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I dunno what ive missed but for 2 days trial and error this guide didnt work for me.
I don’t have any “pre-defined” rules etc… for my Comodo Internet Security v5.8.2. IU personally don’t want to put them up either - if I can help. Appreciate any education you can give me on the above combo.
When I start uTorrent, first I get an pop-up (PU) giving some number and the words TCP. I OK that and the torrent software starts working. Then in a while later I get a PU with some number and the words UDP. Then a few more come up with UDP in the PUs. If I OK the UDPs, invariably after sometime my laptop keeps intermittently disconnecting from the internet. If I block the UDP entries, then my computer stays connected. (I use a wifi router).
What’s the difference between them and what do they signify? Is my basic procedure correct of declining the UDP entries and accepting TCP entry? Furthermore, having gone through some of the postings, it seems havng pre-defined rules is strongly encouraged; is the firewall not capable of mataining interity of the system/software withoiut such rules…?
Also, if such rules are implemented, must the port be forwarded. Right now, the laptop/uTorrent sort that stuff out temselves automatically. Also, will it affect other PCs connecting to the same wifi router (ie: would their systems need to be configured etc…)
TCP (Transport Control Protocol) and UDP (User Datagram Protocol) are both required for correct operation of utorrent and virtually all p2p applications as they perform different roles.
Furthermore, having gone through some of the postings, it seems havng pre-defined rules is strongly encouraged; is the firewall not capable of mataining interity of the system/software withoiut such rules...?
It’s quite possible for utorrent to operate correctly with virtually no user intervention, however, some people prefer having rules they can work with available in the firewall. In CIS 5.8 a default installation option sets ‘Firewall Behaviour Settings/Do not show popup alerts’ to Allow Requests, basically thus means you’ll receive fewer alerts.
Providing you have the firewall in ‘Safe mode’ with the aforementioned setting enabled, the only configuration change you may need to make, is creating a Global rule to allow inbound connections to your utorrent port, everything else should be done for you.
Also, if such rules are implemented, must the port be forwarded. Right now, the laptop/uTorrent sort that stuff out temselves automatically. Also, will it affect other PCs connecting to the same wifi router (ie: would their systems need to be configured etc...)
Utorrent uses can use UPnP for forward ports in your router but you may have to manually open the port in Globla rules in CIS, it will depend on which security configuration you’re using. As for other PCs, they will only respond if they are configured for utorrent in the same way as our laptop.