Well try I haven't seen smarthub update for monthszoelechat wrote:I wonder if it couldn't be interesting to block this thing as well: http://vd-emp-prd.s3.amazonaws.com/
Seems to be the only remaining site visited on startup as soon as I block every OTN/ads domains including 3 IPs above (except samsung.com which check available internet connection)
It really looks like versions/update.xml
I know I'm a bit off-topic but still looking to avoid recurrent smarthub updates on E
If you want me to help you please paste FULL log(s) to "spoiler"/"code" bbcodes or provide link(s) to pasted file(s) on http://ctrlv.it/ Otherwise "NO HELP"!!!
If you want root DISABLE internet access to your device!!!!
DO NOT EVER INSTALL FIRMWARE UPGRADE !!!!
Trying... I still often suffer them every few days, will reportsectroyer wrote:Well try I haven't seen smarthub update for months
Don't worry, it's been the first thing I've done as soon as I've discovered this forumBoth But remember to first disable OTN Support
Ok I will try to set these filters on my router. Thank you for your suggestion
So these are the screenshots of my router's configuration page. Of course I know my ip and subnet mask, plus the ip addresses that you indicated me. But what about all the other settings, like protocol, source and destination port and destination subnet mask?
Notice that I have 2 TV?s on the network .. 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206
Allows me to do all the stuff I want from a router and so much more .. I recommend it.
Its speed is also better than most other (if not all) routers I have tested in the N-class.
This means that I can't set the ip filter because the configuration page of my router requests me the exact source/destination ports, and it doesn't accept a range.
I guess I will have to abandon the ip filter idea. Thanks anyway man
What if you leave Port fields empty? (as well as "Destination Subnet Mask", else set this to 0.0.0.0)tendi wrote:This means that I can't set the ip filter because the configuration page of my router requests me the exact source/destination ports, and it doesn't accept a range.
Isn't "port:port" a range? (e.g. 1:65535 or even 1::65535, seeing your router's documentation)
I think only outbound filter on TCP/UDP should be enough
I thought the same thing but in practice it doesn't work: I tried with 1:65535, 1::65535, 1-65535, but they are not accepted. Une single value instead works.Isn't "port:port" a range?
I've discovered that if I don't select the protocol, it seems to consider ALL protocols. At the same time, when no protocol is selected, the textbox of the port is disabled. In the screenshot you can see that in the port columns there is this character "-". What would it mean? Any port or no port at all? Is there any way to test if the filters that I've set are working correctly?