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instructions for opening inbound and outgoing port 82

Posted on 2014-01-30
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what are steps to open public profile port on windows server 2008


I just see inbound block outgoing allow

want to allow webtraffic on port 82 so www can see my folders

firewall state
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by:davorin
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On the left side (outside your posted pucture) you have an option "inbound rules".
Create a new rule for port 82 and specify that it is valid for public profile.

You can hepl yourself with this link:
http://www.2x.com/blog/2010/04/tech/configuring-the-windows-server-2008-r2-firewall-to-open-ports-for-2x-solutions/ 
(it is case for opening port 20002, instead use your needed port.)
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by:rgb192
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please help me allow wamp


next question:
tcp or udp port
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by:rgb192
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Did I answer your question properly? Should I provide more documentation?
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davorin earned 500 total points
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Sorry, I have not checked EE for some time.
With WAMP you mean Windows, Apache, MySQL, and PHP?
It depends on your configuration. Normal http (web traffic) uses tcp port 80.
So if you are using port 82 I guess it would be tcp 82.
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by:rgb192
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82 is now open to the public.  thanks.
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