Well thats good because I'd rather have a meaningful dialog than a food fight.Aveamantium wrote:No attacks here, just curious... So you have nothing in the Telo's DMZ and nothing forwarded to the Home Port IP (172.27.35.1)?
As indicated, I had the router's IP address (assigned by the Telo) in the DMZ in order to get access to my LAN from the Internet. Of course thats where/when the breach occurs. There would be no breach if the Telo interface was password protected.
Apart from that, if Telo was handling port forwarding correctly, there would never be a need for the DMZ.
I invite any one to tell me what tests to run and I'll go through them and post the results as accurately as I possibly can. But the fact remains that the Telo/Hub interface needs to be password protected and certainly the device's handling of router specific tasks is spotty - at best.
EDIT: I've just now seen this recent post as well: viewtopic.php?f=8&t=5774