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    wut should ur K-Lite ports be set 2 dis is wut im talkin bout

    and should dat box supposed 2 be checked or unchecked

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    Originally posted by h121589@20 January 2004 - 20:08
    wut should ur K-Lite ports be set 2 dis is wut im talkin bout

    and should dat box supposed 2 be checked or unchecked
    Unless your trying to use a socks proxy I would leave that section alone.

    As for incoming ports, try 3299. And dont use port 80 as an alternative.

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    mine is on 2492 should i change it 2 3299????????

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    just mess around with different ports, see which ones work better

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    wut do ports do?

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    wut do ports do?

    Well a port is part of what is kalled a firewall, the firewall only opens certian ports at a time and allows only certian stuff go through it at any one time... Data travels through these ports...

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    Originally posted by SciManAl@22 January 2004 - 21:35
    wut do ports do?

    Well a port is part of what is kalled a firewall, the firewall only opens certian ports at a time and allows only certian stuff go through it at any one time... Data travels through these ports...
    Absolutely Wrong.

    "A port is not part of a firewall." It has nothing to do with a firewall whatsoever. A port is an opening to allow network services to run on and receive incoming connections.

    There are over 65 thousand ports and not all of them are reserved but a lot are reserved for common services and some protocols can only run on a specified port. There are tcp and udp ports that make up the tcp/ip protocol standard. Its much more extensive than that, if you want to know more I suggest you do some research on internet topology.

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    lol

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    Originally posted by shn@22 January 2004 - 21:20
    A port is an opening to allow network services to run on and receive incoming connections.
    Or outgoing

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