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From: Peer Stefan (stefan.peertiwag.at)
Date: Tue May 14 2002 - 01:39:44 CDT
> From: John Andersen [mailto:jsapen.homeip.net]
> On Monday 13 May 2002 11:59 am, Geordon VanTassle wrote:
> > Can someone please point me to the right direction to look to stop
> > logging this particular thing? I can't even figure out why the
> > Windows computer at 192.168.1.20 is trying to ping 220.127.116.11,
> > which isn't alive even, but that's a different story.
> Don't try to suppress the logging, try to suppress the pinging.
> Its VERY unusual for a windows machine to ping something
> all by itself, Find out WHY.
i guess this box uses software like audiogalaxy, imesh or something similar.
these programs try to ping hosts known to share multimedia files.
if you were connected to an audiogalaxy-server once, you will be pinged for
some time, before the ip-address is removed from the database.
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