Kaspersky firewall

  yaesu 16:16 24 Jan 07
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Hi folks,
I'm trying to use an application called Echolink (a ham radio program) and it refuses to connect as it should. The help pages show the following;
"EchoLink requires that your router or firewall allow inbound and outbound UDP to destination ports 5198 and 5199, and outbound TCP to port 5200. Source ports are dynamically assigned. If you are using a home-network router, you will also need to configure the router to "forward" UDP ports 5198 and 5199 to the PC on which EchoLink is running.

This can be summarized as:
Allow UDP (source port any, destination ports 5198-5199) from Internet to PC
Allow UDP (source port any, destination ports 5198-5199) from PC to Internet
Allow TCP (source port any, destination port 5200) from PC to Internet"
I might be thick but how do I set Kaspersky suite to match this, PLEASE. The router is a Voyager205 and it's help isn't very helpful either!
TIA yaesu.

  yaesu 19:29 24 Jan 07

bump

  baldtaco 23:16 24 Jan 07
  yaesu 20:12 25 Jan 07

Tnx baldtaco, sorry for delay in reply but work nights, so will experiment tomorrow on night off. Will let you know how I get on. Regards, yaesu

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