So the is the opposite of what people usually as in these types of forums LOL.
To comply with someone for something we need to block the incoming ports 443 and 60443, just the incoming, if we block the outgoing nobody can access https
I can get into the router (Comcast supplied business router, says "Technicolor" on it) but want to make sure I do it correctly.
Hello, how are you? I hope my reply finds you at a good time and your Sunday has been a good one! It sounds like your service is working and you are able to log into the modem, which is good. Support with ports is past our demarcation for assistance but I want to make sure we do all we can. If your service is not online or if you are not able to get into the modem, please let us know.
Awesome, thanks for your understanding and for using forums. I am sure our community will provide some useful insight. I have also seen customers get support with these functions by contacting the modem manufacturer. Good luck!
Hi, Dave! Happy Friday to you! Just in case you aren’t already aware, for the protection of the network and our customers, Comcast Business Internet does block certain ports. For more details, please feel free to click on the following link to see which ports are blocked and why. https://comca.st/3o5AnOL
Hi there! You're in good hands and I will own this Issue for you and ensure that I provide the best help I can today. All I need is your full name, account number (follow link https://comca.st/2HaeEE7, account number is at the top right)and address including city, state, and zip code exactly how it reflects on the bill, and I can help you with whatever questions or concerns you may have. Once I verify your account, I can work on blocking the ports for you right away.
Absolutely! Sorry for the oversight! Please click on my handle (Comcast_Gina) or Robert's and send a private message with your name, the business name, the complete service address (including city, state, ZIP, suite number, etc), and the phone or account number.