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garsa

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Hi all,

I just installed WinRoute a few days ago and I really like it. Razz

Yesterday I connected the program eMule (eDonkey like P2P sharing application), I opened the ports at WinRoute and everything went OK. Very Happy

But after some hours (during all night) WinRoute had strange behaviours. The administration console stopped functioning from remote computers (but it was functional localy), and some services (like HTTP or MySQL database) were very difficult to use (it may work but only after many retries). Crying or Very Sad

I know that P2P sharing applications use a lot of concurrent connections and I suspect that this was what made WinRoute go crazy. Now I wonder, what's the limit? 200 connections? 300 connections? less? more? Confused

I'm aware that may be I should had to configure something I could have forgotten... Embarassed

Anyone can give some light on this matter?

Thanks in advance! Rolling Eyes
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pacuvio

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I suggest you to open only the mainly used ports (TCP 4242 and 4661) for eMule and to connect only the servers which use them (there are lots of).
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garsa

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Is there a way to give more or less priority to port/services or even to rules in the traffic policy tab?

If so it could be possible to give a low priority to this kind of applications and avoid the denial of other ports/services.
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pacuvio

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for what I know KWF doesn't manage different priorities for different protocols/services Confused . you can simplify your configuration as I suggested before.
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