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Siygess

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Hi all,

Having recently moved up to the world of cable (and binned my old 56k modem) I've set up my 3 PC's on a LAN and configured everything through KWF and until now, I thought everything was fine. As I've discovered, however.. I dont seem to be able to host games across the internet. Taking Joint Operations as an example, I can join games without a problem, but when hosting players get the dreaded "enumerating session" message and can't join.

My network is configured like so:

x Cable Modem
|
x PC A (Running KWF)
|
x Hub
|
\--- PC B
\-- PC C

I'm running (for the moment) the default set of rules as generated by the rules wizard (including the loose NAT rule for now), plus the following inbound rule:

Source: PC A Internet NIC
Destination: Firewall
Service: Joint Ops
Action: /
Log: P/C
Translation: PC B NIC, Port 32768

Service: Joint Ops
Protocol: UDP
Source Port: Any
Dest. Port: 32768

But obviously no one has been able to connect to the game. Nothing is logged in the filter logs for this, so I tried setting up an outbound rule but I realised it was pointless as my existing NAT rule does not specifically state which services to allow.

Anyone got any ideas?

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