That a old question, and i don't think you will get a god answer.
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And the lack of answer.
I see the same, and my computer is behind two different routers, doing NAT-translations, none of the connections is in the routers logs.
That's an old answer too. Basically, in a nutshell, that is simply a log of what your Firewall has blocked. There is no need for any action on your part.
Most people will see those depending on how they connect to the Internet. They don't represent threats necessarily.
Mmm. Normal yes, but you miss my point.
My stationery computer is behind two routers in a chain, that mens two nats being done.
I dont see the connection Mcafee says it has blocked in my routers logs.
And the connection it reports as blocked is incoming.
I don't really get the pieces together, if McAfee is right, i have a serious problem with my two routers, else McAfee lies to the customers..
It seems that i have to put in a wireshark in between as a bridge.
You'd have to ask an expert (Support), which I am not. I'll see if I can have one answer your question here.
selvan can you answer the question why the software detects strange network IP's behind 2 routers which I assume both have at least WPA-2 encrypted firewalls?
I would assume it looks for the Internet access point regardless of the other router and reports on "attacks" coming into that.