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Hello everyone, I have eset smart security 8 on windows 8.1. I created a network wifi hotspot to share my connection with my smartphone using these commands:

netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=nome key=password keyUsage=persistent

netsh wlan start hostednetwork

The network works perfectly if and only if I disable the firewall eset, otherwise the firewall is blocking the connection to me and my smartphone can not navigate.
How can I fix?

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Have you tried switching the firewall to learning mode for a while until all necessary rules are created automatically?

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I'm facing same issue, I also set to learning mode but unable to connect.

Devices stucks in obtaining IP address.

This problem doesn't getting solve after disabling firewall :(

My Person firewall was working perfect when I was using Norton Security.

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I'm facing same issue, I also set to learning mode but unable to connect.

Devices stucks in obtaining IP address.

This problem doesn't getting solve after disabling firewall :(

My Person firewall was working perfect when I was using Norton Security.

 

Run the Firewall troubleshooting wizard to get a list of recently blocked communications and allow the desired one(s).

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I'm facing same issue, I also set to learning mode but unable to connect.

Devices stucks in obtaining IP address.

This problem doesn't getting solve after disabling firewall :(

My Person firewall was working perfect when I was using Norton Security.

Did you remove all traces of Norton Internet Security before installing Eset? That would include running its "cleaner tool" after uninstalling via the Windows method. 

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