This is my first post on this forum I've been tinkering around with honey pots and set one up on my home network. A tutorial I was following mentioned about putting it in the DMZ. So I did. When I was at work I conducted a nmap scan of my home router. SO MANY OPEN PORTS! Of course setting up a DMZ this is to be expected. HH being HH only the honeypot is in it but I'm a little worried that even though I have only put the honey pot in the DMZ, are all the opened ports open to the rest of my network? As I understad it I am wrong but I am concerned just want to double check! Also when I turned of the DMZ and did another scan I found port 4567 to be open. I quick search flagged up a few results. Many people seem to say ignore it but others have said its possible for to be a back door. If I type in my public ip:4567 I get faced with a login page! I have heard that BT install a backdoor on their routers for the NSA and GCHQ normally I'd fob such things off but would be interested to know what is going on with that open port!