How to create ruls to permit CS server ???

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  1. silentsea

    silentsea Registered Member

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    CS (counter strike game) server use UDP packets to communite ..
    So I create rules to permit ip udp and source address = my pc's ip (or my pc's MAC address ) ,but I can't success .....the packets of server( my pc ) can't send UDP packets out to other PCs.
    After I disable the rule : All other UDP packets ,my CS server is ok ...

    How shall I do o_O

    My LNS's version is 2.06 beta2.

    Please give me some advices ....ok ??


    see you !
     
  2. Climenole

    Climenole Look 'n' Stop Expert

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    Hi silentsea :)


    With the LNS enhanced rules set the TCP packts of all programs are managed by the general rule "Allow most common internet programs"...

    The only rule you have to create is for the UDP packets used by this game.

    Here some hints:

    Create a specific rule to check which ports are used by Counter Strike.

    Protocol: UDP
    packets: in and out

    Right side of the editing window:
    address: From My @IP
    local ports: all (no port specified in the ports field)

    left side of the editing window:
    remote ports: all (no port specified in the ports field)

    Then (very important) add the CS program to this specific rule with the button "applications..." :

    in the windows add the CS program from the right side to the left one.
    Save it.

    Put this new rule just after the general rule "Allow most common internet programs" and add an exclamation mark in the third column of the rule line to have an entry in the log each time the rule is applied by LNS.

    then

    Save and apply.

    Reboot your PC and try to play with CS...

    The entries in the LNS log corresponding to this new rules shows you which port(s) is/are used by CS. This way you'll be able to modify the rule accordingly.

    Hope this help. Let us know.

    :)
     
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