Battle.Net Problem

Hallo zusammen,

Ich habe ein Problem mit meinem Battle.net Client.
Vielleicht sieht jemand von euch einen fehler oder hat noch eine idee dies zu lösen.

Ich habe alle angegebenen Ports von Blizzard freigegeben und entsprechende Webfilter Regeln angewandt, trotzdem bis jetzt ohne Erfolg.

Daher hoffe ich, das mir hier jemand mit dem Problem helfen kann.

Folgende Netzkonfiguration wird angewandt

Fritzbox--->-Wanport der Utm—>Internes Netz der UTM

 Freigegebene Ports und co. siehe screenshot

Jetzt das sozusagen grundlegende Problem Trotz freigabe bekommt der Client keine Verbindung aufgebaut im life log ist nur zu sehen das Port 137 blockiert wird.

Ich bedanke mich schonmal im vorraus für alle antworten^^

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  • Hi ,

    Thank you for reaching out to Sophos Community.

    Breakdown of TCP/UDP ports used each of blizzard games

    ===================================================

    These are the NETBIOS requests coming on the broadcast IP of the UTM LAN interface.

    Do you see any denied events in http.log for source machine 192.168.2.2?

    Please check afc.log to see if any application signature denying traffic to battel.net

    You may follow the steps below to check log events.

    ==> Login to Shell

    utm:/root # tail -f /var/log/http.log | grep -i "192.168.2.2"

    utm:/root # tail -f /var/log/afc.log | grep -i "192.168.2.2"

    Try to bypass the source machine from web protection and check if it connects to battel.net or not.

    Thanks,
    Yash Kothari
    Community Support Engineer | Sophos Technical Support
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  • Hi  Yash Kothari,

    ich denke ich mache etwas falsch. Der afc.log existiert nicht unter dieser angabe.

    Wenn ich es falsch eigegeben habe bitte nochmal genauer erklären, wie ich das genau finde.

    Aber Trotzdem Vielen Dank für die antwort.

  • Hi ,

    You'll find afc.log in var/log directory.

    Thanks,
    Yash Kothari
    Community Support Engineer | Sophos Technical Support
    Sophos Support Videos | Product Documentation | @SophosSupport | Sign up for SMS Alerts
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  • Hallo,

    Herzlich willkommen hier in der Community !

    (Sorry, my German-speaking brain isn't creating thoughts at the moment. Frowning2)

    In WebAdmin in 'Logging & Reporting >> View Log Files', look for the "Application Control" log to see afc.log.

    Alone among the logs, the Firewall Live Log presents abbreviated information in a format easier to read quickly.  Usually, you can't troubleshoot without looking at the corresponding line from the full Firewall log file.  Please post one line corresponding to the "interesting" line in the above.  If you prefer, obfuscate IPs like 84.XX.YY.121, 10.X.Y.100, 192.168.X.200 and 172.2X.Y.51.  That lets us see immediately which IPs are local and which are identical or just in the same subnet.

    MfG - Bob (Bitte auf Deutsch weiterhin.)

     
    Sophos UTM Community Moderator
    Sophos Certified Architect - UTM
    Sophos Certified Engineer - XG
    Gold Solution Partner since 2005
    MediaSoft, Inc. USA
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  • Hallo,

    Herzlich willkommen hier in der Community !

    (Sorry, my German-speaking brain isn't creating thoughts at the moment. Frowning2)

    In WebAdmin in 'Logging & Reporting >> View Log Files', look for the "Application Control" log to see afc.log.

    Alone among the logs, the Firewall Live Log presents abbreviated information in a format easier to read quickly.  Usually, you can't troubleshoot without looking at the corresponding line from the full Firewall log file.  Please post one line corresponding to the "interesting" line in the above.  If you prefer, obfuscate IPs like 84.XX.YY.121, 10.X.Y.100, 192.168.X.200 and 172.2X.Y.51.  That lets us see immediately which IPs are local and which are identical or just in the same subnet.

    MfG - Bob (Bitte auf Deutsch weiterhin.)

     
    Sophos UTM Community Moderator
    Sophos Certified Architect - UTM
    Sophos Certified Engineer - XG
    Gold Solution Partner since 2005
    MediaSoft, Inc. USA
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