F/W settings for nod32EE (v2.70.39)

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Cosmo32, Nov 26, 2007.

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  1. Cosmo32

    Cosmo32 Guest

    Good Morning all,
    I have migrated from a dial-up connection to a broadband connection. So far my nod32EE is working as sold and is now almost totally invisible, fast, light, and amazingly impossible for me to fathom!

    Are there some suggested settings I should do to the SPI FW in my router (d-link dgl-4300)?

    I have scanned the FAQs, but I get lost easily in the details.:oops:
    I would like to make certain that nod32EE has full and unrestricted access to the internet whenever it chooses to "phone home?" o_O

    It does work OK for now, but I would like to make sure nod32EE has complete freedom for its' business. The previous 9 months have been superb. Not a single "red" warning, and, all local scans are clean. Great programming ESET!:D Really good stuff.:cool:
    Best,
    Duncan
     
  2. Cosmo32

    Cosmo32 Guest

    bump
    Perhaps I placed this post into the wrong forum thread series. Perhaps I really need to post in the 'other firewalls' forum(?)
    The "F/W" in the title meant FireWall, not firmware. What I am trying to figure out is are there any nod32 unique settings (ports) I need to be aware of so that nod32 has free, full, non-restricted access through my router's firewall to ESET proper?
    Maybe not a big issue because it all seems to work just fine so far. Just wondering. Thank you for any suggestions.
     
  3. WSFuser

    WSFuser Registered Member

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    Its fine. Your router is already set to allow certain ports (like HTTP).
     
  4. Cosmo32

    Cosmo32 Guest

    Thank you WSUser.

    That is true. And, if HTTP is that only port I need for local to call home, I suppose my question is/was really a non-question after all.
    If that is the only port/pinhole I need to worry about, I am covered ATM. :D
    Really sorry for the noise. Just checking. I am still in /learn/ mode.
    I read that there might be bigger fish to fry......later.......

    Bubba, you can close this thread if necessary..........
     
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