This is definitely a hack. Get your ATA out of the DMZ for a start. Based on recommendations from my modem mfgr to help with QoS settings, I had enabled the DMZ and forwarded some ports. About 1 week later I started getting calls from 6197137209 in La Mesa, CA at all hours of the day and night. Always hang ups. Simultaneously, my DID was forwarded to:
972542935554 in Israel,
972544738856 in Israel, and
381608761044 in Serbia.
I found those numbers in my CFWD ALL DEST. And boy, were those folks annoyed. La Mesa was calling almost every 10 seconds and it was forwarding to their numbers. I called my own number to see where it was going, so I got to (briefly) talk to the folks in Israel. Not too happy considering they were 9 hours ahead.
As soon as I disabled the DMZ and port forwarding it seemed to stop. I added strong passwords to my ATA setup just for good measure.
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