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Naray Information & Communication Enterprise; why is this on the Comcast router?

At the end of the available IP address range appears what seems to be a mail server manufactured by “Naray Information & Communication Enterprise”. This would seem to be quite a security risk. Why is it there?

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Re: Naray Information & Communication Enterprise; why is this on the Comcast router?

Hi and welcome bikeron! It looks like this question has been answered in https://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Your-Home-Network/unknown-node-on-my-LAN/m-p​​​​​​​/2407079. Please reach out again if you have any further questions or concerns!

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Re: Naray Information & Communication Enterprise; why is this on the Comcast router?

"Page not found" when I click on your link. Searching on the pharse "Naray Information & Communication Enterprise" also yields nothing found.

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Re: Naray Information & Communication Enterprise; why is this on the Comcast router?

My apologies, that's odd. The link should have pointed to this answer: "10.0.0.254 = inside ip of comcast ASA firewall". Basically it's the internal firewall.

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Re: Naray Information & Communication Enterprise; why is this on the Comcast router?

Thanks!

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