LnS Log

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  1. anderb

    anderb Registered Member

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    hello friends I connect through a D-Link 500G in router mode,and I´d like to configure LnS with a router,cause on the post that explains this I thought very confusing Can someone help me how to do it?
    In the log shows UDP ports etc.
    Thanks:)
     
  2. Climenole

    Climenole Look 'n' Stop Expert

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    Hi anderb :)

    1- This is a reference web site for this router:
    http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Dlink/DSL-500G/default.htm


    2- For your router you'll have to set rules for the DHCP.
    You may use the generic DHCP rule provioded by the "Enhanced Rule Set" of LNS
    or use somethings more "sophisticated"...

    Rule # 1

    Protocol UDP
    left part of the rule editing windows:
    IP address: correspond to the IP local address of your PC
    such as "192.168.0.2" for example...
    (You get this address with the command ipconfig /all.
    Like this:
    start | run | cmd /k then (in the window): ipconfig /all )
    Port 68


    Right part of the rule editing windows:
    IP address: correspond to the DHCP server address
    (You get this address with the command ipconfig /all.
    Like this:
    start | run | cmd /k then (in the window): ipconfig /all )
    Port 67

    Rule # 2

    Protocol UDP
    left part of the rule editing windows:
    IP address of the DHCP server
    Port 67

    Right part of the rule editing windows:
    IP address: 255.255.255.255
    (This is the standard Broadcast address)
    Port 68

    Save these rules and reboot your PC.

    Also: in the internet filtering tab put an exclamation mark to each rules in the list in order to keep tracks of all applied rules in the log.

    I included a sample of these rules here.
    Remove the ".txt" extension, then import these rules in your internet filtering tab, place them after the DNS rule, change the adresses to the one corresponding to your router and finally save your modification and reboot thre PC.


    You may check the log to see if there is any blocking and upload a sample of this log here.
    The log is located there:
    C:\Program Files\Soft4Ever\looknstop\logs

    Make a copy of this log, add the extension ".txt" to the file and use the upload feature of this forum with your next message...


    Hope this help. Let us know.

    :)
     

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  3. anderb

    anderb Registered Member

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    Dear friend I opened all the ports and I passed at all firewall tests!!!shields up,pc flank the only one I failed was pcflank leak test.
    Do you think I´m right?
     
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2007
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