Can I check you really mean *source* ports?
Default bcapi installed filter is for all *destination* ports.

Source Interface Type: Interface
Source Interface: NTL-PUBLIC (Public)
Source Circuit:


Destination Interface Type: Interface
Destination Interface: <All Interfaces>
Destination Circuit:


Packet Type: dynamic/tcp Protocol: TCP
Src Port(s): <All> Dest Port(s): 1024-65535
ACK Bit Filtering: Disabled Stateful Filtering: Disabled


Src Addr Type: Any Address
Src IP Address:
Dest Addr Type: Host
Dest IP Address: 212.43.182.2
Logging: Disabled
Comment: Added by BCAPI to allow incoming traffic
throu ...

CSL wrote:
> hi Anderw,
>
> the point is that if it is loaded because it is needed by some of

the
> feature you are using, then it will reload (and you shouldn't be

able to
> just unload it!).
> If it is not needed, I am not sure why it was loaded in the first

place.
>
> To be on the safe side I would change one of the packet filter

exception
> created by thefault in the server, as follows.
>
> remove the dynamic/tcp exception and create two packet filter

exceptions
> as follows
>
> packet type Tcp source port 1024-1999
> source interface: public
> dest interfacE: public
> source IP address: public IP address of BM
> dest IP address: any
>
> packet type Tcp source port 2001-65535
> source interface: public
> dest interfacE: public
> source IP address: public IP address of BM
> dest IP address: any
>
> This will do.
>
> --
> Cat
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>
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