LOTRO (Lord Of The Rings Online) firewall config

Discussion in 'LnS English Forum' started by razoon, Mar 2, 2007.

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  1. razoon
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    razoon Registered Member

    I cant play the game when the firewall is up. When I put it down I can play.

    Following need to be open:
    TCP: 80, 8081, 5015, 9000, 2900, 2916
    UDP: 2900-2909, 5015, 9001-9012

    I did it like that but then still I cant play.

    I have it in/outbound.
    Left side Source/Dest is the specific port.
    Right side is all/all

    Is that ok?
  2. Climenole
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    Climenole Look 'n' Stop Expert

    Hi razoon :)

    With the LNS enhanced rule set the TCP ports are already checked by the general rule allowing the most common internet applications...

    The UDP ports 2900-2909, 5015, 9001-9012 must be checked by specific rules for this application... Somethings like:

    R 1
    Protocol: UDP
    Packets: in and out
    address: My @IP
    local port: 1024 to 5000
    remote ports: between 2900 to 2909
    applications...: Lord Of The Rings Online

    R 2
    Protocol: UDP
    Packets: in and out
    address: My @IP
    local port: 1024 to 5000
    remote port: 5015
    applications...: Lord Of The Rings Online

    R 3
    Protocol: UDP
    Packets: in and out
    address: My @IP
    local port: 1024 to 5000
    remote ports: between 9001 to 9012
    applications...: Lord Of The Rings Online

    It's important to add the application in the UDP's rules
    (In the Rule's editing windows, "applications..." button, add the program in the left side list).

    These UDP ports have to be open only by the application "Lord Of The Rings Online" ...

    Place these specific rules just after the general rule "allow most common internet applications".

    Hope this help. Let us know.

    :)
  3. razoon
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    razoon Registered Member

    Thanks...these rules work. Only .... LNS is on a gateway (192.168.0.1) (ICS I think you call it)

    So I gues I cant put the app. name in it. Cus I play LOTR on a pc (192.168.02) behind the gateway.
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