Set firewall and Defense+ to training mode. Launch warcraft and play. Repeat for a couple of times (i mean playing online in training mode). Then set both (firewall and Defense+) to train with safe mode.
To host inbound connections, you will need to create a Network Policy that allows inbound TCP connections from ANY to port 6112. Until this exists, no inbound connection is allowed, regardless of and application rules that exist.
This is because the Network Policies are checked first for all inbound connections. In the case of outbound connections, the application specific rules are checked first.
My mistake. I should have asked this (instead of ->exit we need to check ->firewall->disabled):
Does warcraft work properly when firewall is disabled (rightclick on icon in tray->firewall->disabled)?
If no, i can’t help to configure it.
What exactly? Specific information is needed (application, source/destination address/port).