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Thread: University Network Problems

  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2003
    i have posted this tip which belonges to ftfakes for a possible solution to schools blocking klite:
    For the uni network problem try the DK Firewall Booster.

    Here is a trick that also might help:

    I'm sure your university is blocking many ports to prevent you from using p2p programs. But one port is always open. It's port 80. So you need to find a supernode which listens to port 80 too. KZN 1.4.6 has a secret feature to find those supernodes in your list (well, now it's not a secret anymore ).

    And here is how to do it:
    Open KZN.
    Hold down the shift key while pressing 'check status' under the supernode list.
    A window will pop up and ask you for a port to use for checking.
    Type in 80 and hit OK.
    KZN now checks all SNs and with some luck you'll find a SN that is responding (for example
    Double click this supernode to fill the 'new supernode' box.
    Change the port to 80 (
    Hit 'set new SN and restart kazaa'.
    Wait and pray.

    also you can try:

    Go where you installed KL and change the name of "KazaaLite.kpp" to something else. Click Start, Run and write regedit. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\K++ and change "ApplicationName" to same as "KazaaLite.kpp"s new name. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\K++ and do the same.

    if those don't work its time to try hopster for tunneling

    or maybe socks5 proxy

  2. File Sharing   -   #2
    i cannot find KazaaLite.kpp is there anything else it might be called?

  3. File Sharing   -   #3
    Join Date
    May 2003
    lol what do you mean you can't find it boss?? lol its there and no it can't be called anything else, otherwise it would not run

  4. File Sharing   -   #4
    You can find the curent name in:


    (otherwise look for a 3.xx MB file in your Kazaa Lite installation folder)

    Make sure that you are using Kazaa Lite K++ 2.4.3 because other verion might work differently.

  5. File Sharing   -   #5
    Join Date
    May 2003
    KLT K++ is the same exact way and so is klr


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