I have a home network and I bought a Hava device. On the network at home the HAVA is returning a warning that network discovery is not turned on. It is turned on. When I disable CIS firewall the message disappears. I checked the HAVA documentation and this is what it says:
Configure the third-party firewall to allow Network Discovery (aka “Universal Plug and Play”) messages to get through. Check the documentation for your Internet Security software to see if the firewall has a feature to allow Network Discovery, also known as Universal Plug and Play, UPnP Technology, or SSDP. If so, enable it.
If the firewall allows specific applications and ports to be configured, you should allow:
In/out UDP on port 1900
Incoming TCP on port 2869
Under Network Security Policy, Under Port Sets, I created a new Port Set named Hava and I added 3 ports to it:
1900, 2869 and 5000 (I think 5000 is used for UPnP).
This did not work and these ports appear to be still blocked !
I then went to GLOBAL RULES and added all 3 above as “ALLOWED”. Still blocked ! Can someone direct me on how or where to define these rules properly.