I’m currently trying to setup my router+firewall so that I may host games on warcraft 3. I have setup my static IP etc etc and the router section is fine. However, the firewall continues to block it. I know it is the firewall because when I disable it, I can host, or if I remove the rule thats blocking it (the default one) it also works.
So, naturally I went about creating a new rule, TCP/UDP In/Out, allowing any source IP to any destination, as long as the source and destination ports were 6113. I then moved this rule ABOVE the default blocking rule. However, it will still not let people connecting via port 6113 connect to me as it is violating that other rule. See screenies.
Considering this, I thought perhaps I should try making a protocol IP rule, because its the IP rule thats blocking it, so I could try allowing anything incoming to :6113 , but I cannot include the port on the end, and the only thing I can seem to do in the IP protocol rule section is allow everything, which I do not want.
I don’t understand why incoming traffic of type TCP incoming to my port 6113 is blocked by that IP rule despite allowing port 6113 on tcp/udp, above that rule.
Help? ^^ please?