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therock247uk

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No need to forward any ports to be able to connect to irc does this router have some kinda firewall that might be blocking out going connections on port 6667? also try using frack.wyldryde.org ports 4400/7029/1755/7070 to connect?
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Can you tell me what revision of the router you have (it will probably be mentioned on the bottom of the router) a few revisions of the router can run DD-WRT. Which is an aftermarket firmware that could solve our problems. In general though I have seen a lot of bad things about this router online.
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The revision f my routern is D-1
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Ugh, it seems like that one is not supported either. HOnestly, the problem is with your router and I have no clue what else to try.
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i have the exact same problem... my modem is also a d-link so i think your on the right track with this modem theory.

i cant use any software but there is a browser based client that will at least let you use irc its called mibbit. (it workes for me atleast)
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They might have a firmware update available for your router, if you feel comfortable doing that. That has usually solved my friends' problems with wireless routers.
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Well my router is no longer supported online so im not actually sure how to update the firmware on my router

Edited by Oblivionon360, 24 January 2009 - 10:31 PM.

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