Dst. ports 33438, 33437 (64.95.255.255) [data393]

The following is some dialogue that I posted to the
DShield.org list last night, trying to figure out
why I was seeing these odd traceroute probes in my firewall
logs at home.

I post it here for two reasons:

[1] Does anyone have any experience with InterNAP's FCP-500
product? I was looking for some additional technical info beyond
what is on their web site. Contact me off-list, of course.

And,

[2] Just thought some of you might be interested. :slight_smile:

- ferg

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Fergie (Paul Ferguson) wrote:

The following is some dialogue that I posted to the
DShield.org list last night, trying to figure out
why I was seeing these odd traceroute probes in my firewall
logs at home.

I post it here for two reasons:

[1] Does anyone have any experience with InterNAP's FCP-500
product? I was looking for some additional technical info beyond
what is on their web site. Contact me off-list, of course.

And,

[2] Just thought some of you might be interested. :slight_smile:

That is the product/technology they got from their acquisition of netVmg,
one of the companies in the so-called "route optimization" space (see also
Routescience, Proficient Networks, Sockeye Networks).

Cisco also has a similar feature/functionality called Optimized Exit
Routing (OER).

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That is the product/technology they got from their acquisition of netVmg,
one of the companies in the so-called "route optimization" space (see also
Routescience, Proficient Networks, Sockeye Networks).

Sockeye was also acquired by Internap. And then later, RouteScience was picked up by Avaya.

I eval'd all except for netVmg and went with RouteScience.