Work IT for a software company and am running into an issue where our Amazon devices will randomly bring down our network with the amount of traffic they're generating.
Doing a packet capture I'm seeing the following:
192.168.49.1 > 10.X.X.1 > UDP > Source port 60000, Dest port 6XXXX
The data of the packet includes:
46;Ó.ÀDe.1.J...`..E..Z..@.@.Ý.À¨1..d`mê`ñ..FeyHTTP/1.1 200 OK..USN: uuid:e64220d9-7110-bb94-ffff-ffffb19ffe5c::urn:dial-multiscreen-org:service:dial:1..CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=1800..EXT: ..ST:urn:dial-multiscreen-org:service:dial:1..LOCATION: http://10.100.X.X:60000/upnp/dev/e64220d9-7110-bb94-ffff-ffffb19ffe5c/desc..SERVER: Linux/3.0.31 UPnP/1.0 Cling/2.0....
Last outage there was about 2 million of those packets.
Just wondering what I'm looking at? Wi-fi direct traffic from the remotes? The IP 192.168.49.1 isn't part of any of our networks, however the MAC address shows it's from an Amazon device.