Re: OUTBOUND FILTERING AND BIT TORRENT bitlord
- From: navti <navtis@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 16 May 2007 08:10:39 -0700
On 16 May, 14:55, "Sebastian G." <s...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
wow. thanks. I dont have a stateful firewall. I have a SOHO firewall.
A Netgear DG834G to be precise,
What's that supposed to mean? Almost any SOHO firewall should do stateful
filtering, and a Netgear DG834G clearly should.
It allows basic packet filtering rules only.
This just means that you can't refer to the TCP states in your ruleset. A
bit limiting, but not relevant for your case.
So I have to open up outbound traffic to certain TCP ports.
Ehm... yes. I wonder why you even limited outbound connections.
inbound traffic is not an issue as BitLord will work quite happily
with outbound connections only,
Doubtful. But again, this is a case of RTFM.
inbound connections are not reqquired,
it works with outbound connections only.
if i open up TCP ports 6000-7000 i can connect to some peers.
if i open up TCP ports 1000-65000 i can connect to most peers
if i open up ALL TCP ports I can connect to ALL peers
therefore with my firewall (which doesnt allow me to filter by
application ) i surely must allow ALL OUTBOUND TCP traffic for BitLord
to work fully.