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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 12476 19-Mar-2007 15:53
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ok im at a hall of residence in otago. ive just got internet n my room and it is restricted. i can only use it for ie and monzilla etc it wont let me allow to play games :( i play cs on steam, is there anyone i can get around it so i can play or download stuff using p2p ? please help asap!

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 64309 19-Mar-2007 15:58
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1) Please do not double post.

2) Have you read the computer/internet use policy for your hall of residence? If you are asking for help circumventing the security on your connection I would be surprised if anyone here helps you.

Good luck.



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 64311 19-Mar-2007 15:59
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we didnt get one, o how come?

 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 64312 19-Mar-2007 16:08
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I would suggest you find out the rules and regulations surrounding your connection.

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  Reply # 64313 19-Mar-2007 16:12
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Double posting is a big no no! Read the forum usage guidelines.

We don't allow information for circumventing security measures here for obvious reasons.

Online gaming is probably blocked becuase of the high bandwidth it chews through. Since you don't actually pay extra for your internet access that's fair enough. Try talking to whoever is in charge of internet at the halls, they might let you have access for a fee, its been done before

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