|Mar 5, 2011, 03:10 PM||#1|
Redirect Outgoing Ports in OS X (Snow Leopard)?
So I have a bit of a problem, and I'm on a semi-tight deadline to solve it (7:30pm CST), so I did the best thing I knew how: Turn to my fellow MacRumors Members for advice!
I'm broadcasting an event on LiveStream this evening and I have run into a bit of a hiccup. My internet connection for the event is a University network, and it would appear that they have some outgoing ports that I need open blocked. The LiveStream Procaster application has the following in its support documentation:
My question is if there is a way within OS X to redirect all of my outgoing traffic intended for ports 80 and 1935 to ports that I know to be open.
Any help would be super appreciated!
|Mar 6, 2011, 05:45 PM||#3|
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