Access restrictions for web and core compnents only

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by dsm1212, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. dsm1212

    dsm1212 LI Guru Member

    A while back I found that if I restricted UDP/TCP 1024-65536 it would let the endpoint PC keep running and not do much more than browse the web. I swear that worked at the time with XP, but when I went back to use it again with a vista pc, vista won't connect properly to the internet. It says "local only" and browsers can't connect. I found a MS web site that says there are ports used by the OS up to 4500 so I changed it to block 4600-65535 and it still won't connect. Anyone have an idea why this is happening? DHCP works and the system shows up in the device list, but Vista isn't satisfied. Can I get the router to log the restricted ports as they happen?


  2. mstombs

    mstombs Network Guru Member

    I wonder if this relates to the big change everyone made to the way DNS works - with source-port randomization?
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