LnS with 3G Handphone Dialup

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  1. thylacine

    thylacine Registered Member

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    hi guys, i'm wondering why LnS can't detect the extra connection via 3G Handphone?

    Yesterday, I tried to connect to 3G wireless broadband to my ISP/telco via my handphone (3G SIM voice+data)

    Handphone: Nokia 5320 XpressMusic
    OS: Windows 7 RC x86

    It's set as dialup connection.

    I noticed LnS doesn't 'see' this new adapter. How do I firewall this connection?

    p/s: In the Log, i see that it's blocking some specific IPs (i think it's related to the telco).

    thanks!
     
  2. Frederic

    Frederic LnS Developer

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    Hi thylacine,

    In Look 'n' Stop the selected adapter should be the "Wan Miniport...".
    Which kind of IP do you get for this internet connection ?
    With mobile phones it is sometimes 10.x.y.z and you have to remove "10;" from the exclusion list.

    Also if you have installed the Nokia software after Look 'n' Stop, it could happen the Look 'n' Stop driver is not attached to that adapter. You have to look at the Windows connection adapter properties to check that.

    Fortunately, I did exacly this kind of tests with Win7, Look 'n' Stop 2.06p4 and a Nokia 3G connection, and it worked for me.

    Regards,

    Frederic
     
  3. thylacine

    thylacine Registered Member

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    hi frederic,

    yeah, i installed Nokia PC Suite after LnS. It didn't detect this adapter.

    i just bought an external 3G modem (Huawei E220). Will test this at my home pc with LnS.

    'bout the IP, yeah, if i remember correctly, it's 10.x.y.z, and the log keeps shows that it's blocking it. However, the log shows 202.x.y.z.

    i'll need to reconfirm this later at home.

    thanks again for your support! :thumb:
     
  4. thylacine

    thylacine Registered Member

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    hi frederic: an update here....

    connected ip is 10.x.y.z ... but LnS blocked the telco's ip range of 123.x.y.z with port domain=53 (rule: UDP : Auth. communications)

    there are two telco ips that are blocked, so i have to manually Allow these to go thru. Surprisingly, GRC's ShieldsUp! passed
     
  5. Phant0m

    Phant0m Registered Member

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    Hi thylacine,

    I think you need to make a minor modification to the DNS rule temp-range, if using 'Local In', you'll need to change it to 1024-65534.


    Regards,
    Phant0m``
     
  6. Frederic

    Frederic LnS Developer

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    Ok.
    Actually, if you had some activity in the log, and packet counters not blocked at 0 on the "Welcome" tab. It's not an adapter detection issue.

    Frederic
     
  7. thylacine

    thylacine Registered Member

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    hi frederic, yeah that';s what i thought too ...

    it's more related to the rule ... i'll try to follow Phant0m's suggestion later the day ...

    thanks guys!
     
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