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    sameer0807's Avatar I aIn'T nO sErIoUs
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    Greetings,

    Dis might sound pretty dumb, but i wanna know how can i completly turn off firewall.

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    What firewall is it?

    Software / Hardware?

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    Originally posted by sameer0807@22 February 2004 - 16:23
    Greetings,

    Dis might sound pretty dumb, but i wanna know how can i completly turn off firewall.
    Hardware firewall- This in clude routers, switches and I dont think you can unless you go into the router's config and forward all the tcp/udp requests to your LAN ip. For that you'll need admin access to the routers config.
    My linksys router lets' me do that by opening my browser
    Type in http://192.168.1.1 in the address bar
    User Name dont put anything there. LEave blank
    Type in the admin as password (default is admin I"ve changed it though ) if you changed that type in the password you use
    Go to Advanced then Forwarding
    There you type in your Application Name, Port Range, Type (TCP/UDP) and your local IP ADDRESS it should be something like 192.XXX.XXX.XXX
    Select Enable and apply and THAT"S IT! You now are exposed to the internet



    Software- If it's the default windows xp just Right lickc NETWORKS PLACES
    Then Right click your Network Connection (LOCAL AREA CONNECTIONS/ DIAL UP CONNECTION) go to ADVANCED
    Unclick Protect my computer...blah blah blah
    That takes care of WINDOWS XP firewal wich is crap.
    Any other Software firwall like Zone Alarm/Sygate/Norton they should be on your right hand corner by the right click the icon of your firewall and select disable. That should kill the firewall.


    Hpe this helps GOOD LUCK!

    Catracho

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    Greetings,

    Thanx for da reply. I did as ya told me to do but when i typed http:// my ip address in the address box it said page cannot be displayed.


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    if its a linksys router you need to inter 192.168.1.1 in the address bar.

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