Sickbeard does not set firewall rules #647

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nova77 commented Sep 8, 2013

Sickbeard runs on port 8081 which is not open by default if the firewall is on.
Either add a new rule or mention it in the readme.

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That's the case for all packages released by SynoCommunity. There's currently no support for firewall rules.
Moreover, one can customize SickBeard's port number.

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Diaoul commented Sep 8, 2013

That's the case for all packages released by SynoCommunity. There's currently no support for firewall rules.
Moreover, one can customize SickBeard's port number.

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See #145

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Diaoul commented Sep 8, 2013

See #145

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Awesome, thanks.

nova77 commented Sep 8, 2013

Awesome, thanks.

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Take a look at "Install Package Related Ports Information into DSM" in 3rd party apps developer guide.

If your package service uses specific ports for communication (e.g. Surveillance Station use ports 19997/udp for source port and 19998/udp for destination port), you should prepare a service configure file for this package to describe which ports are used. After that, once the user creates firewall rules or port forward rules from build-in application, your package service record will also be listed for selection.
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piwi82 commented Sep 8, 2013

Take a look at "Install Package Related Ports Information into DSM" in 3rd party apps developer guide.

If your package service uses specific ports for communication (e.g. Surveillance Station use ports 19997/udp for source port and 19998/udp for destination port), you should prepare a service configure file for this package to describe which ports are used. After that, once the user creates firewall rules or port forward rules from build-in application, your package service record will also be listed for selection.
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