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    Yup, sure seems like they are from your ISP. Brocade makes enterprise-level network products, which you would expect an ISP to have.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brocad...ations_Systems

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    I agree ISP.

    I have run into that before, Being lazy and cheap they are.
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    First question, if you have a unique, direct routable IP public address, what are they using the 192.168.1.x addresses for? Is their box a combo modem/router?

    Second, why are the 192.168.1.x addresses "leaking" past your initial, main router?? Shouldn't the NAT in use by your main router be cutting it off? As you initially posted, they shouldn't be there!

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    OK it seems that we have figured out where it is coming from, is there reason for me to be concerned? I guess if my ISP had any malicious intentions it would be easy enough for them anyway.

    Seems odd that the local tech had no idea, and he could not see it from his end. Another call to him is in order. Anything specific I should ask?

    Maybe I should limit my netscan's to my private IP range.

    Good thoughts HAN. I was working on my post as you did yours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HAN View Post
    First question, if you have a unique, direct routable IP public address, what are they using the 192.168.1.x addresses for? Is their box a combo modem/router?

    Second, why are the 192.168.1.x addresses "leaking" past your initial, main router?? Shouldn't the NAT in use by your main router be cutting it off? As you initially posted, they shouldn't be there!
    Pretty sure I do have a unique IP. Would it help if I was to post part of my WAN IP? I was kind of leary of that, but if part of it would help I could x-out unneeded digits.

    Any way to proceed stopping them?
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    You don't need to post it. Just verify it's not in any these ranges 10.x.x.x, 172.16.x.x or 192.168.x.x. Those ranges are reserved for private use. (The 172.16.x.x range is actually somewhat bigger than that but I'm keeping this short.)

    If your outside address is ok, then the remaining question is why the ISP's addresses are "leaking" through to your LAN. If I were you, I'd be a little nervous as to why it's happening. I'm "assuming" that your main router should keep 192.168.1.x out. Unless as questioned earlier, you have some port forwarding turned on somehow.

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    Post the make and model of that modem.
    Ok, they call it differently, but that is what it is.

    We need to do a tad of research on it.

    A modem (modulator-demodulator) is a network hardware device that modulates one or more carrier wave signals to encode digital information for transmission and demodulates signals to decode the transmitted information
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    Here is some photos of the Walnutel demark,

    20161216_081521 (Medium).jpg


    20161216_081526 (Medium).jpg

    The yellow cable is the fibre optic incoming line,
    20161216_081655 (Medium).jpg
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    Dang why did they go sideways?

    Oh well here is the last two. I downloaded a barcode reader but it did not tell me anything.


    Won't let me upload any more. I'll have to figure out how to delete an old attachment.






    Another try, these are from my Photobucket. I can't figure out what to do about the forum attachment uploader.
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    No wireless.

    This picture did the trick
    http://s562.photobucket.com/user/Ron...bwqox.jpg.html


    Manual I found
    https://portal.adtran.com/pub/Librar...0SFU%20ONT.pdf

    I had to chase down a model like that a couple weeks ago and it did have wireless in it.
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    No wireless. So that is eliminated.

    This picture did the trick
    http://s562.photobucket.com/user/Ron...bwqox.jpg.html


    Manual I found
    https://portal.adtran.com/pub/Librar...0SFU%20ONT.pdf

    I had to chase down a model like that a couple weeks ago and it did have wireless in it.
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    Attachments.
    Top right to the right of you name Select Settings.
    Left pane - scroll down to Attachments.
    In there is where you can delete stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Train View Post
    Attachments.
    Top right to the right of you name Select Settings.
    Left pane - scroll down to Attachments.
    In there is where you can delete stuff.
    Thank You! I looked everywhere but there. So I deleted some previous attachments. Are they gone in the forum threads? Seems like someone might want to see them if they are looking for help and came across the threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HAN View Post
    You don't need to post it. Just verify it's not in any these ranges 10.x.x.x, 172.16.x.x or 192.168.x.x. Those ranges are reserved for private use. (The 172.16.x.x range is actually somewhat bigger than that but I'm keeping this short.)

    If your outside address is ok, then the remaining question is why the ISP's addresses are "leaking" through to your LAN. If I were you, I'd be a little nervous as to why it's happening. I'm "assuming" that your main router should keep 192.168.1.x out. Unless as questioned earlier, you have some port forwarding turned on somehow.

    My WAN IP is 167.xxx.xxx.xxx.

    I took another look at the router config and confirmed that there is no port forwarding turned on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Rockwell View Post
    Thank You! I looked everywhere but there. So I deleted some previous attachments. Are they gone in the forum threads? Seems like someone might want to see them if they are looking for help and came across the threads.
    Yes, they are gone. But over the years, I have found many things disappear from the internet.Something we have to live with.
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