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#1 Momoo

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Posted 01 April 2017 - 03:20 PM

Hello Everyone,

 

I would like to have some assistance concerning some problem which i am having with my company`s network. 

 

So the thing is i have a laptop which is working perfectly fine with the My home WI-FI, however when i go to work i take it with me than in my free time i try to download something from Torrent or Connect to Steam or Origin but it does not connect, even though i have everything working Youtube,  Facebook etc... i can browse freely, if someone can be of some help please i`d appreciate it 

 

Thank you very much 



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Posted 01 April 2017 - 04:45 PM

More than likely your network administrator has those sites blocked for security purposes. You'll need to discuss how to work within the corporate policy to gain access on your personal machine with the network administrator. We can't help you bypass what ever security is in place at your place of employment.

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#3 Momoo

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Posted 01 April 2017 - 06:08 PM

i don`t think that`s the case since i literally tried some +18 sites just to check if there are any specific website blocked by them and it worked and every single website that i have tried so far worked without a problem the only thing is the connection in  origin, steam and torrent`s servers which does not connect and when i try to see the ping in the command prompt  it always says request time out and after 4 times it says 100% loss of internet 


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Posted 01 April 2017 - 09:25 PM

Again, you'll need to discuss this with your network administrator.

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