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Changing the ports a program uses

This question might not even make sense. I have a very limited understanding of how networking protocols work. My phrasing of these questions might be very poor. My school has a firewall enabled. ...
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UDP Flood to Host in the firewall logs

When the router's firewall logs shows as follows UDP Flood to Host PRIVATE_LAN_CLIENT_IP, PORT ->> EXTERNAL_PUBLIC_IP, PORT (from WAN Outbound). Will those packets be routed to the private lan ...
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OpenVPN client behind corporate firewall

I cannot connect from the corporate network at work to my OpenVPN server. However, with client and server settings untouched, connecting from other networks works. I can only assume that this is due ...
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Are UDP packets firewall proof?

I have been testing this "bittorent sync" software (a peer to peer application) as an experiment. I decided to block the application using the Windows firewall on the computer that is running the ...
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What range of UDP ports may rtsp use, to configure a firewall?

To allow incoming rtsp streams, I must open incoming TCP port 554. I must also open a range of UDP ports. 6970 through 6999, says http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.comp.security.shorewall/660 . At ...
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UDP packet and firewall

I notice when I send udp packets from computer A to computer B, B can receive the upd packets correctly but if I send udp packets from computer B to computer A the udp packets are not received A and ...
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Multiple connection attempts per minute on udp port 1024 - What might be the cause?

Here's a small sample from my firewall log: Sep 24 14:51:04 server Shorewall:net2fw:DROP: IN=eth0 OUT= MAC=44:87:fc:8a:f2:c3:00:04:ed:dd:e6:4a:08:00 SRC=213.5.110.105 DST=10.1.1.3 LEN=131 TOS=00 ...
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Log is full of “stealth mode connection attempt”s

My daily log is full of messages like: 8/25/12 8:27:01.385 PM Firewall: Stealth Mode connection attempt to UDP 192.168.1.101:40959 from 109.254.109.20:1098 where 192.168.1.101 is IP of my mac. ...
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Can I get UDP Hole Punching with (any) VNC client to get around the local firewall/router?

I don't have access to the local internet router, so I'm unable to setup port forwarding on my lan connection. I'm just trying to find out if there is any way for me to get around my local router ...
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How to listen to all ports (udp and tcp) or make them all appear open in Debian

I got an external Debian server. The problem is that my university campus doesn't allow connections to go outside when the port is different than TCP port 22, 80, 443, or UDP port 123. I tested them ...
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UDP blocked by Windows XP Firewall when sending to local machine

I work for a software development company but the issue doesn't seem to be programming-related. Here is my setup: Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3, all updated Program that sends UDP ...
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What typically uses port 44380?

A company just asked me to open port 44380 in my firewall so that their software could work. This made me wonder... what is the customary use for port 44380?