steve at holmesgrown.com
Sat Feb 19 23:57:04 EST 2005
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Cox blocks port 25 which is normal SMTP so that people can't send mail
directly to your own machine. Similarly with port 80 which is HTTP.
The big intent here is they don't want you to be hosting servers on
your equipment. For that, they will gladly sell you a business
account for I'm sure, lots more money.
I use Cisco's VPN client to connect up with my office and have no
problems at all. Dunno if one tried it in the reverse direction where
the home machine were the server.
On Thu, Feb 17, 2005 at 03:36:03PM -0700, Sean McMahon wrote:
> What kind of ports does cox block and for what purposes are they use? Reason I
> ask is I no someone with cox who has trouble with a vpn client.
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