Hi Nikos

Thanks for your reply.

> On Tuesday 18 September 2007 16:05, Mächler Philippe wrote:
> > Since a few weeks/months we have the following entries in the

> > /var/log/messages logfile.
> []
> > [/var/log/messages]
> > Sep 18 10:23:03 ns2 kernel: .11:2438 out via bge0
> > Sep 18 10:31:35 ns2 kernel:
> > Sep 18 10:58:05 ns2 kernel: 80
> > Sep 18 10:58:14 ns2 kernel: <<110>ipfw: 7600 Accept UDP 
> > 80.242.206.245:55041 80.242.192.81:53 in via bge0 Sep 18 
> 10:58:14 ns2 
> > kernel: 110>ipfw: 7700 Accept UDP 80.242.192.81:53 
> 80.242.204.85:65510 
> > out via bge0
> 
> I can think of two things.
> 
> 1) Is anybody playing with logger(1)?
> e.g.
> logger -t kernel "Let's play with the administrator..."
> tail /var/log/messages

I fear ist neither of the two things you mentioned

[1] /var/log/auth.log does not show an external nor an abnormal
login. And I belive that my workmates wont fool me with stuff
like this :)

> 2) Are these entries new? Are you sure that they refer
> to 2007-09? It can happen. Seeing a message from a year back. 
> Especially on a low maintenance box.

[2] These are actual entries. In the meantime i got a few new
ones... 
Sep 18 16:08:18 ns2 kernel: <11<110>ipfw: 7600 Accept UDP
80.242.205.104:50114 80.242.192.81:53 in via bge0
Sep 18 16:08:18 ns2 kernel: 0>ipfw: 7700 Accept UDP
80.242.192.81:53 80.242.205.104:50111 out via bge0
Sep 18 16:09:42 ns2 kernel: b
Sep 18 16:13:42 ns2 kernel: 
Sep 18 16:23:14 ns2 kernel: 
Sep 18 16:23:24 ns2 kernel: 8
Sep 18 16:30:49 ns2 kernel:
 
> Nikos

Philippe

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