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Opening ports super hub 3 for streaming

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Re: Opening ports super hub 3 for streaming

Hello

If you are streaming from your connection then these ports will already be open, the only ones VM block are

TCP & UDP ports 135, 137, 138, 139 – Used by the NetBIOS service

NetBIOS services allow file sharing over a local network. When exposed to the Internet, it can be exploited to carry out malicious activities such as Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks or to gain unauthorised access to systems on a local network.

TCP & UDP port 445 – Used by the SMB protocol

Port 445 is vulnerable to a number of attacks which target vulnerabilities in systems running file-sharing services. This port is used by various malware strains to gain entry to a network, namely the WannaCry and Nimda malware variants.

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Re: Opening ports super hub 3 for streaming

ah right they told me to try that as its for a seperate source to stream too to help my stream quality

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Hello

I understand but port forwarding is for incoming connections only outgoing connections don't use it.

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