But I can't guess much from your post. The inbound from 192.168.0.1 would be your router so that is almost legit but I'd block it since some VPNs give you an external IP that gets probed so you can block attempts to connect.
This question really should be put to your VPN's maker but if it's working, just block it.
Hi all, excuse me if the questions is repeated, But I really searched a lot, and all I found was so complicated for a normal user to understand. I am using comodo firewall, and I always got a warning for that svchost.exe will have inbound connection from ip 192.168.0.1 "which is my router as far as I know", on several ports 50419, 51078, 64391, etc. So, I am concerned about this cause I am using a VPN, if I denied this inbound connection, what is the harm? Could my VPN get affected? If I allowed it, what is the benefit? and why is this inbound connection established at the first place? Thanks