Before you start screeming bloody murder, yes, I read all the posts about configuring network monitor for emule.
I installed comodo 126.96.36.199 yesterday, all went well, looks great so far.
Just that small nag about the low id with emule
I tried the settings for network monitoring as explained on this board. I even shut down the firewall and no effect.
Just for the test I completly removed it again and all was well again
I installed again, off course.
There is some setting I’m missing I guess, any help is welcome.
When you shutdown CPF, it does not block anything. i.e. it allows all the traffic. If uninstallation solves, I think this may mean CPF is conflicting with another packet filtering software installed on your PC. What other security software do you have?
Then depending upon the position of this rule within your rule list, you may as well not have a firewall - as you have set them up - this rule allows all TCP/UDP traffic on all ports from all IPs. Emule has specific ports for RX and tX and these are the only ports that need to be opened. Skipping the parent check isn’t recommended as well, as ANYTHING could be firing up an application to do whatever it wants.
Bullhorn is right, no matter what I do, I get a low id on emule. ???
My network rules are:
0: allow IP out from IP Any to IP Any where IPPROTO is Any
1: allow TCP In or Out from IP Any to IP Any where source port is 10105 and remote port is Any
2: allow UDP In or Out from IP Any to IP Any where source port is 17534 and remote port is Any
3: block&log Ip In from IP Any to IP Any where IPPROTO is Any
10105 and 17534 are the ports I set in emule and my router, they allways worked before.
I tried it with the default ports from emule to, but no go
In the log I see port 10105 acces denied, why?? when I set it to allow??
I even removed my Avast anti-virus and installed Comodo’s anti-virus, but no that wasn’t it.
Before I had Sygate, I did remove before installing Comodo, but could there be something left that keeps blocking things?
Just set the last rule in the network monitor to Allow and all is well.
But this sounds to me like a mistake, right?