The IP address is multicast.
In Kerio block local ports 5000 for TCP and 1900 for UDP. Best, block all local ports 5000 and up, except permit DNS full range.
In XP SSDP service depends on uPnP so you may need to shut this one first. Then shut down uPnP.
Over at brodband is old Kerio advices, for instance herehttp://www.dslreports.com/forum/kerio~filter=Kerio+2.x
Likewise, at Wilders where this guide to firewalls is very, very good
Look for this heading "Customizing Firewall Rules" by CrazyM in herehttp://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=24415
On one of those is/was a user using 98 and loving it.
Hunt through posts from round 2006. They're still valid. The internet hasn't changed yet
Edit: Please, remember, Kerio is a rule-based firewall, unlike ZA. If you need more information, this tutorial is also excellenthttp://www.urs2.net/rsj/computing/kerio/index.html
Edited by tos226, 15 August 2009 - 09:27 PM.