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Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2003 21:52:40 -0300
From: "Thomas Chopitea" <>
To: <>
Subject: Re: Speedtouch 510 DOS

I do have a Speedtoucht 510 ADSL Modem, but had never encountered this
"problem" before.
Maybe it is because technology here is less advances than in other countries
and the modem you tried had a newer software, at an early version.
If it is of any relevance, I have not tried on scanning a big IP range (of
course, using nmap or nessus)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kevin Milne" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2003 5:40 AM
Subject: Speedtouch 510 DOS

> Speedtouch 510 ADSL Modem/FW/Router
> We have been attempting to run NMAP and NESSUS scans using a new ADSL
cable link.  Using the ADSL modem mentioned above, we found that a standard
NMAP/NESSUS scan of an IP range would force the router to reboot itself
after 20 seconds.   Thinking this was faulty hardware we replaced it with
another brand new find the same problem occurred.   Having
talked to Thomson, they simply dismissed it as faulty hardware....but twice?
> Anyone else found this problem, or can they confirm?
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