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Authorize P2P communication with ICQ

Authorize the access to your FTP server

Authorize the game Delta Force

Authorize or block a communication port in server mode

Authorize or block a communication port in client mode.

Authorize ICS (Internet Connection Sharing).

Authorize the ethernet address of another PC


Authorize P2P communication with ICQ

ICQ is a peer to peer communication software.
One of the advantages of ICQ is that the PC can communicate directly each other, without to go throught a centralized computer (server). For this communication to be allowed by Look'n'Stop, you have to add this rule :

1 : Select the Internet Filtering page
2 : Click on the Add button
3 : In the Rule Name area, enter TCP : Authorize ICQ"
4 : In the Direction area, click on Inbounds & Outbounds"
5 : In the Ethernet Type area, select IP
6 : In the IP area, set Protocol on TCP
7 : In Source (PC >> Net) / Destination (Net >> PC), set TCP/UDP Port on Range A:B. Below, enter 6200 and again below enter 6300.
8: Click OK. The rule appears on the top of the list. You can let it there.
9 : Uncheck (remove) the blocking icon () for the rule to allow the data exchanged by the ICQ software.
10 : Click on Apply

In addition, setup the ICQ software like this:

1 : Click on ICQ, then Preferences, then Connections, then User.
2 : In Advanced Users, tick the box Not Using a proxy.
3 : Tick the box Use the following TCP listen port for incoming event
4 : In From, enter 6200 and in To, enter 6300
5 : Click on the Apply button.

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Authorize the access to your FTP server
  

1 : Select the Internet Filtering page
2 : Click on the Add button
3 : In the Rule Name area, enter "TCP : Authorize an FTP server"
4 : In the Direction area, click on "Inbounds & Outbounds"
5 : In the Ethernet Type area, select IP
6 : In the IP area, set Protocol on TCP
7 : In the area Source (PC >> Net) / Destination (Net >> PC), set TCP/UDP Port on Equal Or (this means that the both values are possible) and just below enter 20 and again below 21.
8: Click on OK. The rule appears on the top of the list. You can let it there.
9 : Uncheck (remove) the blocking icon () for the rule to allow the data exchanged via le serveur FTP.
10 : Click on Apply Note : the computers which whish to connect to your FTP server must be in passive mode (PASV option).

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Authorize the game Delta Force
 
1 : Select the Internet Filtering page
2 : Click on the Add button
3 : In the Rule Name area, enter "UDP : Authorize Delta Force"
4 : In the Direction area, click on "Inbounds & Outbounds"
5 : In the Ethernet Type area, select IP
6 : In the IP area, set Protocol on UDP
7 : In the area Destination (PC >> Net) / Source (Net >> PC), set TCP/UDP Port on In range A:B (it means that every value between A and B are possible) and just below enter 3568 and again below enter 3569 .
8: Click on OK. The rule appears on the top of the list. You can let it there.
9 : Uncheck (remove) the blocking icon () for the rule to allow the data exchanged by the game software Delta Force.
10 : Click on Apply

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Authorize or block a communication port in server mode

1 : Select the Internet Filtering page
2 : Click on the Add button
3 : In the Rule Name area, enter "Authorize the port XXX" or "Block the port XXX"
4 : In the Direction area, click on "Inbounds & Outbounds"
5 : In the Ethernet Type area, select IP
6 : In the IP area, set Protocol on TCP
7 : In the area Source(PC >> Net) / Destination(Net >> PC), set TCP/UDP Port on Equal and just below enter the communication port value to allow.
8 : Click on OK. The rule appears on the top of the list. You can let it there.
9 : Uncheck (remove) the blocking icon () for the rule to allow the data exchanged.
10 : Click on Apply

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Authorize or block a communication port in client mode

1 : Select the Internet Filtering page
2 : Click on the Add button
3 : In the Rule Name area, enter "Authorize the port XXX" or "Block the port XXX"
4 : In the Direction area, click on "Inbounds & Outbounds"
5 : In the Ethernet Type area, select IP
6 : In the IP area, set Protocol on TCP
7 : In the area Destination(PC >> Net) / Source(Net >> PC), set TCP/UDP Port on Equal and just below enter the communication port value to allow.
8 : Click on OK. The rule appears on the top of the list. You can let it there.
9 : Uncheck (remove) the blocking icon () for the rule to allow the data exchanged.
10 : Click on Apply

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Authorize ICS (Internet Connection Sharing)

Note: If you use Windows 2000 or XP, you do not need to import any rules.

Look 'n' Stop on the server PC

1 : Select the Internet Filtering page
2 : Click on the Add button
3 : In the Rule Name area, enter "ICS: Server"
4 : In the Direction area, click on "Inbounds & Outbounds"
5 : In the Ethernet Type area, select IP
6 : In the area Source(PC >> Net) / Destination(Net >> PC), and in the frame IP: Address, select "Mask" and just below enter the IP address 192.168.0.0 , again just below enter the IP address 255.255.255.0.
7 : Click on OK. The rule appears on the top of the list. You can let it there.
8 : Untick (remove) the blocking icon ().
9 : Click on Apply

Look 'n' Stop on the Client PC

1 : Select the Internet Filtering page
2 : Click on the Add button
3 : In the Rule Name area, enter "ICS: Client"
4 : In the Direction area, click on "Inbounds & Outbounds"
5 : In the Ethernet Type area, select IP
6 : In the area IP and in the frame Protocol, select ICMP
7 : In the area ICMP and in the frame ICMP: Code, select Equal and on the side
     enter the value 4
8 : In the area ICMP and in the frame ICMP: Type, select Equal and on the side enter 3
9 : Click on OK. The rule appears on the top of the list. You can let it there.
10 : Uncheck (remove) the blocking icon () for the rule to allow the data exchanged.
11 : Click on Apply

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Authorize the ethernet address of another PC

1 : Select the Internet Filtering page
2 : Click on the Add button
3 : In the Rule Name area, enter "ETH : Authorize the other PC"
4 : In the Direction area, click on "Inbounds & Outbounds"
5: In the area Destination (PC >> Net) / Source (Net >> PC), set AdresseEthernet on Equal and just on the right enter the ethernet address of the other computer.
6 : Click on OK. The rule appears on the top of the list. You can let it there.
7 : Uncheck (remove) the blocking icon () for the rule to allow the data exchanged.
8 : Click on Apply

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