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    Default Port Forwarding - Star Craft

    My son just receive the latest Star Craft game. I cannot get it to connect so he can play on line. Accordeing to Blizzard, the game manufacture, I need to forward ports 3724, 6112,6113, 6114 and 4000 to the machine it is installed. This is not working.
    If I remove untangle from the network, and just use my Belkin Router, with the ports forwarded, it runs fine.

    Thanks for any suggestions.

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    Verify TCP/UDP
    And look at protocol control app (if installed) if the game-or other from blizzard-is listed and blocking.
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    You could try making very specific bypass rules for the ports.

    Also I know from playing WoW that most of the ports are TCP, I know 3724,6112 are and I would assume 6113,6114 are also. 4000 I am not sure about.
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    post your port forward and firewall rules up and well tell you if they are good or not.
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    I can play other Blizzard Games, so the connection to battle net seems fine.
    Here are the current settings
    Condition : Destined Local, Protocol TCP, Destination Port 3724, New Destination 192.168.0.131, New Port 3724
    Condition : Destined Local, Protocol TCP, Destination Port 4000, New Destination 192.168.0.131, New Port 4000
    Condition : Destined Local, Protocol TCP, Destination Port 6114, New Destination 192.168.0.131, New Port 6114
    Condition : Destined Local, Protocol TCP, Destination Port 6113, New Destination 192.168.0.131, New Port 6113
    Condition : Destined Local, Protocol TCP, Destination Port 6112, New Destination 192.168.0.131, New Port 6112

    Does the order make any difference?

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    One thing I forgot to mention, I have turned everything off on my Rack, and it has made no difference.

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    did you get that info from phone support?

    "The firewall or router will need to allow unrestricted communication on TCP and UDP Port numbers 1119 and 1120. StarCraft II Battle.net connection utilizes TCP while the Voice Chat features use UDP."

    us.blizzard.com/support/article.xml?locale=en_US&articleId=26224

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