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Howto Allow/Block Different Apps/Port - 26.Nov.2002 10:10:00 AM   
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HOWTO BLOCK / ALLOW DIFFERENT APPS?
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How can I block/allow streaming media services on my network?

You'll need to add rules in your firewall to block key outbound TCP connections to specific ports used by each service. Since streaming media can also tunnel through TCP port 80 used by Web connections, we need to rely on blocking the control port used to set up the stream. Given the diverse number of server locations, we cannot block individual machines or network ranges.
Fortunately in ISA Server there are premade protocls for many popular apps like media player,realplayer, and others and you can block them by simply making of an deny rule in s&C rule and protocol rule. "[Smile]"

Block the following destination/target networks and ports:
Service Target Network servers Target ports
RealMedia ? TCP 7070
Quicktime ? TCP 545, TCP 7070
MS media ? TCP 1755
IRC server common ? TCP 6667-6660-6669
AOL Messenger ? TCP 5190
MSN Messenger messenger.msn.com TCP 1863
Yahoo Messenger ? TCP 5000-5001-5050

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How can I block file sharing services such as Morpheus?

Peer to peer (P2P) network clients are bandwidth hogs and are hugely popular due to their ability to share music and other files on from the desktop.

The two most popular P2P programs are Kazaa and E-Donkey. Their impact on network resources can be seen clearly in the ISA Logs (if setup) or through any applicaiton moniroting system.

A mixture of TCP port and network range blocks can control most P2P activities.
Block the following destination/target networks and TCP ports:

Service Target Network servers Target ports
Kazaa 213.248.112.0/24 TCP 1214
Morpheus 206.142.53.0/24 TCP 1214
E-Donkey ? TCP 4661 - 4665
Audiogalaxy 64.245.58.0/23 TCP 21, TCP 9000
WinMX ? TCP 6699

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Messaging & Conferencing
Audio & Video
Games
Common Servers
Other (including remote control)

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Messaging & Conferencing
Active Worlds
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN TCP 3000
IN TCP 5670
IN TCP 7777
IN TCP 7000-7100

[0000]
Type=TCP
Translation=NORMAL
Port=5670

[0001]
Type=TCP
Translation=NORMAL
Port=7777

[0002]
Type=TCP
Translation=NORMAL
Port=7000-7100

[0003]
Type=TCP
Translation=NORMAL
Port=3000

AIM Talk
OUT TCP 4099
IN TCP 5190

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Battlecom
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN UDP 2300 - 2400
IN TCP 2300 - 2400
IN UDP 47624
IN TCP 47624
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Buddy Phone
(only communication. No FTP)
IN UDP 700 - 701

Calista IP phone
OUT TCP 5190
IN UDP 3000

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CuSeeMe
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
OUT UDP 24032
IN UDP 1414 [use H.323 protocol if available]
IN UDP 1424 [use H.323 protocol if available]
IN TCP 1503
IN TCP 1720 [use H.323 protocol if available]
IN UDP 1812 1813
IN TCP 7640
IN TCP 7642
IN UDP 7648
IN TCP 7648
IN TCP 7649 7649
IN UDP 24032
IN UDP 56800
OUT UDP 1414 [use H.323 protocol if available]
OUT UDP 1424 [use H.323 protocol if available]
OUT TCP 1503
OUT TCP 1720 [use H.323 protocol if available]
OUT UDP 1812 1813
OUT TCP 7640
OUT TCP 7642
OUT UDP 7648
OUT TCP 7648
OUT TCP 7649
OUT UDP 56800

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Delta Three PC to Phone
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN TCP 12053 [use CuSeeMe protocol if available]
IN TCP 12083
IN UDP 12080
IN UDP 12120
IN UDP 12122
IN UDP 24150 - 24179

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Dialpad
OUT TCP 7175
IN UDP 51200 51201
IN TCP 51210
IN TCP 1584 1585
OUT TCP 8680 8686

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Dwyco Video Conferencing
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN UDP 12000 - 16090
IN TCP 1024 - 5000
IN TCP 6700 - 6702
IN TCP 6880

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Go2Call
IN UDP 2090 2091
IN TCP 2090

H.323 compliant video player,
NetMeeting 2.0, 3.0, Intel Video Phone
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
(Incoming calls are not possible
due to NetMeeting assigning ports dynamically.)
OUT TCP 1720
IN UDP 1024 65534 [use H.323 protocol if available]
OUT UDP 1024 65534 [use H.323 protocol if available]
IN TCP 1024 1502 [use H.323 protocol if available]
OUT TCP 1024 1502 [use H.323 protocol if available]
IN TCP 1504 1730 [use H.323 protocol if available]
OUT TCP 1504 1730 [use H.323 protocol if available]
IN TCP 1732 65534 [use H.323 protocol if available]
OUT TCP 1732 65534 [use H.323 protocol if available]
OUT TCP 1503 1503
OUT TCP 1731 1731
IN TCP 1503 1503
IN TCP 1731 1731

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Hotline Server
IN TCP 5500 - 5503
IN UDP 5499
The TCP Ports enabled are 5500 - 5503 (This is for the standard 5500
Hotline port)

If you change the default port, then you must enable the 3 ports after
it (so if you choose 4000 then you must enable 4000 - 4003)

The UDP port enabled 5499 is required only if you want to list your
server on a tracker (the data stream is only outgoing so if you want to
disable in bound on a firewall it would work fine)

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ICQ
In ICQ under "Preferences & security", "Preferences" and Connections, click on "I am behind a firewall or proxy" then click on "Firewall Settings". Then select "I don't have a SOCKS Proxy server on my firewall" or "I am using another Proxy server". Click Next. Click "Use the following TCP listen ports for incoming event" and set the TCP ports for 20000 to 20019 for the first user, 20020 to 20039 for the second user, 20040 to 20059 for the third user, etc.

OUT UDP 4000
IN TCP 20000 20019 for one user
OR
IN TCP 20000 20039 for two users
OR
IN TCP 20000 20059 for three users, etc.

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ICUII Client
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
OUT TCP 2019
IN TCP 2000 2038
IN TCP 2050 2051
IN TCP 2069
IN TCP 2085
IN TCP 3010 3030
OUT TCP 2000 2038
OUT TCP 2050 2051
OUT TCP 2069
OUT TCP 2085
OUT TCP 3010 3030

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ICUII Client (Version 4.xx)
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN TCP 1024 - 5000
IN TCP 2000 - 2038
IN TCP 2050 - 2051
IN TCP 2069
IN TCP 2085
IN TCP 3010 - 3030
IN TCP 6700 - 6702
IN TCP 6880
IN UDP 12000 - 16090

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Internet Phone
OUT UDP 22555

Ivisit
IN UDP 9943
IN UDP 56768

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LIVvE
(For pager file send only)
IN UDP 8999

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mIRC DCC / IRC DCC
[mIRC Proxy/Firewall Help page]
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN TCP 1024 - 5000

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mIRC Chat
(The IRC port is usually 6667)
IN TCP 6660 - 6669

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mIRC IDENT
IN UDP 113

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MSN Messenger
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
NOTE: Shut off any personal firewall programs such as BlackIce, ZoneAlarm, etc.
Ports 6891-6900 enable File send,
Port 6901 is for voice communications
Allows Voice, PC to Phone, Messages, and Full File transfer capabilities.
Thnx to Brad King & Bill Finch Jr.
IN TCP 6891 - 6900
IN TCP 1863
IN UDP 1863
IN UDP 5190
IN UDP 6901
IN TCP 6901

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Net2Phone
OUT UDP 6801
IN UDP 6801
One additional UDP and one TCP port in the range of 1 to 30000
must be mapped. Ports 6802 and 6803 are suggested. These
ports must be mapped in your firewall, then set in the Net2Phone client
as follows:
1) Click on Net2Phone's "Menu" button.
2) Select "Preferences".
3) Click on the "Network" tab.
4) Enter 6802 for the Client TCP Port.
5) Enter 6803 for the Client UDP Port.

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Pal Talk [support page]
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN UDP 2090 [voice]
IN UDP 2091 [control stream]
IN TCP 2090 [file transfer]
IN TCP 2091 [video listening]
IN TCP 2095 [file transfer- older versions]
OUT TCP 5001 - 50015 [text messaging]
OUT TCP 8200 - 8700 [Firewall / network mode group voice]
OUT UDP 8200 - 8700 [Firewall / network mode group voice]
OUT UDP 1025 - 2500 [outbound voice & control stream (user configurable)]

The last 2 UDP outbound ports are usually set in pairs. 1024 - 1025, 1026 - 1027, etc... Most users never have to set these lower two ports. They are dynamically assigned if you leave the lower two boxes set to 0's on the 'paltalk port settings' tab.
Outbound ports are usually not an issue but are listed here for network users who may need to manually configure for a proxy or NAT server or other hardware device.

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PhoneFree
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN UDP 1034 - 1035
IN UDP 9900 - 9901
IN TCP 1034 - 1035
IN TCP 2644
IN TCP 8000
This Mapping is needed to hear the audio from the incoming party, outgoing audio would work without it.
** According to phonefree the ports you need open are:
8000 TCP For Server access
1034 UDP Voice in/out
1035 TCP Voice in/out
2644 TCP Personal Communication Center
I found that port range 9900-9901 UDP is also needed but not mentioned at phonefree support.
Also shut off any other firewall programs you may have running.

To make PC-TO-PHONE calls, it seems only UDP port 9900 must be opened (the fewer ports open, the better!).

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Polycom ViaVideo H.323
IN TCP 3230 - 3235
IN UDP 3230 - 3235
NOTE: I needed to set these ports to dial out.
Also enable on ViaVideo (under H.323 QoS) 'Use Fixed Ports' 3230-3235 TCP & UDP

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Roger Wilco [support page]
IN TCP 3782
IN UDP 3782
IN UDP 3783 [only needed for RW Base station]

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Speak Freely
IN UDP 2074 - 2076

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Yahoo Messenger Chat
IN TCP 5000 - 5001

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Yahoo Messenger Phone
IN UDP 5055



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Audio & Video
Audiogalaxy Satellite [updated 12/13/00]
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN TCP 41000 - 50000
IN TCP 1117-5190

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Camerades
IN TCP 2047 2048
IN UDP 2047 2048

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GNUtella
IN TCP 6346
IN UDP 6346

IStreamVideo2HP
IN TCP 8076 - 8077
IN UDP 8076 - 8077

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KaZaA
IN TCP 1214
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Napster
OUT TCP 6699
IN TCP 6699

QuickTime 4 Server
IN TCP 6970
IN UDP 6970 - 7000

QuickTime 4 Client & RealAudio on Port 554
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
OUT TCP 554
IN UDP 6970 - 32000

RealAudio on Port 7070
OUT TCP 7070
IN UDP 6970 - 7170

ShoutCast Server
IN TCP 8000 - 8005


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Games
Aliens vs. Predator
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN UDP 80
IN UDP 2300 - 2400
IN UDP 8000 - 8999

Anarchy Online (BETA)
IN TCP 7013
IN TCP 7500 - 7501
IN UDP 7013
IN UDP 7500 - 7501

Asheron's Call [support page] [mapping info]
OUT UDP 9000, 9004, 9008, 9012
IN UDP 9000, 9001, 9004, 9005, 9012, 9013
NOTE! You may also need to open the MSN Game Zone and DX ports

Black and White
IN TCP 2611 - 2612
IN TCP 6667
IN UDP 6500
IN UDP 27900

Blizzard Battlenet
This allows for -1- machine on the network to take advantage of Blizzard's BattleNet system for playing online games such as Diablo II and StarCraft. The 6112 port is needed in both TCP and UDP for StarCraft and Diablo II, and the 4000 port is needed for Diablo II. No other settings should be needed.
IN TCP 4000
IN TCP 6112
IN UDP 6112

Bungie.net, Myth, Myth II Server
IN TCP 3453

Dark Reign 2
IN TCP 26214
IN UDP 26214

Delta Force (Client and Server)
OUT UDP 3568
IN TCP 3100 3999
OUT TCP 3100 3999
IN UDP 3100 3999
OUT UDP 3100 3999

Delta Force 2
IN UDP 3568
IN UDP 3569

Elite Force
IN UDP 26000
IN UDP 27500
IN UDP 27910
IN UDP 27960
NOTE: If the server is behind the same router/firewall as other clients, then all of the clients will have to add "+set net_port 27961," "27962," etc. to their shortcut command lines. Otherwise, they will not be able to use the in-game internet game browser. This is due to the fact that EF uses the same port (27960) for both the client and the server.

Everquest
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
See this Everquest page for more info
IN TCP 1024 7000
IN UDP 1024 6000
Note: May have to open this last UDP range even wider

F-16, Mig 29
IN UDP 3862
IN UDP 3863

F-22 Lightning 3
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN UDP 3875
IN UDP 4533
IN UDP 4534
IN UDP 4660 - 4670 (for VON)

F-22 Raptor
IN UDP 3874, 3875

Fighter Ace II
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN TCP 50000 - 50100
IN UDP 50000 - 50100

for DX play also open these ports:
IN TCP 47624
IN TCP 2300 - 2400
IN UDP 2300 - 2400

Half Life
IN UDP 6003
IN UDP 7002
IN UDP 27010
IN UDP 27015
IN UDP 27025

Half Life Server
IN UDP 27015

Heretic II Server
IN TCP 28910

Hexen II
Each computer hosting Hexen II must use a different port number, starting at 26900 and incrementing by 1.

IN UDP 26900 (for first player)

KALI
Each computer using KALI must use a different port number, starting at 2213 and incrementing by 1.

IN UDP 2213 (for first player)
IN UDP 6666

Kohan Immortal Sovereigns
This allows you to host a Kohan game and have it show
up on Gamespy, otherwise no one will be able to see your
game outside of your lan. Only the ICS server can host
games and have them show up however.
IN UDP 3855
IN UDP 17437
IN TCP 3855
IN TCP 17437

Motorhead server
IN UDP 16000
IN TCP 16000
IN TCP 16010 - 16030
IN UDP 16010 - 16030

The ports 16010-16030 are ports I specified in the MotorHead dedicated server client ports section. You need to specify client ports so that Motorhead does not assign client ports randomly.

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MSN Game Zone [C support page at msn gamezone site)
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN TCP 6667
IN TCP 28800 - 29000

for DX play also open these ports:
IN TCP 47624
IN TCP 2300 - 2400
IN UDP 2300 - 2400

Need for Speed - Porche
IN UDP 9442

Need for Speed 3- Hot Pursuit
IN TCP 1030

Operation FlashPoint

TCP 47624 ~ 47624
TCP 2234 ~ 2234
BOTH 6073 ~ 6073

Outlaws
IN UDP 5310
IN TCP 5310

Quake2 (Client and Server)
IN UDP 27910

QuakeIII
Each computer playing QuakeIII must use a different port number, starting at 27660 and incrementing by 1. You'll also need to do the following:

1. Right click on the QIII icon
2. Choose "Properties"
3. In the Target field you'll see a line like "C:\Program Files\Quake III Arena\quake3.exe"
4. Add the Quake III net_port command to specify a unique communication port for each system. The complete field should look like this: "C:\Program Files\Quake III Arena\quake3.exe" +set net_port 27660
5. Click OK.
6. Repeat for each system behind the NAT, adding one to the net_port selected (27660,27661,27662)

IN UDP 27660 (for first player)

Rainbow Six (Client and Server)
OUT TCP 2346
IN TCP 2346

Rogue Spear
OUT TCP 2346
IN TCP 2346

Soldier of Fortune
IN UDP 28910 - 28915

Starcraft
IN UDP 6112

Starfleet Command
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN TCP 2300 - 2400
IN TCP 47624
IN UDP 2300 - 2400
IN UDP 47624

SWAT3
IN TCP 16639
IN UDP 16638

Ultima
IN TCP 5001-5010 Game
IN TCP 7775-7777 Login
IN TCP 8888 Patch
IN TCP 8800-8900 UO Messenger
IN TCP 9999 Patch
IN TCP 7875 UOMonitor

Port 7875 is not used by the game, but by UOMonitor, which many players use to monitor server status.

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Unreal Tournament server
IN UDP 7777 (default gameplay port)
IN UDP 7778 (server query port
IN UDP 7779+ (UDP 7779+ are allocated dynamically for each
helper UdpLink objects, including UdpServerUplin
objects. Try starting with 7779-7781 and add
ports if needed.))
IN UDP 27900 (server query, if master server uplink is enabled.
Some master servers use other ports, like 27500)
IN TCP 8080
(Port 8080 is for UT Server Admin. In the [UWeb.WebServer] section of the server.ini file, set the ListenPort to 8080 (to match the mapped port above) and ServerName to the IP assigned to the router from your ISP.)

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Westwood Online - C&C Tiberian Sun & Dune 2000
Note: Westwood Online supports only one user per public IP address at any given time. Apprule courtesy of Quantus' World
OUT TCP 4000
IN TCP 4000
IN UDP 1140 1234
IN TCP 1140 1234
OUT UDP 1140 1234
OUT TCP 1140 1234

ZNES
IN UDP 7845 [Use Quake Translation if you can set it]


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Common Servers
FTP Server on your LAN
IN TCP 21

POP3 Mail Server on your LAN
IN TCP 110

SMTP Mail server" on your LAN
IN TCP 25

TELNET Server on your LAN
IN TCP 23

WEB Server on your LAN
IN TCP 80 - 8080


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Other
BAYVPN
OUT UDP 500

CITRIX Metaframe / ICA client
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN TCP 1494
IN UDP 1604
IN TCP 1023 - 5000 (NOTE: Depending on the number of clients/sessions, you can try decreasing this range, or you may need to increase it.)

CarbonCopy32 host on your LAN
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN TCP 1680
IN UDP 1023-1679

Deerfield MDaemon Email Server
IN TCP 3000
IN TCP 3001

Direct Connect
(Watch Out! Opens a wide port range!)
IN TCP 375 - 425

FW1VPN
OUT UDP 259

Laplink Host
IN TCP 1547

Lotus Notes Server
IN TCP 1352

NTP (Network Time Protocol)
OUT UDP 123
IN UDP 123

pcANYHWERE host on your LAN
IN TCP 5631
IN UDP 5632

RAdmin (Fama Tech)
IN TCP 4899

Remote Anything
FAQ page
IN TCP 3999 - 4000
IN UDP 3996 - 3998

Remotely AnyWhere

IN TCP 2000
Remotely Possible Server
IN TCP 799

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Shiva VPN
(set the mobile option in the Shiva VPN client software to be your public IP address)
OUT UDP 2233
IN UDP 2233

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Timbuktu Pro
IN TCP 407
IN TCP 1417 - 1420
IN UDP 407
IN UDP 1417 - 1420

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Virtual Network Computing (VNC)
IN TCP 5500
IN TCP 5800
IN TCP 5900

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Windows 2000 Terminal Server
(probably also works for NT Terminal services)
IN TCP 3389
IN UDP 3389
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I know there will be many things in this article that can be fixed. "[Wink]"

HTH
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RE: Howto Allow/Block Different Apps/Port - 11.Feb.2003 5:39:00 PM   
jvigneault

 

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How do I block a network range like if I were to block Kazaa or Morpheus?

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RE: Howto Allow/Block Different Apps/Port - 11.Feb.2003 5:44:00 PM   
zzz343

 

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Kazaa donot use fixed range of ports or destinations. Default port for kazaa is 1214, butit also uses different port if default is not available. One way to block kazaa is to allow only specifc protocol range like HTTP.HTTPs,MSN,YAHOO etc.

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RE: Howto Allow/Block Different Apps/Port - 11.Feb.2003 5:45:00 PM   
zzz343

 

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Kazaa donot use fixed range of ports or destinations. Default port for kazaa is 1214, butit also uses different port if default is not available. One way to block kazaa is to allow only specifc protocol range like HTTP.HTTPs,MSN,YAHOO etc.

Also check tom's article regarding 'howto block dangerous applications' in articles section.

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RE: Howto Allow/Block Different Apps/Port - 27.Feb.2003 4:53:00 AM   
pthomas

 

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How do I go about blocking Net Send Messages? I have about 3 per day and its becoming annoying now. If I knew what port they were coming through on, or protocol, then I could lock them out.

Also, is there a port that gator uses, as this seems to be installing itself on peoples machines and sending/receiving about 200mb data per month, which I would like to kill.

Thanks.

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RE: Howto Allow/Block Different Apps/Port - 27.Feb.2003 8:33:00 AM   
zzz343

 

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Hello Peter,
net send uses netbios service / 139.
for more info, look at
http://www.re-quest.net/computers/messenger-spam/

Gator donot use any specific port. It browse through HTTP port. You can create an destination set and block it via creating deny rule in S&C. We have also blocked hotmail,yahoo and other ads site.

gator.com
bannerserver.gator.com
gatorcme.gator.com
bg.gator.com
gs.gator.com
ss.gator.com
date-manager.com
precision-time.com

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RE: Howto Allow/Block Different Apps/Port - 17.Mar.2003 1:33:00 PM   
azog

 

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quote:
Originally posted by Pinochio:
The two most popular P2P programs are Kazaa and E-Donkey. Their impact on network resources can be seen clearly in the ISA Logs (if setup) or through any applicaiton moniroting system.

How does one configure the logs to display Kazaa usage? I suspect we have a lot of traffic, and I've defined a protocol rule for outbound TCP on 1214, but I never see anything in the summary reports.

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RE: Howto Allow/Block Different Apps/Port - 17.Mar.2003 2:32:00 PM   
zzz343

 

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iSA logs by default, shows the top applications used. You can configure it in Monitoring/Reports and right click on each report and take properties. Ther you can setup your logs howto show summary, by requests, by bytes sent or what soever.
If you want to view realtime log viewer for KAZAA traffic, goto www.wintail.com and download wintail, it's a very handy tool to monitor iSA web and firewall logs in realtime. it will show you all apps including kazaa,msn,ypager and ALL, what ports they are connecting, allow/deny rule, bytes sent in/out, and much much more. [Big Grin]

Happy Monitoring ! [Wink]

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