Comodo blocking virtual router

I’m trying to use this application Virtual Router Manager so I have better signal for my phone. When I turn comodo firewall off it works fine but when I turn it on it blocks it and I don’t have internet even though I’m connected. So how do you allow internet connection sharing in comodo?

I have the same problem, and it seems these too:;msg782384#msg782384;msg768468#msg768468;msg769169#msg769169
Is there still no solution?

My setup in particular is a PC with internet over LAN on which I run Windows 7 with Virtual Router in order to connect my notebook running Debian wheezy over my PC to the internet.
The funny thing is: ping or even ping or nslookup are all working. I even can ssh into PCs over the internet or to my own PC/Router!
The only thing which is not working is e.g. lynx or browsing in general. Lynx hangs at “Making HTTP connection to”. As soon as I disable Comodo Firewall running on my PC/Router lynx still hanging on my notebook suddenly works and displays

I really don’t know why anything gets blocked, I can’t find any blocking message in the Comodo-log and I even deleted all global blocking rules and allowed VirtualRouter completely. It’s still not working.

When trying to ftp into an external server Comodo asks me about blocking windows/system32/alg.exe. I allow it and then even ftp works. Only http seems to not work.

I also have Windows 7 on another partition of my notebook. When booting into that and then connecting automatically to the WLAN-Network which Virtual Router provides everything works.

wget also doesn’t work:

Resolving (, ...
Connecting to (||:80...failed Connection timed out

Connecting to ftp instead works, but really establishing a connection again doesn’t:

--2015-02-13 04:29:19--
           => `README.html'
Resolving (,
Connecting to (||:21... connected.
Logging in as anonymous ... Logged in!
==> SYST ... done.    ==> PWD ... done.
==> TYPE I ... done.  ==> CWD (1) /debian ... done.
==> SIZE README.html ... 2882
==> PASV ... couldn't connect to port 29625: Connection timed

Both wget commands above work if issued directly on my PC/Router.

Edit: Forget those remarks of the Windows partition not having that problem. It also appears from time to time, though it seems that some bytes get through given enough time.