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Kudos0

Teredo Tunneling Pseudo Interface

My Security History is filled with firewall and the IP address entries such as:.

  • The IP address has disappeared from adapter\ Teredo Tunneling Pseudo Interface
  • The IP address has disappeared from adapter\ Microsoft Wi-Fi Direct Virtual Adapter 
  • The IP address has disappeared from adapter\ Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller 
  •  he IP address has disappeared from adapter\ Microsoft Hosted Network Virtual Adapter
  • Protecting your connection to a newly detected network on adapter\Teredo Tunneling Pseudo Interface 
  • Protecting your connection to a newly detected network on adapter\ Intel(R) Centrino(R) Wireless-N.....

I had a view session with Apple support during this time and for an hour more.  There are no entries like this for 1/2 of the session.  Are these items related to the support session or are they related to something else?

Should I be concerned about these entries?   I have been using Windows 10 for about 6 months.

Your responses will be appreciated.

C Louise

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Kudos1 Stats

Re: Teredo Tunneling Pseudo Interface

Now that you have drawn my attention to these items in History - I had a look at mine and my History also has similar entries.  I  then looked down at my Norton Icon by the system clock and saw the Green checkmark and knowing everything was OK  went on with my business.

I honestly believe too many users pay too much attention to the History, rather than just making sure the Icon is green check marked.

Just my 2¢.

Kudos2 Stats

Re: Teredo Tunneling Pseudo Interface

These are just your computer's network adapters, which the Norton Firewall logs every time they connect ("Protecting your connection to a newly detected network") or go offline ("The IP address has disappeared").  All normal.

Kudos0

Re: Teredo Tunneling Pseudo Interface

I was also getting these logged a couple of months ago. Computer to router is by Ethernet - removed cable from both ends, reinstalled and made sure well in - problem disappeared - more than co-incidental ?

Kudos0

Re: Teredo Tunneling Pseudo Interface

mgirons:

...removed cable from both ends, reinstalled and made sure well in - problem disappeared...

What problem?  These are just Norton firewall logs indicating that Norton is monitoring the Microsoft Teredo Tunneling adapter, which all modern Windows operating systems have in order to handle IPv6.  That's what the firewall is supposed to do.

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