Well, I’m in a university room and the only control I have over my connection is whether or not to plug the network cable into the network point in my room.
However, I have asked the IT services staff here as to whether they’re blocking the connections and they denied it, going so far as to send personnel to my room with a laptop, plugging it into the network point and connecting to MIRC successfully (thereafter telling me good luck and leaving).
What are your CFP3 rules for MIRC? Could server IP addresses have changed while you were gone? The picture shows 3 established outbound TCP connections and another port listening for an inbound connection-Is that port open? What about D+ rules?
Unfortunately I don’t remember what MIRC requires-haven’t used it in a while- But the firewall has allowed you to establish 3 TCP connections to the MIRC servers on port 6667, and setting it to trusted should allow the inbound unless your global rules block it. What are your global rules? If they end in a block all inbound, try removing it and see if you can connect. Do you get any log entries from Comodo? May need to look for a MIRC user to help-try changing the thread title to include MIRC and someone should pop up, since it is a very popular program.
I would erase the current global rule also-don’t remember what IRC does with ping, but it is used sometimes. Other thing to try is to let CFP3 make its own rules. Does anything show up as blocked in your application rules? Erase any rules you have for MIRC and put CFP3 into training mode. Then when you try to establish a connection, you should get a popup asking you to allow whatever it is MIRC needs to do to connect. Usually you need to erase D+ rules and put D+ is training mode too, but not if you are sure it is really disabled. In the meantime, hope a MIRC user shows up soon for you. You might also take a look at this thread https://forums.comodo.com/empty-t21830.0.html;topicseen for a hint. User says he had to put the rules under WOS to make MIRC work.