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#1 waelkd

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Posted 18 November 2006 - 02:52 PM

k guys here's the problem i am behind my isp firewall,i tried everything from tunnels to u name it ,and its aint working ,the thing is i wanago for world of warcraft but it seems that the gamming port is closed,so 1st question any way to get around the firewall.
and 2nd question if i wana change my port numbers like istead of using telnet on port 23 change it to use it on port 40,the only program that i read about was port magic but for some reason i cant download it from anywhere .
thats help any help will be appreciated

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Posted 19 November 2006 - 12:02 PM

The first question I cannot help you with, since you are admitting to wanting to defeat a systems security settings. Sorry.
On the second part of your question you can find the information you need at DSLWebServer. They specialize in server settings from residential HSI (High Speed Internet) connections, such as ADSL, Cable, ISDN, Satellite, and fractional T-1.
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