To forward your port through Kaspersky, save this text as port.ini:
[azureus.exe]App=[YOUR PATH]CommandLine=UseCommandLine=0Name=DNS ServiceEnable=1Allow=1Log=0Warning=0Protocol=UDPDirection=OutboundStreamRemotePort=53Name=Allow TCP Connections [IN] ([YOUR PORT])Enable=1Allow=1Log=0Warning=0Protocol=TCPDirection=InboundStreamLocalPort=[YOUR PORT]Name=Allow TCP Connections [OUT] (Ephemeral)Enable=1Allow=1Log=0Warning=0Protocol=TCPDirection=OutboundStreamLocalPort=1024-5000Name=Allow UDP Packets [IN/OUT] (Ephemeral, [YOUR PORT])Enable=1Allow=1Log=0Warning=0Protocol=UDPDirection=InboundOutboundLocalPort=1024-5000, [YOUR PORT]
Where [YOUR PATH] should be replaced with the full path to your Azureus executable, and [YOUR PORT] is replaced with the port Azureus listens on. Save the above (with the proper information filled in) as a INI file using a plain text editor (such as Notepad -- not Microsoft Word or the likes) and import it into Kaspersky's firewall rules.
Okay i tried to import, but kaspersky said that it could not find connot find application Azureus, do you want to find it manually, but could not find it?
watt do i do?
i have replaced my path and port