Re: Blockin msn?

hi, this is my firt reply, Regards to all.

When we say that the port is random, is the port of client, the client
out to a port random and it (client app) conect to a specific port in
the server. You should DROP the packets to msn port on FORWARD, because
your firewall gets INPUT on port random.


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