Blocking Internet Gaming

Scott Francis darkuncle at darkuncle.net
Mon Jan 7 03:59:52 UTC 2002


On Sun, Jan 06, 2002 at 09:54:13PM -0500, james at james-web.net said:
[snip]
> But if a brand new packet is outbound to 29760, you know it is probably
> going to a Half Life server (I think that's the port).  So wouldn't it
> be wise to deny that?  Specifically it would be UDP 29760, not TCP.

TCP 27015/27016 by default

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