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How can I do this?

For UDP it seems to work like this: udp:out:d=1_9000:d=0.0.0.0/0 but it doesn't seem to work when I change it to TCP and I need to enter a specific IP like tcp:out:d=25277:d=175.199.87.36 and tcp:in:d=25277:d=175.199.87.36.

Am I doing something wrong?

Basically, I need to allow ANY ip address access through a specific range of ports.

Thanks.

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It turns out that tcp:out:d=1_9000:d=0.0.0.0/0 is correct but the range I was entering was to much. I have entered my entire range in batches of 10,000 and it works fine.

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