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Guard dog is a great program. But can I give some applications "trusted" status? Like bittorrent. It uses many random ports as evidenced by my syslog of dropped packets. :\. ...
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    Guard dog is a great program. But can I give some applications "trusted" status? Like bittorrent. It uses many random ports as evidenced by my syslog of dropped packets. :\. I'm using Ktorrent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZakaqerE View Post
    Guard dog is a great program. But can I give some applications "trusted" status? Like bittorrent. It uses many random ports as evidenced by my syslog of dropped packets. :\. I'm using Ktorrent.
    Don't know about trusted status for programs but you could try using ports within a range eg 6881:6889 for ktorrent in the Advanced Tab.

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