I'm demoing LNS and trying to set up my new Squeezebox and Squeezeserver. From Logitech, the following needs to be allowed: Name: SqueezeCenter Discovery – Port number: 3483 – Protocol: UDP Name: SqueezeCenter Control – Port number: 3483 – Protocol: TCP Name: SqueezeCenter Web – Port Number: 9000 – Protocol: TCP I have made two rules for the above ports, incoming and outgoing, and allowed IP addresses in my local LAN's range of 192.168.1.100 to 192.168.1.125, and placed them at the top of my ruleset. The first rule allows TCP, port 9000 and is at the top. The second rule allows UDP or TCP port 3483 and is below the first. The PC (Squeezeserver) IP address is 192.168.1.101 and the Squeezebox is at 192.168.1.109, both are within the IP range I have allowed. My log shows that the rule for blocking "Any other UDP packets" is blocking broadcasts from my server PC to the Squeezebox located at 192.168.1.109, UDP 3483. I don't understand this since I have a rule before it that specifically permits UDP to and from this port. My log also shows that the "Any other TCP packet" rule is blocking attempts from the Squeezebox (184.108.40.206) destined to port 9000. I also don't understand this since I have specifically allowed this port. I have saved and applied all rules. I'll provide any more information as requested. Thanks in advance for the help!