I have a ubuntu box running 14.04 , Over the past couple days I have been having network issues on all my devices. This ubuntu box is wired directly into router. After some common trouble shooting steps I found that when I disconnected my ubuntu box from my router all problems went away... weird right?
In my Router logs this is what is stated when the ubuntu box is plugged in
Oct 23 20:57:25 unknown user.warn kernel: nf_conntrack: table full, dropping packet.
Over and over and over again
I looked up that error and found that basically my router is being flooded with a crap ton of connections but I have no idea why I have not changed anything on my ubuntu box.
I ran a live session of Ubuntu and the problem does not rear its head when in the live session
I then installed Nethog which provided me with this.... I have NO IDEA what this means or what is happening or why its happening. The only web servers I run on my ubuntu box are nzbdrone and sabnzbd. Normally I would just reformat and be done with this but problem is I have a software raid 5 I am running with 10 TB of stuff I dont wanna lose.
( shows no PID just ?'s)
Someone please tell me how I can stop this it is crippling my network