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How to open a port in Kerio for DC++

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by säkki, Nov 11, 2005.

  1. säkki

    säkki Member

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    I really can't find a way to do that. Nobody tells in the Internet how to do that. Kerio is a big peace of crap. When I disable kerio, then I can get DC to download something, but when its enabled then not. Please tell me how to get it to understand to let DC in and out! I don't find any options there in Kerio settings. And why there are no instructions for that in the web???
     
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    Thanks for nothing. But I could find it by myself.
     
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    Kerio is not a piece of crap. Propably the best free software firewall. There are instructions for that in the net. And its easy to open the ports
     
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    Kerio has the ability to block specific programs so they don't make contact to the Internet, unless you change that and allow it to do so. I'm not sure what version you are using, but the version I have has a menu that says something like application permissions or something. Just disable that, and you shouldn't have any problems.
     

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