How to exclude application port in Quick Heal version 16.00
Posted by Himanshu Kathpal on 13 January 2015 05:37 PM
With Quick Heal version 16,you can now open/close ports as per your need.
Open Quick Heal Dashboard=>Go to Internet and Network=>Firewall Protection=>Traffic rules=>Configure.
Under Exceptions, click Add.
If you want to Create Reports and Display Alert Message for traffic rules,then kindly check box in front of Create Reports and Display Alert Message.Also, give a path where the report should be saved.
-On the Add/Edit Exception screen, type a name in the Exception Name text box and select a protocol. Click Next.
The protocol includes: TCP, UDP, and ICMP.
-Select a direction for traffic and then click Next.
Traffic direction includes: Inbound and Outbound. You can select either Inbound or Outbound or both as required.
-Under IP Address, type an IP address or IP range and then click Next.
If you select Any IP Addresses, you need not type an IP address as all IP addresses will be blocked.
-Under TCP/UDP Ports, type a port or port range and then click Next.
If you select All Ports, you need not type a port as all ports are selected.
-Under Action, select either Allow or Deny. Click Finish.
Add: To create an exception rule, click Add.
On the Add/Edit Exceptions page, type an exception rule name and then select one of the protocols from TCP, UDP, and ICMP.
Delete: You can delete an exception rule from the list. Select the rule and then click Delete.
Up: This button helps you to move the rule that you have selected up to arrange according to your preference.
Down: Helps you to move the rule that you have selected down to arrange according to your preference.
Default: Helps you to set the rules to default settings.
OK: Helps you save your settings
Cancel: Helps you cancel your settings and close the Configure Traffic Rule dialog.