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How to filter TCP port 4662 by 2611?

i just want to try it, the access-list doesn't work for the filter. anyway, i just want to try.

ok, sometimes, i download something with EMULE, you can download emule from emule-project.net, it is a good software. the port details is, or you can get it from http://emule-project.net/faq/ports.htm

Ports

The following list shows the ports used by eMule when using it's default settings. If you change anything in Preferences -> Connection you will have to take the changes into account when configuring your firewall or router.

1) Local Port: 4662

Remote Port: any

Protocol: TCP

Direction: incoming

Purpose: Client Port / Connections from other clients, Client to Client Source Exchange

Note: You can change this port in Preferences -> Connection -> Client Port

This port has to be forwarded in a router. Changing this port in Preferences you must also change the forwarding in the router

2) Local Port: any

Remote Port: 4662

Protocol: TCP

Direction: outgoing

Purpose: Client Port / Connections to other clients, Client to Client Source Exchange

Note: 4662 is the default port, but other clients may have different settings. Change the remote port to any when configuring a firewall

3) Local Port: 4672

Remote Port: any

Protocol: UDP

Direction: incoming

Purpose: Clients source asking / extended eMule protocol, Queue Rating, File Reask Ping

Note: This port has to be forwarded in a router. Changing this port in Preferences you must also change the forwarding in the router.

If you are not able to forward this port check the disable box in Preferences -> Connection -> UDP Port

4) Local Port: any

Remote Port: 4672

Protocol: UDP

Direction: outgoing

Purpose: Clients source asking / extended eMule protocol, Queue Rating, File Reask Ping

Note: 4672 is the default port, but other clients may have different settings. Change the remote port to any when configuring a firewall

5) Local Port: any

Remote Port: 4661

Protocol: TCP

Direction: outgoing

Purpose: Connection to server

Note: 4661 is the default port of a server. Many server use different ports. Configuring a firewall the remote port again changes to any.

6) Local Port: any

Remote Port: 4665

Protocol: UDP

Direction: outgoing / (incoming)

Purpose: Source asking on servers , searching for files

Note: Servers using the default port 4661 TCP (see #5) automatically set their port for source asking to 4665 UDP. If a server uses a different port in #5 the corresponding UDP port is set to [Connection Port + 4]. For firewalls the remote port here is any.

UDP is a connectionless protocol, i.e. unlike TCP no connection is kept alive. If a server answers e.g. a source request this answer is treated as a new connection. All commonly used routers and firewalls in the home computer sector perform an UDP connection tracking therefore it is not necessary to specify an incoming port for UDP in the router's or firewall's configuration. More complex networks, especially if proxy servers are used, may require to define this local port to configure the router / firewall / proxy accordingly or to disable it at all if it is not possible to control them. It is possible to set this port in Preferences -> Preferences.ini but there is usually no need to change it.

7) Local Port: 4711

Remote Port: any

Protocol: TCP

Direction: incoming

Purpose: Web Interface

Note: This is the default port for the web interface. When using a router this port has to be forwarded or no connection to the web interface will be possible.

now, when i use emule, the internet access speed is very very very slow, i think because emule waste a lots of bandwith, in my 2611, i want to filter the outgoing packets. if possible, i can only download something with emule and no upload with it.

how to realize it in 2611?

thanks

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