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Speed666

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First check the Services in your guest computer.
Universal Plug & Play Host should be started automatic
SSDP Finder Service shoud be started automatic.
Next go to the KWF Admin Console and in Advanced Options Set the UPNP On and log connections.
Next go to the Traffic Policy and add the rules:
Source ANY Destination Firewall Service PORT TCP 1863 and UDP 7001. Select Permit and loging.
Next add the rule
Source ANY Destination Firewall Service PORT TCP 2168 and UDP 1900. Permit and logging.
Log out your MSN client and Log in once again. It should say that it's connected through Symmetric NAT (UPNP).
Bye.

[Updated on: Sat, 28 February 2004 23:37]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Speed666 wrote on Sat, 28 February 2004 23:36

First check the Services in your guest computer.
Universal Plug & Play Host should be started automatic
SSDP Finder Service shoud be started automatic.
Next go to the KWF Admin Console and in Advanced Options Set the UPNP On and log connections.
Next go to the Traffic Policy and add the rules:
Source ANY Destination Firewall Service PORT TCP 1863 and UDP 7001. Select Permit and loging.
Next add the rule
Source ANY Destination Firewall Service PORT TCP 2168 and UDP 1900. Permit and logging.
Log out your MSN client and Log in once again. It should say that it's connected through Symmetric NAT (UPNP).
Bye.



Thanks Speed666.
I just want to say there is an article about UPnP settings in KWF in our Knowledge Base at http://support.kerio.com/index.php?_a=knowledgebase&_j=q uestiondetails&_i=57&nav2=Kerio%20WinRoute%20Firewal l.
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Speed666

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Yes Pavel, it is. But that article didn't help me. It's should be updated. Thanks for advice.
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techkid

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Winroute 5.1.10 has a service called Windows Messenger (TCP SOURCE=ANY DESTINATION=1863.

If you are running a proxy server then include this in MSN Messengers connection details.

TK.
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Deep

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i just enabled upnp service in winroute firewall and msn worked for me Smile

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techkid

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One thing that is not made clear is that when you use translate are you translating it to your ip or the connection you are trying to establish contact with (ie) the person you are trying to talk to.

TK.
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DonChino

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Just curious, cant this just be ADDED as ONE RULE with all FOUR OPTIONS or must it be done as SEPARATE rules?
Just make ONE RULE called MSN Messenger and all the TCP and UDP portas in one shot...


Speed666 wrote on Sat, 28 February 2004 17:36

First check the Services in your guest computer.
Universal Plug & Play Host should be started automatic
SSDP Finder Service shoud be started automatic.
Next go to the KWF Admin Console and in Advanced Options Set the UPNP On and log connections.
Next go to the Traffic Policy and add the rules:
Source ANY Destination Firewall Service PORT TCP 1863 and UDP 7001. Select Permit and loging.
Next add the rule
Source ANY Destination Firewall Service PORT TCP 2168 and UDP 1900. Permit and logging.
Log out your MSN client and Log in once again. It should say that it's connected through Symmetric NAT (UPNP).
Bye.


[Updated on: Wed, 14 April 2004 06:38]

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wywywywy

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Hi,

I just tried this but it doesn't work for me Sad
Is the second rule actually:
Source Firewall Destination ANY Service PORT TCP 2168 and UDP 1900

??

This probably explains why Speed666 listed them as two seperate rules.
However, I tried it and it still doesn't work...
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DonChino

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THESE instructions obviously being OF NO USE for those of us running Windows 2003 Server since they have done away with the Universal Plug and Play Service. So how exactly do you get it to work with Windows 2003 although I am currently using the Proxy Server Setting...

Seems to work, just disconnects if you leave it idle for a long time, I noticed. But using the IE proxy server defaults work without any changes.

Overnet?

[Updated on: Tue, 20 April 2004 09:24]

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MikeRD03

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I had the same problem that the procedure above didn?t work for me but finaly I got a solution for Messenger v6.2:

I added a traffic rule with Source/Destination ANY for the Ports 1863, 2168,6900,6901 TCP and 1900, 6900, 6901, 7001 UDP
Don?t forget PERMIT and Logging at first time.

Enable HTTP proxy at port 3128 in the firewall and configure the messenger to use a HTTP proxy on this port.

After the everything is possible including file transfer, voice and WEB CAM.

But I wonder why UPnP isn?t working despite of the activation of UPnP Service on Workstation and Firewall.. Any hints ??? Is v6.2 of the messenger supported for UPnP in v6.0.0 ???

Hope it helps somebody
Bye
Mike
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