Comodo on server PC, eMule on client PC with low ID.

I tried making a global rule to forward the ports but its not working. I forwarded 2 specific ports(1 UDP and one TCP) and allowed connections both ways.

You can’t make an application rule over the network can you? I thought of that first but then thought that application rules only apply to the PC that the firewall is installed on.

Ok fine then. I’ll just disable the firewall while I’m using eMule, which is not very often. I thought this had an easy solution that I was just missing but apparently I’ve stumped the resident experts.

How come Utorrent works with no problems? Because it only uses one port?

Can you show a screenshot of your Global Rules?

Please make the port rule for incoming traffic only.

Can you show us your e Mule rule like this:

Source Address:
Destination Address:
Source Port:
Destination Port:

Sorry, I forgot about this.

Global rules screenshot:

Emule Rule 1:
Action: Allow
Protocol: TCP
Direction: In

Source Address: Any
Destination Address: Any
Source Port:44090
Destination Port: 44090

Emule Rule 2:
Action: Allow
Protocol: UDP
Direction: In

Source Address: Any
Destination Address: Any
Source Port: 44094
Destination Port: 44094

Change the source port in both rules to Any. Source ports are almost by definition not the same as the destination port.

Thanks, but I can’t see if it works until the problem in my other thread is fixed. :frowning: