Hope this is the right forum for this question. I just changed internet provider and now I am getting this weird event. When using Google Chrome, every 30 seconds or so my Firewall pops up a warning that Google Chrome is requesting an inbound connection from remote address 192.168.77.1 UDP:62698 (for example). It doesn't matter whether I click Block or Allow, about 30 seconds later the message pops up again, same IP address but different UDP address. I don't have any equipment at 192.168.77.1. If I ping -a that IP address it says it belongs to 184.108.40.206.suddenlink.net (Suddenlink is my new ISP). If I turn my new router off, and turn on and connect to router from my old ISP (we still have service until the end of the month), I no longer get the warnings when using Chrome. I created a new firewall rule for chrome blocking all UNB inbound access. This stops the warnings popping up and chrome still seems to work fine, but I'm curious as to what's going on here.
Anyone have any ideas?