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are these real device or dummy modem device?

asked 2023-07-06 23:21:47 +0000

updated 2023-07-07 08:31:46 +0000

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Hello, I'm completely new to this and I'm trying to find identifiable evidence of hacker on my network.

148 1.922009    192.168.0.254   255.255.255.255 TiVoConnect 220 ✓   Discovery Beacon ReadyDLNA:C6300v2 (uuid:4d696e69-444c-164e-9d41-554e4b4e4f57)

Does this show a TV connection to my modem?

10149   182.836542  cdns01.comcast.net  192.168.0.20    DNS 234 ✓   Standard query response 0x282c HTTPS community.netgear.com CNAME ejquo23388.lithium.com CNAME d19l3c49zl822p.cloudfront.net SOA ns-93.awsdns-11.com

Does this show a user name log in for community.netgear.com?

Thanks for the help, any advice or resource would be appreciated.

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answered 2023-07-07 19:38:01 +0000

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Does this show a TV connection to my modem?

No, this is a broadcast message (on the network, not tv). Like saying "I am here".

Does this show a user name log in for community.netgear.com?

CNAME means "canonical name". So community.netgear.com is an alias, of a host name or server name, and to get the IP-address this name needs to be resolved. This is used as a load balancing mechanism.

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