I have a MI424WR (Rev. I) router. A short time back, I logged in for the first time. I have never had any particular interest in the router information and no problems. Plus, finding reliable instructions concerning the login name and password was a daunting task.
Anyway, I looked at various information, mainly out of curiosity. In the "security log" section under "firewall settings", I found the following "configuration change" message:
WBM user Unknown (0.0.0.0) has changed security settings[repeated 31 times, last time on Aug 3 11:53:48 2013]
The message seemed strange to me. Is this message normal or something I should be concerned about?
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Did you make any configuration changes to the router through the admin GUI?
I too have the Rev I, and I do not have any entries like yours. I do see a few failed logins (which was me not typing accurately). If you look at the settings for security log are any settings checked on (I do not have any checked)
Thanks for the help; the general consensus appears to be that WBM means web based management, and 0.0.0.0 means the request did not come from outside my home. I was making a number of changes at the time. I was converting a number of TiVo devices form wireless G adapters to MOCA adapters. The MOCA adapters for TiVo devices are cheaper than the wireless N adapters.
I also note that the security log notes that the MI424WR (Rev. I) router was activated in 2007; I didn't get the router until January 2012 and it appears new.