Logmein QOS settings

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by gregg098, Jul 30, 2008.

  1. gregg098

    gregg098 LI Guru Member

    Anyone know a good way to add Logmein to my QoS rules? It seems to connect to the remote PC on some random ports, both TCP and UDP. I always thought it just used 443.

  2. i1135t

    i1135t Network Guru Member

    Have you tried using the 'netstat -a' command from command prompt in a Windows machine? It will tell you what local/remote ports are being used. You can also try download TCPview from the Sysinternals Suite, and see what specific ports the Logmein application is using.

    From there, you can then set the QoS for that app. Have fun...
  3. gregg098

    gregg098 LI Guru Member

    From what Ive noticed, it seems to be pretty random. I was hoping someone has noticed a port range or some other distinguishing characteristic of Logmein.
  4. gregg098

    gregg098 LI Guru Member

    For anyone else who uses Logmein and wondered this, I found the answer.

    Logmein uses port 2002 as default for connections. Your rule should be for a destination port 2002. This port can be changed by connecting to the computer (via logmein) and going into the preferences before opening the remote desktop connection.
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