Thank Georg Pauwen

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Dec 10th, 2005
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Thanks for your help Georg.

But today there is a disaster, some one hacked into my router and changed my password, some more, denied all out going traffic. My company network was down for the whole day. Bad luck is today I have an exam, just got time to reset the router at about 8 pm, finally get the router up in 9. I curse the people who changed my password.


My problem still persist, my need some further help from you guys.

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joyride_us Sun, 12/11/2005 - 09:43
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Hi Caleb,

time to implement some security features there! The most secure one that I would recommend is of course to de-activate the telnet possiblity and just allow console login. You are then pretty safe!

Otherwise, if you want to keep telnet login, please consider secure shell login only + access-list on telnet allowing only your PC to log! This site will tell you everything on how to do it!

Good luck!

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