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12-13-2007, 08:42 AM
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X-Kal Wrote:No, I doubt you're the only one. It's just that... I'm not sure how to solve this, aside from a new release (though I have VERY little proxy experience, too)...

I wonder if anyone at the IRC channel knows... I'll give that a try, too.

irc.whatnet.org @ #pulse

Let's see, If I CAN connect to IRC, using my tunnel.

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12-13-2007, 08:55 AM
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Ok... Big Grin I will have to ask questions on IRC @ home.
I can't even download mirc, because the firewall defines Mirc.exe as unsafe software/trojan. :{.

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12-13-2007, 02:34 PM
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Here you can chat:

http://whatpulse.org/chat/

I think you need java or something, I hope you have Tongue

I hate cheaters :evil:

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12-14-2007, 08:59 PM
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Pimorez Wrote:Here you can chat:

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I think you need java or something, I hope you have Tongue

It still requires communication over a different port. (6667 if I remember correctly).

:frown:

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12-15-2007, 07:26 AM
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Jeez... I still haven't encountered this kind of strict security anywhere yet.

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01-14-2008, 07:24 AM
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X-Kal Wrote:Jeez... I still haven't encountered this kind of strict security anywhere yet.

There are a LOT of companies, who use security like this. That's because it's the best. You block EVERYTHING and then set up rules for things you like to allow.

They allow any traffic on the 80 port here, but as soon as it gets port specific, a rule has to be made. In this rule, the exception port and destination IP address are set up, to go through security.

I allready asked my network admnistrator, he didn't see any educational reasons, as to allow whatpulse, and therefore, I'm screwed.

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