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 From:  Hilton Travis <Hilton at QuarkAV dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] FW Rules to allow MSN / windows Messenger Voice
 Date:  Tue, 24 Feb 2004 08:59:33 +1000
Hi Dean,

On Mon, 2004-02-23 at 11:05, Dean Dorman wrote:
>   Been searching the forum and Googling for an answer but found none
>   yet.  I need to get m0n0wall v1.0 to permit voice chat thru windows messenger
>   4.7 or 5.0.  I set up some NAT and fw rules to allow certain ports:
>         UDP     *       *       192.168.1.6     2001 - 2120     NAT IM file transfer
>         TCP/UDP         *       *       192.168.1.6     6901    NAT IM Voice
>         UDP     *       *       192.168.1.6     6801    NAT IM Voice
>         TCP     *       *       192.168.1.6     6891 - 6895     NAT IM File Transfer
>         UDP     *       *       192.168.1.6     5000    NAT IM UPnP
>         TCP     *       *       192.168.1.6     3389    NAT IM
>         TCP     *       *       192.168.1.6     1603    NAT IM
>         
>   Now, on my old Coyote Linux fw using iptables, this seemed to work
>   on occaision. Figured FreeBSD and ipfilter is superior to iptables
>   so it should be easier to accomplish.  Probably is but I need
>   someone to point out the answer to me.  Please help.

Unless m0n0wall contains UPNP code, and/or has a H.323 gateway in it,
this will not work.

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