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Topic # 170959 31-Mar-2015 16:53
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Due to a lack of options with ICONZ I switched over to Vodafone for my homephone and broadband. I finally have internet working after being down most of the day with the switchover.

I declined the VF modem as I have my own already setup. However I now notice that my Sabnzbd requests are not getting through to my SAB server. Does anyone know if Vodafone does port blocking or anything else that may be affecting it?




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  Reply # 1274626 31-Mar-2015 17:04
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You can check here to see if your SABnzbd port is open

http://www.canyouseeme.org 





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  Reply # 1274628 31-Mar-2015 17:07
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Vodafone don't do port blocking not even port 25

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1274631 31-Mar-2015 17:09
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johnr: Vodafone don't do port blocking not even port 25


Thanks for that confirmation. I'll check some stuff out here.
BTW, very fast change over, I only rang Vodafone yesterday afternoon!




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