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Connection Issue
No AV, all traffic outbound from my PC through my firewall is allowed, Windows Firewall disabled. What gives? Any IPs/hostnames to try and telnet to a specific port? Highly doubt it's a PC issue or a lot of my hosted containers and VMs wouldn't be working at all...
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Nicky Jun 28 @ 2:45am 
Originally posted by AaronAllBlacks:
No AV, all traffic outbound from my PC through my firewall is allowed, Windows Firewall disabled. What gives? Any IPs/hostnames to try and telnet to a specific port? Highly doubt it's a PC issue or a lot of my hosted containers and VMs wouldn't be working at all...

Sorry to hear you were experiencing this issue! Has the issue been resolved now? Thanks in advance for your reply.
Originally posted by Nicky:
Originally posted by AaronAllBlacks:
No AV, all traffic outbound from my PC through my firewall is allowed, Windows Firewall disabled. What gives? Any IPs/hostnames to try and telnet to a specific port? Highly doubt it's a PC issue or a lot of my hosted containers and VMs wouldn't be working at all...

Sorry to hear you were experiencing this issue! Has the issue been resolved now? Thanks in advance for your reply.

Still no but I think the event is over by now so oh well. Having a similar issue with Kards though so I might reimage sometime this week to see if it's an OS-level issue. if I still have problems what ports/destinations should I check in my firewall (UDM Pro)? I turned the IPS off first with no luck and the IDS doesn't stop any traffic.
Nicky Jun 29 @ 4:08am 
Originally posted by AaronAllBlacks:
Originally posted by Nicky:

Sorry to hear you were experiencing this issue! Has the issue been resolved now? Thanks in advance for your reply.

Still no but I think the event is over by now so oh well. Having a similar issue with Kards though so I might reimage sometime this week to see if it's an OS-level issue. if I still have problems what ports/destinations should I check in my firewall (UDM Pro)? I turned the IPS off first with no luck and the IDS doesn't stop any traffic.

Thanks for your reply! Could you check if one the following ports works for you?

TCP: 27015-27030, 27036-27037
UDP: 4380, 5058,5055, 27000-27031, 27036
Originally posted by Nicky:
Originally posted by AaronAllBlacks:

Still no but I think the event is over by now so oh well. Having a similar issue with Kards though so I might reimage sometime this week to see if it's an OS-level issue. if I still have problems what ports/destinations should I check in my firewall (UDM Pro)? I turned the IPS off first with no luck and the IDS doesn't stop any traffic.

Thanks for your reply! Could you check if one the following ports works for you?

TCP: 27015-27030, 27036-27037
UDP: 4380, 5058,5055, 27000-27031, 27036

Ah ha found it, was TCP 27036-27037, not sure why my firewall suddenly decided to care about these ephemeral ports but good to go. Thank you!
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