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Configuring F-Secure Internet Security 2010 for Compatibility with Network Products

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Introduction

This document provides steps to configure F-Secure Internet Security 2010 to allow a connection with the product. You can perform these steps before or after installing the HP software.
NOTE:These procedures might reduce the security provided by your firewall.
Follow these steps to set change the F-Secure firewall to be compatible with the HP product.
  1. Click the F-Secure Internet Security icon () in the taskbar, or click the shortcut on your desktop to open the F-Secure Internet Security window.
  2. Click Settings. The Settings window displays.
  3. In the left column, click Network connections, and then select Firewall from the drop-down list.
  4. Click the Settings tab. The Settings window opens.
  5. From the Trusted network adapter drop-down list, select your connected LAN network adapter or your Wireless network adapter.
    NOTE:Selecting your LAN or Wireless adapter depends on the network connection from your computer to the HP product. If you are unsure about your network configuration, perform this step on both your LAN and Wireless network adapters.
  6. Click OK on the pop-up window to confirm the change.
    Your connected LAN adapter now displays in the Trusted network adapter drop-down list.
  7. Click OK. The main F-Secure window opens.
  8. Click Close to exit the F-Secure program
  9. Reboot your computer to save the changes.
Follow these steps to create two new services and a rule.

Step one: Add the first service

NOTE:Perform these steps before you install any HP software. When you install any HP software, click Allow on any pop-up windows that display to allow all processes.
  1. Click the F-Secure Internet Security icon () in the taskbar, or click the shortcut on your desktop to open the F-Secure Internet Security window.
  2. Click Settings. The Settings window displays.
  3. In the left column, click Network connections, and then select Firewall from the drop-down list.
  4. Click the Services tab, and then click Add. The Add new service window displays.
    Figure 1: Add new services
    Illustration of Add new services window
  5. Type a name for the first new service in the text box next to Name:.
  6. Select UDP(17) from the drop-down list next to Protocol:.
  7. Configure the Initiator ports:
    1. Click Edit to the right of Initiator ports:. The Add port/range window displays.
    2. Click the button next to Range:, and then type a range of numbers:
      • Windows XP: Type 1000-65535
      • Windows Vista or Windows 7: Type 9999-65535
    3. Click Add to list. The range of numbers that you typed displays in the Port list.
    4. Click the button next to Single:, type 427 in the text box, and then click Add to list. The number that you typed displays in the Port list.
    5. Click the button next to Single:, type 3702 in the text box, and then click Add to list. The number that you typed displays in the Port list.
    6. Click OK. The Add new service window displays.
  8. Configure the Responder ports:
    1. Click Edit to the right of Responder ports:. The Add port/range window displays.
    2. Click the button next to Range:, and then type a range of numbers:
      • Windows XP: Type 1000-65535
      • Windows Vista or Windows 7: Type 9999-65535
    3. Click Add to list. The range of numbers that you typed displays in the Port list.
    4. Click the button next to Single:, type 427 in the text box, and then click Add to list. The number that you typed displays in the Port list.
    5. Click the button next to Single:, type 3702 in the text box, and then click Add to list. The number that you typed displays in the Port list.
    6. Click OK. The Add new service window displays.
    7. Click the check box next to Allow multicasts, and then click OK. The Settings window displays.

Step two: Add the second service

  1. In the left column, click Network connections, and then select Firewall from the drop-down list.
  2. Click the Services tab, and then click Add. The Add new service window displays.
    Figure 2: Add new services
    Illustration of Add new services window
  3. Type a name for the second new service in the text box next to Name:.
  4. Select TCP(6) from the drop-down list next to Protocol:.
  5. Configure the Initiator ports:
    1. Click Edit to the right of Initiator ports:. The Add port/range window displays.
    2. Click the button next to Single:, type 9220 in the text box, and then click Add to list. The number that you typed displays in the Port list.
    3. Click the button next to Single:, type 9500 in the text box, and then click Add to list. The number that you typed displays in the Port list.
    4. Click the button next to Single:, type 8080 in the text box, and then click Add to list. The number that you typed displays in the Port list.
    5. Click the button next to Single:, type 443 in the text box, and then click Add to list. The number that you typed displays in the Port list.
    6. Click OK. The Add new service window displays.
  6. Configure the Responder ports:
    1. Click Edit to the right of Responder ports:. The Add port/range window displays.
    2. Click the button next to Single:, type 9220 in the text box, and then click Add to list. The number that you typed displays in the Port list.
    3. Click the button next to Single:, type 9500 in the text box, and then click Add to list. The number that you typed displays in the Port list.
    4. Click the button next to Single:, type 8080 in the text box, and then click Add to list. The number that you typed displays in the Port list.
    5. Click the button next to Single:, type 443 in the text box, and then click Add to list. The number that you typed displays in the Port list.
    6. Click OK. The Add new service window displays.
    7. Click OK. The Settings window displays.

Step three: Create a rule

Follow these steps to open the Firewall rule window, and then prepare to create a rule.
  1. Click Network connections, and then select Firewall from the drop-down list.
  2. Click the Rules tab, and then click Add. The Firewall rule window displays.
    HELPFUL HINT: From this point, the process to create a rule has five sub-steps. Steps display as 1/1 through 1/5 in the upper right corner of the Firewall rule window during the process. Look at the upper right corner of the Firewall rule window from time to time to take note of where you are in the process.

Sub-step 1/5

  1. Type a name for the rule next to Name:.
  2. Click the button next to Allow, and then click Next. 2/5 displays in the upper right corner.

Sub-step 2/5

  1. Click Custom, click Edit, and then click Next. The Addresses window displays.
  2. Select IP range from the Type: drop-down list.
  3. Type 192.168.0.0 in the From: text box, type 192.168.255.255 in the To: text box, and then click Add to list.
    The ranges that you typed display in the Address list.
    NOTE:Some home network routers might use a different IP address format. Example of less common formats are 10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.255 and 172.16.0.0 - 172.16.255.255. See your router documentation for the format that your network router uses.
  4. Click OK. The 2/5 window displays.
  5. Click Next. 3/5 displays in the upper right corner.

Sub-step 3/5

  1. Use the scroll bar on the right to scroll down to the names of the services that you previously created.
    NOTE:The examples that follow use the names HP Service1 and HP Service2.
  2. Click the icons under Direction until you see a double arrow between them.
    Figure 3: Click the icons under Direction
    Illustration of clicking the icons under Direction until a double arrow displays.
  3. Click Next. The 4/5 window displays.

Sub-step 4/5

  1. Click the button next to No alert to select the Alert type:, and then click Next. The 5/5 window displays.

Sub-step 5/5

  1. Make sure that the information that displays next to Services: is correct, and then click Finish. The Settings window displays.
  2. On the left side, click Network connections, click Firewall, and then click the Rules tab to make sure that the new rule you created displays in the list.
  3. Click the Services tab, make sure that the two rules you created display in the list, and then click OK. The F-Secure main window displays.
  4. Click Close to exit the F-Secure configuration, and then restart your computer.
    IMPORTANT: You must restart your computer in order for your changes to take effect.

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