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Hos to open / permit DNS SERVER acess throught ICF (internet connection firewall) in Windows 2003

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Hi all,

I start ICF in Windows 2003, it works well with services like Remote Desktop, HTTP and FTP, but, it doesn't works with DNS SERVER.

I try to make a new rule for DNS openning 53 UP but, it permits only 1 source port.... Are there any solution for this?
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DNS should only need 53 UDP and 53 TCP.

If you can't put them both in one rule try setting up two rules - one port in each rule.

Dave Dietz
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