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unknown messages on my UC560

021609: Apr 16 17:25:34.071: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGP: list 104 denied udp 169.254.1.245(35101) -> 169.254.1.255(5000), 20 packets

021610: Apr 16 17:25:34.071: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGP: list 104 denied udp 169.254.1.220(21302) -> 255.255.255.255(21302), 29 packets

021611: Apr 16 17:25:34.071: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGP: list 104 denied udp 169.254.1.220(54063) -> 169.254.1.255(5000), 20 packets

021612: Apr 16 17:25:34.071: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGP: list 104 denied udp 169.254.1.220(7500) -> 169.254.1.255(7500), 30 packets

021613: Apr 16 17:25:34.071: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGP: list 104 denied udp 169.254.1.48(63118) -> 169.254.1.255(5000), 20 packets

021614: Apr 16 17:25:34.071: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGP: list 104 denied udp 169.254.1.141(58303) -> 169.254.1.255(5000), 20 packets

021615: Apr 16 17:25:34.071: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGP: list 104 denied udp 169.254.1.201(55422) -> 169.254.1.255(5000), 20 packets

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can't figure out why I am getting this. Can someone help me in the right direction troubleshoot it. Thanks.

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Have you ever worked with Cisco routers before ?

You have an access list with loggin enabled, and the system is reporting to you what is happening.

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yes, I understand that. My question is what is the best way to troubleshoot where the request is coming from ? And what debug to use?

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These are coming from other customers of your (likely cable) ISP, to the 'automatic IP' broadcast address.

Likely it's uPnP, in any case they can't damage you in any manner, and there is nothing to worry about.