Problem with your message tacked onto someone else's is we have no clue what you're talking about.
What is it that doesn't help?
What is 8:53?
Some firewalls are setup so they don't bother you. Some might be full of holes
This one (and many other good ones of course) permits you to setup things correctly with the aid of an excellent User guide and alerts.
Just FYI, when I installed, the only 4 "X" blocks were on "Other ICMP" which is as it should be.
Make sure you permit ping and tracert, they're needed. Justy deny in from the internet as it's pointless.
Permit what you need.
Do you trust your wireless section of the router? if yes, tell SPF so.
If not, Make sure the router is secured with a password, MAC address filtering is on, WPA is setup to encryption. Then tell SPF you trust it.
SPF should add netbios for you on the Applications list once trusted zones are ok. Just deny internet in and out, permit trusted.
Given that you can log every event in the SPF, perhaps if you post few entries, the exact ones pertaining to the one problem you have (whatever it is, not described here), someone might be able to help.
The logs are in the Logs directory under program files and Sunbelt. Use the Network log to find what to paste here.
I assume you trialed this firewall before buying. Did it work? Did it stopped working after you bought it?