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Nordica

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Hi,
i am new to this forum and also Kerio Winroute Firewall
and so far i like what i see.

Q1, What virus scanner is recomended to use?
i have heard that Nod32 is a good choise
or should i bye the McAfee integraded one?

Q2, How do i make DC++ (p2p program) work?
i can logon to different hubs but i cant
search for anything and others can download
from me.

I am running the Trial version on a Win2003 Server
with 2nic's, one to the Wan and the other to the Lan


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FRiC

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I like the built-in Mcafee, since it's simpler to set up, but I stopped using it due to license cost. Right now I'm using avast! but once in a while I would encounter errors and then it wouldn't run correctly. I never liked the regular version of NOD32 so I didn't bother to try the KWF version.

Even if you have antivirus on the firewall, you would still want antivirus on your workstations though.

As for P2P, you need to find out which port(s) the program uses, then create a traffic policy entry that maps those ports to the station that's running the P2P program. If the P2P program support UPnP, you could also enable UPnP on KWF, and let UPnP figure things out by itself.
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Nordica

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it looks like im going for the version with McAffe AV
only if i could get DC++ to work..

in DC++ i set it to use TCP: 2113 and UDP: 2114
on the Winroute Firewall i made a new Traffic Policy

Source: any
Destination: any
Service: TCP:2113 UDP:2114
Action: Permit
Translation: No Translation

no search results at all.. in passive mode it works but some hubs
has a restriction so only active users can search
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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You can use same port number for UDP and TCP.

Anyway, you need one rule for each workstation in local network which want to be active in DC++:

Source: Internet
Destination: Firewall
Service: TCP:2113 UDP:2114
Action: Permit
Translation: MAP to the IP address of workstation

Of course, different port numbers must be used for each workstation.

[Updated on: Sat, 10 December 2005 21:10]

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Nordica

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that worked.. thx Smile
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giampos

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I'm using Nod32 V. 2.5 It works well, but some times the virus pass the firewall, I don't know why! I've submitted a ticket in the past, but the support hasn't solved this.
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winkelman

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Quote:

some times the virus pass the firewall

No AV solution is 100% succesful in stopping virusses... sometimes the virus is newer than the AV definitions and the heuristic scanners also don't pick up on them.
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