-. Using Puty to forward a tunneling connection (Socks 5) from gateway (Router-CPU) to LAN
-. ICS works like a charm
-. CPF: On = Client can’t resolve (Can’t browse, etc…)
-. CPF: Off = Client can resolve
Any rules I need to add?
…since I can’t find any “SOCKS” port definition on CPF…
I change the Application’s rules to :
-. Allow all activities…
-. Allow invicible…
-. Skip advanced…
And somehow it works…quite…S…L…O…W…
The Google’s front page completed to load after a minute or so.
In normal condition, I can get a complete Gamespot site at 10 to 20 seconds.
*. Somehow, only IE can resolve the connection.
*. Firefox/Opera = Still No Luck!
I just disbale the “Secure the host…”, and reboot the computer, and it works like a charm.
I wonder, if there’ll be any option regarding this “Socks” type connection? Or do I have to “Allow all activities…” for this kinda connection all the time?
It seems that almost every problem I read on this forum contains a “program vs connection” will resolve to this “Allow all activities…” thing. Isn’t there any solutions to this?
Can you guys consider to put some “on-mouse-over” balloon kinda thing? So when I mouse-over any options like “Secure the host…” it’ll pop some nice explanation to what is that option gonna do to our system. Because… I fail to understand what is “Skip advanced check…” stand for?? …what does it check? …and what horror might loose if I uncheck it?
*. Linux, FreeBSD, etc… they’re good. But INTIMIDATING! …you don’t wanna end up like one.
*. I still have the “Secure against trojan…” & “Monitor DNS…” checked.
*. I guess CPF blocks the redirection progress in regards, that “dynamic-tunneling” sometimes can be consider as spoofing the real connection. …I think you knows better, than I do.