Opening Ports for Zmodo H9104V on the CA CAPersonalFirewallProgramRules Firewall
Go ahead and open up CA Security Center.
Click the CA Personal Firewall link.
Click the Open Advanced Settings link.
Click the Firewall button near the left hand side of the page.
Click the Application Control tab.
Find the Zmodo H9104V program you want to modify permissions for in the applications list. If you do not see Zmodo H9104V you want to modify permissions for in this list, try running Zmodo H9104V. You may be prompted to allow or deny traffic for Zmodo H9104V, once you run it. After responding to that prompt, Zmodo H9104V should appear in this list.
We are going to modify the Server Safe
and Server Restricted
settings for Zmodo H9104V. Right click on the green check mark or the blue question mark in the Server Safe and Server Restricted column. You should see a drop down menu that presents you with three options. Select the Prevent
option. Now both the Server Safe and the Server Restricted columns for Zmodo H9104V should have a red minus in them. Once that is done click Zmodo H9104V to highlight it. Then click the Edit
We will list a series of lines here that will show you exactly how to setup CA Personal Firewall's firewall for Zmodo H9104V.
Go ahead and enter the settings shown below into the Add Rule menu.
You should see another page of settings below that need to be added to CA Personal Firewall. Open up a new Add Protocol page and enter
Click the Add
button close to the top of this window.Enter a name for the program you are allowing traffic for into the Rule Description
box. Put a check mark into the Enable rule
checkbox. Use the Protocols and Ports
drop down box to select the specify directly option. The Access
drop down box should be set to Allow. Select TCP and UDP
in the Protocol drop down box. There's less risk of error by selecting both protocols, with almost no added security risk.We want to make sure that traffic is allowed in both directions for these ports so, select In/Out in the direction drop down box. If you are opening a singe port, use the Local Port
drop down box to select single. Then enter the port to forward into the first box to the right of the Local Port Drop down box. If you are opening a range of ports, use the Local Port
drop down box to select Range. Then enter the lowest port number of that range in to the first box to the right of the Local Port drop down box. The highest number of that range should go into the last box on that line.
Click the Ok
button on the Configure Application Rules
page to finish the modifications for this program.
To test if your port has been properly opened, you can use our Port Checker tool.
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