If it’s not being logged than it probably because by default Comodo blocks all incoming connections unless specified not to do so. Do you have the following options enabled? If so try disabling them and see if it works.
“Do protocol Analysis”
“Enable anti-ARP spoofing”
Also try creating an Allow TCP “In” rule for the port you want to allow incoming connections.
To do this go to Tasks> Firewall Tasks > Advanced Settings > Global Rules
Add a new rule as such
Action : Allow
Protocol : TCP
Direction : IN
Description : Open port for Webserver
Source Address : (Local Address of server)
Destination Address : Any Address
Source port : A Single Port: (Port you specified)
Destination port : A Single Port: (Port you specified)
Hope this helps
Also make sure the “Allow” Global rule is above the block ones
See image for example
Set CIS to “Alert incoming connections” in the Stealth Ports wizard.
Here are the alert settings in a better detail:
I also recommend you set the firewall alert level to medium or high (Temporarily as this will result in more firewall alerts) so that Comodo will alert you when the connection is being made from the webserver to your computer so that you can choose whether to allow or block.
i have some news, at least i think, first i add some of my logs where the aplication that appears is “Windows Operating System”, second i make an aplication rule that allow all apps as “allow apps”, so there is a rule that can resolve this and is an aplication rule and not a port rule
edit: i creat an aplication rule for “Windows Operating System”
source port and ip any
Destionation my mac and port 1818 and it work finally ;D
Now while i was creating this rule i accidentally delete one for “windows system aplication” that was generate by comodo automatically, so if anyone know how it goes please tell me