Re: hi, am having trouble

From: Alastair Smeaton (
Date: 09/07/03

Date: Sun, 07 Sep 2003 18:50:16 +0100

On 7 Sep 2003 10:27:07 -0700, (DevilDog) wrote:

>"ClareOldie" <> wrote in message news:<OiD6b.30709$>...
>> DevilDog wrote:
>> > when i run any port scan, it says that ports 135, 137, 138 and 139 are
>> > open, what's going on? How can I block 'em with my firewall, Sygate
>> > Personal Firewall Pro wile still allowing other hosts to connect to my
>> > machine? I am not usin file sharing and am not on a lan, tried this
>> > with ZA and ZA Pro, same thing. This is after a quick restore of my
>> > hard drive, tia for any help I do get
>> TryTools/Advanced Rules and write your rules for whatever ports you wish to
>> block
>Did that, can't surf the web if I block those ports

very strange - I use sygate pro too, have ports 137-139 blocked, and
can surf no problem.

sure you have sygate running as "normal", rather than block all.

more info will help

Alastair Smeaton

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