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Help needed in Opening Ports


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#1 leoliger

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Posted 30 May 2012 - 09:37 AM

I have been having this problem of my ports not opening. These ports specifically are 80 & 443. The problem has been troubling me for some time, where it is disrupting one of my programs to function properly. I have searched on the internet to find a solution by myself, but nothing has worked to open the ports. I have read tutorials, and forwarding ports in my router and still nothing. However, I think it was me on ticking a setting and it closed my ports, but I have no idea what it was, or how to undo the process. I checked the ports on www.canyouseeme.org to see if I opened the ports and even tried to open ports through the Windows firewall and still nothing. The only thing I haven't done is check with my ISP if they have blocked the ports, but I don't think that would be the case, as I went through 2 ISPs in the last six months and it has happened on both of them. So, finally after sometime, I decided to get help from this site as this site helped me get rid of the happli virus that was plaguing my system.

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Posted 30 May 2012 - 01:30 PM

Port 80 is HTTP and Port 443 is HTTPS. If your browsing the internet than they aren't blocking the ports.

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