Unlike many home users, I have an actual firewall protecting my internet connection. And unlike many businesses I've worked with, I want the tightest security possible, not just An-Any-Allow as is so depressingly common. I've managed to do so, but not without a few hiccups along the way. Here are a few of the extra ports and rules I've had to create.

So these rules and ports mentioned below are beyong the "typical" ports needed for Web Browsing (80 and 443, maybe 8080), DNS (53), and FTP/SSH/Telnet (21, 22, 23) and the other "usual" suspects.

 

Playstation Network (PSN)

TCP Ports:

80, 8080, 443, 465, 993, 3478, 3479, 3480, 5223, 

UDP Ports:

3478, 3479

 

Battle.net

TCP and UDP Ports:

1119-1120, 3724, 4000. 6112-6119

 

Google Push

TCP Ports:

5228-5230

 

Path of Exile

TCP Ports:

6112, 8095, 12995, 20481, 32768-61000

 

Steam

TCP Ports:

80, 443

TCP and UDP Ports:

27015-27030

 

101.ru Android App

TCP Port:

8000

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