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Hi there. Is it normal for a router to be sending a 'BOOTP_Remote_Overflow' to a computer? I have a linksys wireless router and wireless card, with Blackice firewall running, and I recieve a lot of TCP probes from it. The other day, I had three 'BOOTP_Remote_Overflow' come from my router to my comp, and a TCP port scan as well. This is the first time I've seen either of these since installing Blackice about two weeks ago. Both these 'attacks' happened a couple of days ago, from to my comp. Any help/comments/insight would be appreciated. Thanks,
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