I have the same problem on 2 machines but not sure wth it means?
it says I’ve had lots of blocked intrusions…
Port 2869 refers to Universal Plug And Play.
PC’s and routers use this service to ‘negotiate’ which ports to open up for incoming connections e.g. you use uTorrent UPNP can arrange the router to open the incoming port.
If you don’t need that you can safely disable UPNP service under Windows.
That makes no sense, I don’t have utorrent on either one of those computers ???
I do have one problem (not sure if it would have anything to do with this) I haven’t been able to connect to other computers on our network for awhile, would comodo block that in any way?
Um…hello? any ideas?
Universal Plug and Play is enabled in Windows on your computer regardless whether you have uTorrent, or any other application installed that would use it, that would be using it.
I do have one problem (not sure if it would have anything to do with this) I haven't been able to connect to other computers on our network for awhile, would comodo block that in any way?You probably have set CIS to stealth settings.
You will need to define your local network as a trusted network by using the Stealth Ports Wizard.
First we need to do some groundwork by defining your local network. That is done under Firewall → Network Security Policy–> My Network Zones.
Usually you will find it defined by the automatic detection of new private networks. You will see a network defined with an IP address/mask like 192.168.1.x/255.255.255.0. Select and Edit it and give it a proper name like My Home Network.
In case it is not there we will define it. Choose Add → A New Network Zone → enter the name: My Home Network → Apply.
Now select My Home Network → Add → A New Address → choose An IP Address Mask → fill in your local IP address in the first part (192.168.1.x; with x being a number) and 255.255.255.0 in the second part.
Now open the Stealth Ports Wizard → select “Define a new trusted network - stealth my ports for everyone else” → Next → select “I would like to like to trust from a network zone previously defined” → from the drop down menu below choose My Home Network → Finish.
Now we are done. You can see the newly added rules under Firewall → Network Security Policy → Global Rules.
I tried that but it said it was already set as trusted so I suppose i’ll try un-installing and re-install it
EDIT:Well I re-installed but it started doing it again, so I ended up allowing it since it gave me an alert and so far it’s not doing it anymore.