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Opening ports on Mac OS X 1.5.2

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Please help me opening ports on mac 10.5.2 for e.g. port 5060. I searched over internet but its somewhat different settings what i found on searching .

Moreover when i open terminal to run "nmap" command it says command not found. Is it not installed or else??

Thanks in advance

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You'll need to do this in your ADSL router as well, What is the Brand and Model Number of your router?
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I think in 10.5.2 version apple introduced 2 kinda firewalls, one that works @ kernel level for more fine grained setting and other @ application layer.

Can't i just now allow one application??? Moreover settings for firewall is now moved to security , which is different w.r.t earlier one .

Actually i m using a sip phone X-Lite which needs port 5060 to be opened and forwarded to accept outgoing and incoming media packets and requests .

Can you now help??
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The router name = Scientific Atlanta DPC2100R2

help guys
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