Upon re-installing CFP, I chose maximum protection and also have it on training mode. I was surpisrd to see it rpeort today intrusion attempts from my DSL modem. Everything is working fine, so I have no idea why my modem would be attempting to gain access to anything.
A screen shot is attached.
Create a network zone for your local network. Go to Firewall → Common tasks → My Network zones.
When done go to the Stealths Ports Wizard → choose “I would like to create a new trusted network and stealth my ports to EVERYONE else” → choose → “I would like to trust an existing My Network Zone” → choose your local network under Zone Name → Finish.
For example my network zone
255.255.255.255 (the two last addresses are broadcast addresses)
Thanks, Eric. I am just wondering why my modem would be attempting to communicate coming in?
What those actually are in your Log is either UPnP (Universal Plug ‘n’ Play) Discovery or SSDP (Simple Service Discovery Protocol). With the UPnP being the most likely. Given the IPs involved… I can make them out, but that’s not a problem LAN IPs are not a security risk… this looks normal and does not involve any external communications. Both UPnP & SSDP are driven by Services on the PC (which can be disabled if you don’t need them). And possibly, if 192.168.0.100 is a router (or something similar), then some routers either require or use UPnP (usually definable on the router itself).
I hope that helps.