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  • eMule Connection over ISA Server

    hi all i am a new member of this perfect area

    i want to learn how can i allow eMule to connect over ISA Server. we have a ISA Server in our company. i opened all required ports over ADSL modem but i still can't connect eMule. what can i do on ISA Server? Please reply

    thanx all

  • #2
    Your router should port forward all the ports to the ISA server and then you should open the ports on the ISA server and port forward again to the host running emule.

    http://www.emule-project.net/home/pe...p;topic_id=122
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    • #3
      but i don't know how can i open a port on the ISA Server? please tell me how can i beat with this _

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ozkanyavuz
        but i don't know how can i open a port on the ISA Server? please tell me how can i beat with this _
        Do you administer this ISA server?
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        • #5
          Re: eMule Connection over ISA Server

          Originally posted by ozkanyavuz
          we have a ISA Server in our company. i opened all required ports over ADSL modem but i still can't connect eMule. what can i do on ISA Server? Please reply

          thanx all

          Why does a company want to allow emule??
          It belongs to Peer to peer networks, which is unsafe, and pottentionally getting illegal software.
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          • #6
            Hence my question...

            Originally posted by tonyyeb
            Do you administer this ISA server?
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            • #7
              Yeah sounds kind of fishy to me too.
              Andrew

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              • #8
                please only reply my question.

                thanx

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                • #9
                  So you dont look after this ISA server? You should go see the person who does and ask them to do it for you.... if they allow it.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ozkanyavuz
                    please only reply my question.

                    thanx
                    Did you honestly think that we'd be willing to help you do something that might possibly be illegal or unethical without inquiring as to your intent?

                    Sorry, that's not the purpose of this forum.

                    As you'd say...
                    Please only post real question.
                    Andrew

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