From: J Jay (jayjay_at_nevertell.net)
Date: Mon, 08 Dec 2003 00:22:07 GMT
In article <MPG.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> In article <944AE4EC65F7B835A@18.104.22.168>, email@example.com
> > I am using Sygate Pro 5.0 with XP Pro and I have been having getting
> > a lot of trouble connecting to the Net.
> > I notice in the Sygate traffic log that
> > C:\WINDOWS\System32\Drivers\ndisuio
> > issues a UDP but that the UDP reply from the remote end is blocked by
> > Sygate.
> > How do I permit those responses to get through Sygate?
> > Sygate refers to the rule which blocks the incoming UDPs as this:
> > GUI%GUICONFIG#SRULE@APPCONFIG-LOCK#...
> > ....C:\WINDOWS\System32\Drivers\ndisuio
> > [The dots are mine to permit legibility]
> > How do I disable the rule which this is referring to?
> > I can't find it anywhere! :-( Help.
> Hi, Your log is showing that the connection is being blocked
> by an Application Rule. Go to the Applications Window and find
> this application listed. Right click it and then click Allow in
> the popup window. Go back to the application listed and click
> (highlight) it. Click advanced. In the popup window check to
> see if there is a port number problem. There should be either
> no port numbers or if numbers are listed, they should agree
> with the port numbers listed in the traffic log for this
> attempted connection.
Also, look in the Advanced Rules and see if there might be
a UDP rule that is blocking the required ports.