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Old 08-12-2004, 12:59 AM   #1
TheTweaker
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How to open UDP ports on suse 9.0 Pro firewall?


Ok I just got my server back to normal after having the firewall down for the past few weeks. (Long story on how I fixed it) And well i dont want my firewall down again...i almost though i was gonna half to reinstall and lose the DB's to all the web sites i host. And well i run a TeamSpeak server for my Counter-Strike/Day of Defeat clan and it requires UDP post 8767 to be open and i dont know how to open in on the suse built in firewall? i have gone in it and put it in the additional services when you configure the fire wall but no luck...i have looked around and not found much...Is their anyway to open the UDP port or should i find another firewall? I have heard and read about something called susefirewall2 or something like that...Thanks in advance!
 
  


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