"invalid source port 32768"

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    slovette, Nov 22, 2011

    What is this?

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    1. Nov 22 13:53:18 Media-Server avahi-daemon[8942]: Received response from host 192.168.1.1 with invalid source port 32768 on interface 'bge0.0'
    It shows up constantly in the log.

    Thanks.
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    JimL, Dec 2, 2011

    Sorry to bump this with no new info, I am wondering this myself. My logs are packed with these...
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    1. Dec  2 01:00:02 filserver avahi-daemon[2294]: Received response from host 192.168.1.1 with invalid source port 32768 on interface 'lagg0.0'
    2. Dec  2 01:00:32 filserver avahi-daemon[2294]: Received response from host 192.168.1.1 with invalid source port 32768 on interface 'lagg0.0'
    3. Dec  2 01:02:32 filserver last message repeated 4 times
    4. Dec  2 01:12:32 filserver last message repeated 20 times
    5. Dec  2 01:22:32 filserver last message repeated 20 times
    6. Dec  2 01:32:51 filserver last message repeated 22 times
    7. Dec  2 01:34:51 filserver last message repeated 4 times
    8. Dec  2 01:35:21 filserver avahi-daemon[2294]: Received response from host 192.168.1.1 with invalid source port 32768 on interface 'lagg0.0'
    9. Dec  2 01:35:51 filserver avahi-daemon[2294]: Received response from host 192.168.1.1 with invalid source port 32768 on interface 'lagg0.0'
    10. Dec  2 01:37:51 filserver last message repeated 4 times
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    JimL, Dec 2, 2011

    One thing though, searching around a little it seems that many people experience this after switching router to Cisco Linksys E4200. I switched to this router a while ago, did you? ^^
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