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    Default Amule and opensuse's firewall

    I opened the ports in the router. But I can't seem to open them in the firewall

    I don't know what to put for

    Source Network (I left this blank)

    for destination port I put

    4662 TCP Protocol
    4665 UDP Protocol
    4672 Extended UDP Port

    Source port

    No, idea what to put here?


    Mark

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    Default Re: Amule and opensuse's firewall

    Quicken2k wrote:

    >
    > I opened the ports in the router. But I can't seem to open them in the
    > firewall
    >
    > I don't know what to put for
    >
    > Source Network (I left this blank)
    >
    > for destination port I put
    >
    > 4662 TCP Protocol
    > 4665 UDP Protocol
    > 4672 Extended UDP Port
    >
    > Source port
    >
    > No, idea what to put here?
    >
    >
    > Mark
    >
    >

    Mark;

    I'm not an Amule user. According to Wikipedia (see:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AMule). Amule uses these ports:

    TCP
    4661 outgoing
    4662 both incoming and outgoing
    4711 Listen
    4712 Internal communications
    UPD
    4665 both incoming and outgoing
    4672 both incoming and outgoing

    You can open the ports with:
    YaST > Security and Users > Firewall > Allowed Services > Advanced.

    Here you can open the incoming ports, outgoing ports are not blocked. For
    testing purposes only you can disable the Firewall to check that other
    settings are good. Just enable when you are done testing.

    --
    P.V.
    "We're all in this together, I'm pulling for you" Red Green

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