|May 28, 2008, 06:13 PM||#1|
How do I access the Firewall to open ports in Leopard??
I'm trying to setup a Web Disc from Hobohosting.com(my web hosting service) to my computer. Suppose to be easier to upload files to the server, just drag & drop them.
The next step of the process is to open the secure WebDisc icon on my desktop, which has appeared. When I do this I get a pop up saying press "Run" to run this script or Quit. I press "Run" then another pop up saying "You must accept the servers certificate to be able to connect! Please try again"
It did mention on the Hobohosting web site that the firewall needs to allow ports 2078(SSL) or 2077(non SSL). Is this what I need to do to enable the Web Disk?
If so how do I find the firewall settings to enable these in Leopard?
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