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Router or ISP problem

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I used to use NIS 2006 until the activation ran out. So I went and got a Linksys RT-41BU router. Everything works fine, but now when I *try* to connect to a p2p, it never works. I've had a few people help me out by enabling the DMZ, but that hasn't helped. Do you think the ISP might have blocked these p2p ports? They've already blocked torrent ports :tazz: If it's not the ISP, could somebody msg me on AIM (removed) and help me out in real-time configuring the router?

Edited by coachwife6, 18 March 2006 - 01:02 PM.

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Geeks to Go does not assist with problems associated with P2P programs because of the problems they cause to your machine. This topic is closed.
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