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LordGanon666

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Well, my description pretty much describes my problem. I am currently having an issue with my internet in that i am struggling with certain programs and services. For instance, i use Outlook Express for my emails and can receive emails just fine but i cannot send them. Also, i cannot connect to servers on Ventrilo and i cannot even access the team speak client on-line. :) :) I have pinged various websites but all have provided me with a request timed out all 4 times. If ne1 can help me, reply ASAP
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are you using any firewall software? Have you tried updating the firmware on your Wireless router?
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i am using comodo firewall and im not sure what you mean by updating the firmware. :)

Edited by LordGanon666, 15 November 2007 - 09:47 AM.

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well it sounds like a firewall issue and not a router issue. Try disabling your firewall and see what happens.

what is the exact model of your router?
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ah well, i have disabled my firewall before and it had no effect. :) .
my card is a D-Link AirPlus G DI-524 Wireless Router.
Hope this helps!
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