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Topic # 115753 5-Apr-2013 13:46
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Hi There!

I have a customer who has a home ADSL Connection with TCL. I am wondering if it's possible that TCL are Filtering or shaping traffic in some way, or have some form of proxy, specifically affecting ports in the 40000-50000 range, as we are having some traffic transfer issues (Not torrent) relating to remote control software we use. He has his firewall off and I don't believe the problem is at the source or final part of the destination. 

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  Reply # 793880 5-Apr-2013 14:12
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TelstraClear never filtered or shapped the connection. They do have a proxy but it works on port 80 only FWIW.

Are all ports needed correctly forwarded to the appropriate IP address?






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  Reply # 793882 5-Apr-2013 14:14
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freitasm: TelstraClear never filtered or shapped the connection. They do have a proxy but it works on port 80 only FWIW.

Are all ports needed correctly forwarded to the appropriate IP address?


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