1. Thank you for comprehensive answers.
It's clear that it's not coming out of the printer.
It's clear your laptop is not in the picture.
It's clear it's really Wi-Fi since you looked in that part of the router (my router is similar)
2. I have NO IDEA
what's going on or how to help at this point. I just wanted to get few things clarified so as this is visited by experts (let's hope), they'll see what happened perhaps more clearly.
3. Perish the thought - router got hacked. It happens. What if you do a factory reload and start over with your MAC lists and all that setup from scratch while disconnected from the wall. I know it's a bit of a pain. But if you do so, change your LAN IP to something non-standard. By standard I mean 192.168.1.1, the usual common thing.
4. Do you have one router? two? A DSL or cable modem between you and the web? What is your DHCP server - the Netgear router or some other box?
5. Crazy idea, but perhaps you could ignore the whole thing. The router is blocking it. Though it would bother me to no end
Don't forget that MAC address reservation is not a filter, it's just a very handy thing to know who is who.
It's not clear why just this MAC address. If you (we) had a better router logs it might tell more
WLAN does imply from the WAN side of the router which is why I asked what might be before it. Might that MAC match your DSL or CBL box? If it does - that other box might be sending logs to you which then are properly blocked by Netgear (though I have never seen this type of a message here, so it's unlikely, but I'm just throwing all possiblities at you).
One other thing - access here blocked. That's on the laptop, right? Take a look at the HOSTS file and see if bleepingcomputer is there. Hosts file, at least on XP, is in Windows\system32\drivers\etc. Read with Notepad. If the HOSTS file is corrupted, that would indicate your laptop has issues and needs even more EXPERT help than your WAN block.Edited:
Correction - WLAN does not imply out of network. It is Wireless section of LAN. Sorry.
Edited by tos226, 05 November 2011 - 08:47 PM.