Christopher M. Iarocci wrote:
> It appears from the log that your clients are trying to connect to
> port 3784, not 27960. I suggest you open that one instead. The
> source port is not important (your firewall rule should allow the
> source IP and ports to be any), and not consistant. It's the
> destination port you need to configure for, which from the logs, is
> 3784 UDP.
I tried this before posting to the list. Same eNAT and firewall rule for
port 3784. Why is it being blocked? This is why I'm having so much trouble.