Unblock P2P Ports on Campus Internet

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  1. ccc3d macrumors newbie

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    How...how in the hell do you unblock the p2p ports on a college campus....ive been experimenting for months and nothing works. Please if anyone knows how to unblock ports that are controlled through a campus internet provider please tell me....im about to take a hammer to their stupid a** "frank" server.
     
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  4. mactastic macrumors 68040

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    Isn't unblocking ports that you're not authorized to unblock a no-no?

    If so, you're barking up the wrong tree trying to find help here...
     
  5. ccc3d thread starter macrumors newbie

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    any help from anyone who actually has my problem and understands the frusteration?
     
  6. Sun Baked macrumors G5

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    There are sites for doing this kind of crap ... and it isn't this site, especially since it is a college campus.

    People tried to help someone before, and the school really slammed him when they caught him.
     
  7. mactastic macrumors 68040

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    Indeed. I was trying to make that point gently, but the hint was not taken...
     
  8. eva01 macrumors 601

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    Yeah getting expelled for playing around and hacking the schools server isn't normally a good thing
     
  9. ccc3d thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I havent exactly stated the school im enrolled in....how bout if i worded it this way......I'm having issues with Acquisition due to NAT traversal. Also, does anyone know of any other ports that I can use to connect outbound on the Gnutella network? Intellectual and legit for yall yet?
     
  10. pseudobrit macrumors 68040

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    Haha

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    I'd suggest you buy your own service like the rest of us who want to control which ports are open.
     
  11. ccc3d thread starter macrumors newbie

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    this is pointless---its quite funny when everyone refuses to help me find 4 different numbers to put in a lil blank square because supposedly its "wrong". I think I remember a saying from awhile back....He who is without sin cast the first stone. hmm i think i have about 4 or 5 laying at my feet and a few bruises.
     
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    congratulations :confused:
     
  14. pseudobrit macrumors 68040

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    I use acqlite on occasion. I also have my own network so I can control which ports I can access. You're talking about hacking a server, which is a little bit more criminal than petty P2P larceny.
     
  15. Mav451 macrumors 68000

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    If you're really want something done, you need to find people who know or are in the OIT office, no matter how small their connection.

    If I wanted to, I could have had alot of things done for me--simply by knowing the right people. Most often the right people are in the EE/CE/CS program ;)
     
  16. LethalWolfe macrumors G3

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    It took you this long to come this realization?

    Your memory is rusty because that story from the Bible doesn't really parallel this situation. You aren't unknowing bait in a trap set by our enemies and you aren't being threatened. We are just refusing to assist you in hacking a server that doesn't belong to you and making fun of you.


    Lethal
     
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