Starting at 1:00 AM & ending at 2:30 AM my internet was out & from all appearances I assumed that it probably had something to do with the storm we just had that had probably made it's way to my ISP's tower. Out of curiosity even though my modem's "ready" light was still blinking I decided to go ahead & my router back on. Upon logging in I kept getting the following log every few seconds, constantly. [Internet connected] IP address: 192.168.100.10 <----This isn't my normal IP that I connect to. Naturally the 1st move I should make would be to contact my ISP to verify if they were experiencing problems at that time due to the storm. Unfortunately they don't open until 8:00 AM, so in the mean time so I figured there's no harm in asking some of your opinions in the mean time. My computer itself during this time had "no network access", even though my router kept saying it was connected to the IP above. Also every few seconds my modem's "receive" light would flash a few times as if I were receiving a signal. Is it at all possible someone was DoS attacking me & somehow hiding it behind the "Internet connected" message? *IMPORTANT EDIT BELOW: Upon just now checking my ZA Free Firewall event logs there was the following one... http://fwalerts.zonealarm.com/fwana...1/42dd29501391c05829100cf6&tab=overview&CL=en *Notice that the Destination IP is: 255.255.255 Could this be related to my question above? Is it I should be worried about or is the IP 255.255.255 for my internet connection itself?