881 192.168.0.5
YES UDP 52568 52568 192.168.0.3
YES UDP 53676 53676 192.168.0.3
YES UDP 46706 46706 192.168.0.3
YES UDP 3074 3074 192.168.0.2

The table above shows each device that is currently accessing my Netgear router.
Does currently mean that they are on at the moment?
We have a PS3, 2 other PC'S of which only one is on. A Wii and a few phones and a PS3 which are not on.
Is my router being accessed by third parties?
Or is this normal.

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ßeta

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Nope, as all those ports are being allocated to Machines on your Local Network. Note the Internal IP Addresses such as 192.168.0.3

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