Setting up Windows 10 Pro Firewall

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1 Setting up Firewall on Windows 10 Pro

1.1 How to add rules

  1. Windows Start Menu Search bar > "Windows Defender Firewall with Advanced Security".
  2. Select Inbound rules. (left side)
  3. Action > New Rule
  4. Select Port & click Next.
  5. Select TCP/UDP option.
  6. Specific port field set of ports as described below & click Next.
  7. Select option "Allow the connection" & click Next. (Connections protected by IPsec and not)
  8. Select Domain, Private and Public & click Next.
  9. Enter name as mentioned in port list below.

1.2 Rules to Add

  • Client Hosted Server:
    1. "All local ports" under UDP option - Name: "All UDP Ports"
    2. "80, 443, 2500, 3389, 4430, <sshport>" (replace <sshport> with server ssh port) - Name: "NEOSYS Standard Ports"
  • NEOSYS Hosted Server:
    1. "4430-4499" - Name: "NEOSYS HTTPS"
    2. "19580" - Name: "NEOSYS SSH"
    3. "19485" - Name: "Nagios NSclient"
    4. In section above "How to add rules", step 6, choose "All local Ports" - Name: "d:\apache24\bin\httpd.exe"