Wireshark – Network Engineer

The first packet is recognized as a NetBIOS over TCP (NBT) packet. Because tcpdump can interpret some of the information about the packet, it tells you that “somehost” was performing a NetBIOS broadcast query, probably trying to look up a hostname for an IP address on the network. networking - KVM Windows Guest Vlan Tagging - Server Fault Another odd thing is that if I ping from the windows machine to the linux machine, the first timeout given is from the local IP and the other 3 timeouts are given from the external address (default GW). So it looks like windows can't handle the interface for package other then UDP. windows - NTP can't synchronise - Server Fault

NVD - CVE-2020-14303

NetBIOS - Cisco Community In NBT, the name service operates on UDP port 137 (TCP port 137 can also be used, but it is rarely if ever used). The name service primitives offered by NetBIOS are: Add Name - registers a NetBIOS name Add Group Name - registers a NetBIOS "group" name

That is interesting, I did the same on my Linux desktop. I created new Fx profile, turned off all autoupdates, malware blocking, turned off speed-dial and no addons were present, so Firefox should not make any connections on startup.

networking - Neutron Router is not replying arp requests Neutron Router can ping the instance but Instance can not ping the router or external network. The instance is on provider network via DHCP outside nova. Following is the ping from router to insta NVD - CVE-2020-14303 A flaw was found in the AD DC NBT server in all Samba versions before 4.10.17, before 4.11.11 and before 4.12.4. A samba user could send an empty UDP packet to cause the samba server to crash. View Analysis Description