Opening Ports for Warcraft III on the Agnitum AgnitumOutpostFirewallPro Firewall

Open up Warcraft III. AgnitumOutpostFirewallPro You might see a window pop up like the one above. If you do, put a dot in to the Allow all activities for this application radio button, and click the Ok button. If you try modifing the permissions for Warcraft III with it open, you will get popup windows while trying to make your changes. So it's best to close Warcraft III. Go ahead and do that now. Then go aheand and open up the Agnitum Outpost Firewall Pro. AgnitumOutpostFirewallPro Click Options in the menu at the top of your screen. Then click the Application link in the submenu that drops down.AgnitumOutpostFirewallPro Now you should be looking at a window that displays a list of applications that you have on your computer. Find Warcraft III and right click it. Click the Create Rules or the Modify Rules link depending upon what show up in that list. AgnitumOutpostFirewallPro Go ahead and remove all the rules that are listed here. When you are done adding the rules shown on this page, be sure to look at the outgoing guides and add those rules as well. If Warcraft III is not listed in the outgoing guides, create a rule that allows all outbound traffic for Warcraft III.
Click the New button on the right hand side of this window.
Rules
 
Select Event, then Action and then specify the Rule Description.
 
  1. Select Event the rule will handle:
Where the specified protocol is
Where the specified direction is
Where the specified remote host is
Where the specified remote port is
Where the specified local port is
Where the specified time interval is
Where the local port is equal to the remote port
  2. Select Actions the rule will respond with:
Allow it
Block it
Report it
Run application
Stateful Inspection
Ignore Compontent Control
  3. Rule Description {click on an underlined value to edit it}
Where the specified protocol is Undefined
Where the specified direction is Outbound
Where the local port is Undefined
  4. Rule Name
Outbound TCP for Name1
 


You will not be able to put a checkmark in to the Where the specified local port is checkbox until you complete the following step. Click the Where the specified protocol is Undefined link, and you should see the following window.

Select Protocol
 
Select protocol:
TCP
UDP
 


Click the Ok button to save your selection. Now go put a checkmark in to the Where the specified local port is checkbox. Click the and Where the direction is Outbound link, and change the direction to Inbound.Then click the and Where the local port is Undefined link.

Select local port
 
Port alias:
 
Enter the port number or port range, seperated by commas.
Example: 1, 3, 5-12
 


Click the Ok button to apply those changes. You should now be back at the rules page and it should look like the following.

Rules
 
Select Event, then Action and then specify the Rule Description.
 
  1. Select Event the rule will handle:
Where the specified protocol is
Where the specified direction is
Where the specified remote host is
Where the specified remote port is
Where the specified local port is
Where the specified time interval is
Where the local port is equal to the remote port
  2. Select Actions the rule will respond with:
Allow it
Block it
Report it
Run application
Stateful Inspection
Ignore Compontent Control
  3. Rule Description {click on an underlined value to edit it}
Where the specified protocol is TCP
Where the specified direction is Inbound
Where the local port is 6112-6119
  4. Rule Name
Inbound TCP for Name1 from 6112-6119
 
Click the Ok button to save that rule.
Click the New button on the right hand side of this window.
Rules
 
Select Event, then Action and then specify the Rule Description.
 
  1. Select Event the rule will handle:
Where the specified protocol is
Where the specified direction is
Where the specified remote host is
Where the specified remote port is
Where the specified local port is
Where the specified time interval is
Where the local port is equal to the remote port
  2. Select Actions the rule will respond with:
Allow it
Block it
Report it
Run application
Stateful Inspection
Ignore Compontent Control
  3. Rule Description {click on an underlined value to edit it}
Where the specified protocol is Undefined
Where the specified direction is Outbound
Where the local port is Undefined
  4. Rule Name
Outbound UDP for Name2
 


You will not be able to put a checkmark in to the Where the specified local port is checkbox until you complete the following step. Click the Where the specified protocol is Undefined link, and you should see the following window.

Select Protocol
 
Select protocol:
TCP
UDP
 


Click the Ok button to save your selection. Now go put a checkmark in to the Where the specified local port is checkbox. Click the and Where the direction is Outbound link, and change the direction to Inbound.Then click the and Where the local port is Undefined link.

Select local port
 
Port alias:
 
Enter the port number or port range, seperated by commas.
Example: 1, 3, 5-12
 


Click the Ok button to apply those changes. You should now be back at the rules page and it should look like the following.

Rules
 
Select Event, then Action and then specify the Rule Description.
 
  1. Select Event the rule will handle:
Where the specified protocol is
Where the specified direction is
Where the specified remote host is
Where the specified remote port is
Where the specified local port is
Where the specified time interval is
Where the local port is equal to the remote port
  2. Select Actions the rule will respond with:
Allow it
Block it
Report it
Run application
Stateful Inspection
Ignore Compontent Control
  3. Rule Description {click on an underlined value to edit it}
Where the specified protocol is UDP
Where the specified direction is Inbound
Where the local port is 6112-6119
  4. Rule Name
Inbound UDP for Name2 from 6112-6119
 
Click the Ok button to save that rule.
Click the New button on the right hand side of this window. Put a checkmark into the Where the specified protocol is checkbox. Then click the Where the protocol is Undefined link, and use that page to select the protocol of the ports you are opening. Put a checkmark in to the Where the specified direction is checkbox. Click the and Where the direction is Outbound link. Use that page to select Inbound, and then click the Ok button. Put a checkmark in to the Where the specified local port is checkbox. Then click the and Where the local port is undefined link. Enter the ports to open in to the Enter the port number or port range, seperated by commas box. These ports can be entered in a list like 50,52,53 a range like 500-600 or a combination of both like 50,52,53,500-600. Then click the Ok button. Click Ok once more to save the rule. That should be it. The firewall should be properly configured.

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