All of these address's were allowed and everything else is blocked. Game works perfectly for 2 solid weeks. Now I am unable to connect unless the LAN address's from my computer to gateway are open on UDP Port 53???
Here are the address/port ranges required for Star Trek Online: GameClient.exe as well as Star Trek Online.exe
STO IPV4 address's :
184.108.40.206-255 / 220.127.116.11-255
Ports 7000-7500 / Port 80 - All TCP no UDP.
Anyone have any idea why I suddenly can no longer connect unless im allowing UDP traffic on the LAN Address's?
I should also mention svchost should be the only port opening on UDP port 53. Not Star Trek Online.exe or GameClient.exe. Its almost as if my connection has been proxied remotely.
Also I have noticed IP 18.104.22.168 Has been trying to receive thousands of requests from the LAN on destination ports 5060-5062 as well as achieving connections on port 443. The whois lookup suggest it is Vivoxinc.
NetRange 22.214.171.124 - 126.96.36.199
Is this an address for STO?? Or is it a GameTracker?? Just curious to see if this is legit as it doesnt seem too conform to the port ranges and address's listed for STO.