I'm the only one on my local network and I'm seeing ICMP traffic (destination unreachable) on my network....Why is this? I don't believe that any ICMP traffic besides redirect traffic is good especially if you are not the one initiating it. For some odd reason, my default gateway is attempting to ping my client as shown in the screenshot.
Can anyone tell me why this is occurring?
asked 01 Oct '14, 20:25
You (or some application on your Windows System) were trying to send TCP packets to 220.127.116.11 and your gateway 18.104.22.168 didn't know how to get there (Host unreachable: The target host should be adjacent but isn't) If you want to find out who is trying to connect, you might use an elevated netstat -o and figure out which application is trying to connect.
answered 01 Oct '14, 22:02
edited 01 Oct '14, 23:01