Block/Allow Several Ports

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  1. SpAwN

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    Hi! I want to allow StrongDC++ to connect to TCP port 13297 and UDP port 4642. So i've created a rule, selected the app, and in the TCP/UDP port boxes i've put the two ports (TCP port in the first box and the UDP port in the 2'nd box), but after i close the box and reopen it, the UDP port dissapears.

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    One more thing... i want to block a certain IP to access 3 ports. Do i need to create 3 rules to do this o_O I've tried to write them like this: 5001, 2201, 2024 (like in Zone Alarm) but again, the ports dissapear after i close the rule editing window.
     
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    Noone can answer my question ? :(
     
  4. Frederic

    Frederic LnS Developer

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    Hi,

    If you want to specify 2 ports, you have to use "Equals or".

    However, if you have to allow one port for TCP and a different port UDP, you need anyway to create 2 different rules.

    If you specify "TCP or UDP" and then 2 ports, this means you will allow:
    - TCP port1
    - TCP port2
    - UDP port1
    - UDP port2

    My understanding is you want only to allow:
    - TCP port1
    - UDP port2
    => you 2 rules for that.

    Frederic
     
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