From: PA, USA
Thanks a lot Tom. I guess I could figure it out myself but I don't know how. Does your book cover how to find out what ports are used by an application? I know I should be looking at the log(s) but I don't know which one and how to do it.
Covering the difference between Send Receive and the other UDP options would be helpful as well.
When figuring out the ports being used, I look at the packet filter logs and often use the Network Monitor on the external interface and the internal interface of the ISA Server to see what's going on. I'll sometimes run it on the client, though usually I don't need to do that because I can filter during the capture to just look at the conversation between the client of interest and the isa server.
I also always check the manufacturers web sites for information about how to use the product behind a firewall. Sometimes that helps, sometimes it doesn't.
The book will include some information to help you out with this.
Hey guys! This link that you,shinder showed him befor don`t works.can`t open that page! I have the same problem with Counter-Strike! Please can you help me too! PPLLLLEEEEAAAASSSSSSSSSSS! Got ADSL and can`t play!
[This message has been edited by Phaserman (edited 24 March 2001).]
Create an entry in your registry under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Battle.net\Configuration called "Game Data Port" and set it to a different number on each computer on the LAN. One computer can use 6112 (the default) and the others can use 6111, 6110, etc. Make sure all these ports are open on your proxy as well. <Cut out from www.net-games.com>
[This message has been edited by emike (edited 28 March 2001).]