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right, im new to this software and although it has sorted my proxy problems i find its firewall rules strange, all i want to do is allow a computer connect to external ports of remote computers 4661-4669 but i just can't work out the exact settings i need. im running a domain and the firewall is intergrated with the active directory if that complicates things but i cant see how.

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Create a service for ports 4661 - 4669 like this (Configuration / Definitions / Services):

name: <the name of your service>
protocol: <the protocol of your service> TCP, UDP of TCP/UDP
protocol inspector: none
source port: any
destionation port: in range, from 4661, to 4669
description: <description of your service>

Now create a traffic rule like this:

name: allow <servicename>
source: host
dest: internet
service: the service you just created
action: allow
log: connection (packets for debugging -> filter log)
translation: source nat, translate to ip address of outgoing interface

Als check if the default gateway for the machine is set to the internal ip of the firewall.

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