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SubjectRe: reading your email via tcpdump
On Tue, 19 Mar 2002, John Jasen wrote:

> Sorry, I lost track of attributions. Need more coffee,
>
>
> > > 16:42:49.412862 10.0.0.101.netbios-dgm > 10.255.255.255.netbios-dgm:
> > > >>> NBT UDP PACKET(138) Res=0x1102 ID=0x54 IP=10.0.0.101 Port=138 Length=193
> > > Res2=0x0
> > > SourceName=T1H6I3 NameType=0x00 (Workstation)
> > > DestName=
> > > SMB PACKET: SMBunknown (REQUEST)
> > > SMB Command = 0x43
> > > Error class = 0x46
> > > Error code = 20550
> > > Flags1 = 0x45
> > > Flags2 = 0x4E
> > > Tree ID = 17990
> > > Proc ID = 18000
> > > UID = 16720
> > > MID = 16707
> > > Word Count = 66
> > > SMBError = ERROR: Unknown error (70,20550)
>
> This looks like standard SMB garbage. It probably repeats on a regular
> basis. From what I remember, I think it is a Windows box browsing
> the network trying to discover other SMB boxes, finding a 'master
> browser', and other such stuff.

Yeah, this part is normal loking junk. The abby-normal looking
bit got snipped :)

-Mike

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