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lafuente

hola es el primer mensaje que escribo
FELIZ NAVIDAD Y FELIZ AÑO NUEVO
el tema es el siguiente
desde octubre tengo ya.com de 1mg
hasta la fecha habia tenido eresmas que luego pertenecio a wanadoo bueno el problema que tengo es el siguiente desde que cambie a ya.com tengo problema con el router( el router es un comtrend ct500) de repente pongo el overnet y cuando arranco me pone habierto al rato me pone firewall reseteo y de nuevo me pone habierto pero al cabo de pocos minutos de nuevo me pone firewall reseteo 4 o 5 veces hasta que me marcha abieto y asi todo el rato
esto con eresmas no me pasaba y ya he probado de todo que me podais decir no tengo ningun ferewall y tengo el de windows desactivado tengo todos los puertos que utilizo habiertos y nada lo mas mosqueante es el tema de que a ratos estan habiertos y a ratos cerrados osea cuando un puerto esta habierto esta habierto y no se cierra
por eso he lleago a la conclusion que nos capan algunos puertos
de todas manera si alguien se le ocurre alguna soluciion que por favor me diaga algo empiezo a estas ya un poco hasta los coj.........nes

gracias

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Frankie2004

Dudo que tengas nada "habierto", sobre todo porque esa palabra no existe. Aparte de eso, lo mejor que puedes hacer es no utilizar nunca los puertos estándar de las aplicaciones, eso es de libro ...

lafuente

eso fue lo primero que cambie pero nada ya he probado yo creo que con 1000 puertos diferentes y nada

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BocaDePez
BocaDePez

Prueba a darle un martillazo al ordenata. No te va resolver el problema pero desahoga un monton, palabra.

lafuente

joder pues no te creas que no le he pensado veces
alguna otra idea
el tema es que ya no se si es del ordenadata o es del router

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Frankie2004

Será del software .... ¿cómo pretendes fiarte de Overnet? Estás confiando en que la aplicación te diga si tienes los puertos abiertos o no. Tienes 3 aspectos: el router, la aplicación y el posible bloqueo del sistema, si tiene algún tipo de cortafuegos. Lo mejor sería que utilizases algún sistema externo para saber si realmente estás visible o no.

Puedes comprobar los puertos en Shields Up!
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FoSFi

Revisa las configuraciones del router, y si llega al caso martillea el comtrend i ke te lo cambien en garantia ;)

BocaDePez
BocaDePez

he reseteado el router dejandolo tal y como venia de fabrica y luego lo he configurado habriendo los puertos necesarios y he ido a a una pagina escaneando los puertos y estos son los resultados

Your system ports are now being scanned and the results will be returned shortly...
Results from quick scan at TCP/IP address: 80.28.180.55

Ideally your status should be "Blocked". This indicates that your ports are not only
closed, but they are completely hidden (stealthed) to attackers.

Service

Ports

Status

Additional Information
FTP DATA

20

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
FTP

21

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
SSH

22

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
TELNET

23

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
SMTP

25

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
DNS

53

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
DCC

59

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
FINGER

79

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
WEB

80

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
POP3

110

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
IDENT

113

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
Location Service

135

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
NetBIOS

139

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
HTTPS

443

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
Server Message Block

445

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
SOCKS PROXY

1080

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
UPnP

5000

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
WEB PROXY

8080

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.

Results from scan of commonly used trojans at TCP/IP address: 80.28.180.55

Service

Ports

Status

Possible Trojans
Trojan

1243

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
Trojan

1999

CLOSED

This port has responded to our probes. This means that you are not running any application on this port, but it is still possible for someone to crash your computer through known TCP/IP stack vulnerabilities.
Trojan

6776

CLOSED

This port has responded to our probes. This means that you are not running any application on this port, but it is still possible for someone to crash your computer through known TCP/IP stack vulnerabilities.
Trojan

7789

CLOSED

This port has responded to our probes. This means that you are not running any application on this port, but it is still possible for someone to crash your computer through known TCP/IP stack vulnerabilities.
Trojan

12345

CLOSED

This port has responded to our probes. This means that you are not running any application on this port, but it is still possible for someone to crash your computer through known TCP/IP stack vulnerabilities.
Trojan

31337

CLOSED

This port has responded to our probes. This means that you are not running any application on this port, but it is still possible for someone to crash your computer through known TCP/IP stack vulnerabilities.
Trojan

54320

BLOCKED

This port has not responded to any of our probes. It appears to be completely stealthed.
Trojan

54321

CLOSED

This port has responded to our probes. This means that you are not running any application on this port, but it is still possible for someone to crash your computer through known TCP/IP stack vulnerabilities.

Results from scan of ICMP at TCP/IP address: 80.28.180.55

Protocol

Type

Status

Additional Information
ICMP

8

BLOCKED

An ICMP ping request is usually used to test Internet access. However, an attacker can use it to determine if your computer is available and what OS you are running. This gives him valuable information when he is determining what type of attack to use against you.

You are not fully protected:
We have detected that some of our probes connected with your computer.

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no se porque pero en todos me pone bloqueado
alguna solucion

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Frankie2004

Creo que le has pedido que te escanee los puertos típicos. Pon tú a mano el número del puerto que realmente has puesto en tu programa de P2P. Si el puerto está cerrado en el router te debería poner "STEALTH". Si el puerto está abierto, y la aplicación de P2P no está corriendo, te debería poner "CLOSED", y si está corriendo, obviamente "OPEN".

Editado: Se me olvidaba decir que Shields Up! puede escanear puertos por TCP, pero no por UDP.

Saludos.

BocaDePez
BocaDePez

he probado con el cuñao que tiene tambien ya.com y tiene un router inalambrico 3 com 11g el inalambrico que da ya.com y tiene el mismo problema que yo no hay manera que el los puertos los tenga habiertos
eso ya me da a que pensar que no es el router ya que los dos tenemos distinto router osea que es cosa de ya o de telefonica he llamado a ya y me han dicho de que ellos no cierran ningun puerto y que no tienen puesto ningun proxy cosa que no me acabo de creer
vivo en zaragoza lo digo porque puede ser que hayan empezado por aqui y por eso en las demas ciudades no tengais este problema
si teneis que decir algo decirlo
gracias

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Hijo-de-Sion

En mí opinión no creo ni que los cierren ni que los filtren, he utilizado un poco de todo: emule, edonkey 2000, overnet, shareaza, lphan, morpheus, kazaa... ninguno nunca dío problemas de puertos.

Puede haber errores ortográficos más o menos graves pero no insistas con el "Habierto" , te lo digo de buen rollo :-P

Pd: se me olvidaba, tambien uso router, un 3com 812.

BocaDePez
BocaDePez

gracias por de de abiertos
esque cuando pienso mas rapido que escribo me pasa
insisto en le tema de abierto porque si el overnet y todos programas de p2p te pone firewall bajas bastante mas despacio de lo que te bajaria en el caso de estar abierto
ya no se que hacer

DarkWinD

Yo probe emule, azureis, bitcomet, kazaa, azureus y ninguno me dio problemas, prueba con otro programa que no sea overnet, saludos.