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Topic # 6920 4-Mar-2006 13:39
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A few months ago I was contacted by someone from Telecom (afaik no longer working there) telling me MSN Messenger connections were available on Telecom Hotspots even if you are not actually logged in - essentially free.

I never managed to get this to work and I just tried again with no god results. Any ideas?





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Reply # 29835 4-Mar-2006 21:10
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So no authentication required for some ports???

Could be interested if you could connect to your own server through a certain port for free over the WiFi and redirect to normal web pages or other services??

Possible?









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