TL-WDR4300 blocking outgoing Ports

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TL-WDR4300 blocking outgoing Ports
TL-WDR4300 blocking outgoing Ports
2014-11-14 08:04:57
Region : Austria

Model : TL-WDR4300

Hardware Version : V1

Firmware Version : 3.14.1 Build 140916 Rel.67118n

ISP :


Hi,

I am hoping you can help me. I started playing Destiny on my PS3 and I live on the campus of my university which is (someway) also my Internet Provider. The thing is that you cannot use P2P-Software because you will get blocked by the Provider because they think it can be a (D)DOS attack. To keep this short here is what I want to ask:
how can I change the settings of my TL-WDR4300 so it blockes the outgoing UDP packets of my PS3 to port 1200?

Apperently this would solve the problem (see here the blog of a student from munich who has the same problems http://andrekohn.org/2014/09/11/destiny-lrz-net/).

I have to admit that I am not really knowledgable about those things. I tried to google how to activate Telnet and directly change the settings (I do know that the guy on blog uses a FritzBox) but I didnt find something I could understand. Your help would be appreciated. Thank you for your help.

P.S. i am using Windows 7 to access the router
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Re:TL-WDR4300 blocking outgoing Ports
2014-11-14 09:03:49
On webpage of WDR4300, go to Security---Advanced Security and there is "Enable UDP-FLOOD Filtering". Is it what you need?
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Re:TL-WDR4300 blocking outgoing Ports
2014-11-15 00:05:47
First thank you for your answer Ada. It wasn't really what I was searching for still i will try it - maybe it will solve my problem.

Just fyi i meant something like this (quoting the blog):
" # deny all UDP packets from host 192.168.178.90 (static IP of the PS3) to any host if target port equals 1200
deny udp host 192.168.178.90 any eq 1200 "

First line is his explanation what is going on - the second what he is writing down in the firewall settings (he opened firewall settings of his FritzBox with his telnet access to edit a file). I was hoping there is something like that on webpage without accessing it with telnet and editting a file.
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