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Could somebody explain WR11 log record

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My WR11 log has a lot records like

GP socket connected: wr11_ip:4000 -> some_ip:62829
GP socket connected: wr11_ip:4001 -> some_ip:xx
GP socket connected: wr11_ip:4002 -> some_ip:xx

What is it?

from log file:
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19:22:44, 30 Oct 2016,GP socket connected: x.x.x.x:4000 -> 46.161.40.180:62829
19:22:42, 30 Oct 2016,GP socket connected: xxx.xxx.xxx.x:4000 -> 46.161.40.180:61947
09:48:56, 30 Oct 2016,Certificate Code Error
Lib: SSL routines
Func: SSL3_GET_CLIENT_HELLO
Reason: no shared cipher
09:47:02, 30 Oct 2016,Certificate Code Error
Lib: SSL routines
Func: SSL23_GET_CLIENT_HELLO
Reason: unknown protocol
08:50:55, 30 Oct 2016,Time set/changed OK
08:50:58, 30 Oct 2016,SNTP Client,Time Set Request
08:50:35, 30 Oct 2016,Eventlog Counters Reset
07:31:14, 30 Oct 2016,Certificate Code Error
Lib: SSL routines
Func: SSL3_GET_CLIENT_HELLO
Reason: no shared cipher
16:08:09, 29 Oct 2016,GP socket connected: xxx.xxx.xxx.x:4000 -> 108.166.172.234:52264
08:50:58, 29 Oct 2016,Time set/changed OK
....

Thanks
asked Nov 29, 2016 in Digi Connect Cellular by YuriyKl New to the Community (1 point)

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1 Answer

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Are you actually "using" or trying to use ports 4000, 4001, and 4002 of your TransPort? These ports allow connectivity to the TransPort's serial ports (and any attached serial devices). If you are not actually using them, then you can disable them, if this is a concern.
answered Dec 15, 2016 by jeremym Veteran of the Digi Community (1,687 points)
I'm not using the ports
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