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I am in college, behind firewall how to connect..
Posted 29 July 2006 - 01:59 PM
I even tried some free proxy server available on the Internet as I read on Internet, but could not help either.
Please help me.... how to do it...
Posted 29 July 2006 - 09:28 PM
I'd recommend you switch to Bittorrent and try BitComet since its the only client with a full version of NAT Traversial (set to auto detect) to get around firewalls.
Once ÂµTorrent gets their version out of the alpha stage switch to their client.
Posted 03 August 2006 - 08:40 PM
Frostwire and Bearshare both have good NAT Traversal implementations.
Whatever you do dont get the latest Bearshare though, if you plan on trying Bearshare get this one instead.
You should be careful though cause even if you get sharing working the network admins will still be able to see how much data is being transfered over your connection if you have to log into your LAN or you connect to the wall in your dormroom then they will know who you are. So if you get it working dont use it toooo much.
Posted 04 August 2006 - 04:50 AM
Use ARES Galaxy (Not ARES Lite) from http://aresgalaxy.sf.net/
The production and support for ARES Lite has been stopped a long time back. So chances are that you would end up with no connectivity. (Need More Reason?).
and Whilst using ARES Galaxy.. If your ports are blocked by System Admin.. dont worry.. just continue using. Ares Chooses a random port for listening and many TCP and UDP for transferreing. If that doest help you in connecting, just use a Proxy (free proxy doesnt help, get a better one) and set it up trough Control Panel > Network.
That should do the trick.
Posted 05 August 2006 - 04:40 PM
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Steve8, replying to a post that's two years old is called "necroposting", and is generally both pointless and frowned upon. It's even worse when you don't really have anything to add to that long-dead discussion. You should pay attention to the date of what you're replying to, and avoid necroposting.
Someone near the top found him annoying enough...
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