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From: Michael Glaser (mglaserBINTEC.DE)
Date: Tue Apr 10 2001 - 05:39:45 CDT

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    Systems affected:
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    BinTec X1000
    BinTec X1200
    BinTec X4000

    Systems with the following properties are *NOT* affected:
            - VPN license activated
            - port 1723/tcp blocked for all interfaces

    Description:
    - ------------

    Portscan locks up systems

    Solution:
    - ---------

    BinTec recommends that you block all unused ports and update to the
    latest system software

    In any case, port 1723/tcp should be closed for all interfaces on
    systems without VPN license.

    You can block the ports either by using the access lists of the router
    or by activating NAT.

    Bugfix:
    - -------

    This problem will be solved with the next system software release.

    MICHAEL GLASER
    Projectmanager X4000
    BinTec Communications AG
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