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Problem with Ports 3501-3506

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Gantrix, Jan 9, 2006.

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  1. Gantrix

    Gantrix Thread Starter

    Jan 9, 2006
    This evening I came across a problem. It seems anytime I attempt to connect to something through my network connection that requires ports 3501-3506 I am unable to do so. I am able to connect to the same services on other ports but any of these do not allow me access. I was wondering if this is a problem on my side, or if it is my ISP (Maybe they blocked them?) I disabled my firewall (ZoneAlarm) and attempted to connect and still no luck. I have had no problems with this for the past 3 months and all of a sudden it started happening.

    Using XP Home if that helps.
  2. StumpedTechy


    Jul 7, 2004
    Sometimes software firewalls have to be uninstalled in order for it to work. But if that fails and you have setup the forwarding right in your router I would think its the ISP. Also if your running SP2 make sure that firewall is disabled.
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