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MAMP Pro Apache not work when eset firewall enabled

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Hello,

I am facing issue with MAMP Pro Apache.

When my eset firewall is on, localhost is not opening. But when I disable the firewall, every thing works good.

I tried adding rule for mamp pro, still not work.

Thanks.

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In automatic mode non-initiated inbound communication is blocked. Create a rule for inbound communication with the local port 80 and 443 while leaving the remote IP address and port unset.

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Thank you.

Please review the attached screenshot.

I created a rule for port 80 like:

Application: All Application
Action: Allow
Direction: Both
Protocol: TCP & UDP
Ports: Local
Local Port: 80
Destination: Entire Internet

And the local site are working smoothly.

Could you please suggest me if I need to each ports separately like for 443, and 4200 for angular, 8080 for anther service etc.

Thanks.

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What about adding ports "80,443" instead of http?

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Comma separated ports are not accepted by eset.

Like I tried 80,443,3306 but it does not accepted.

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Any solution for my problem?

Please help me.

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Posted (edited)
On 5/31/2020 at 3:02 PM, prayas said:

Comma separated ports are not accepted by eset.

Like I tried 80,443,3306 but it does not accepted.

Make multiple rules with seperate port each for the same application so you will have them multiple

seperating ports by comma should work as far as I know.

Will that work?

Edited by Nightowl

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