I'm getting the strangest behavior I don't understand. I used to be able to connect to MSN Zone with the following protocol definitions: for main zone: primary connection: 6667 TCP Outbound secondary: 28800 - 29100 TCP Outbound for directplay: primary: 47624 TCP Outbound secondary: 2300-2400 Send/Receive 2300-2400 TCP Outbound 2300-2400 TCP Inbound
This worked fine for a week. I reformatted my client hard drive and reinstalled all apps and the firewall client. Now, I can't connect to the MSN Zone or the DirectPlay.
I played around and found if I added a protocol: primary: 28870 TCP Outbound that I can now connect to the zone lobby... I don't understand why the secondary connections didn't apply.
Likewise, I see the 47624 TCP request go out, via the netstat and the ISA logs. I see a SYN request from the server for port 2300 TCP Inbound being blocked in the ISA IP logs.
I don't understand why the DirectPlay protocol definition wouldn't allow 2300 TCP to come in.
Can anyone help me solve this problem? It seems none of the secondary connections seem to work.