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ALLIANCE trouble!!!
Hokay, so,

So I have entered the network code and it tells me that my "friend" is off the network or that his firwall is blocking me. I have unblocked Alliance as well as the port number given to me.

Anyone have any other ideas as to get me on the Alliance network?!
07-25-2007 06:47 PM
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RE: ALLIANCE trouble!!!
First, make sure you have the latest Alliance.
http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/alliancep2p

If you do not ... uninstall your current alliance.
If in Windows... delete the Alliance folder in Program Files after uninstalling.
If in Lin/Mac... delete the entire folder you were storing alliance in.
DO NOT SKIP THE FOLDER DELETION STEP.

Now if you haven't already, install the latest Alliance.

When you open alliance -- go to View, then Options.
You should see the port alliance is using.
Open that port in your firewall. Forward that port in your router if you have one (http://www.portforward.com ... or check your router's documentation).

Then PM me for an access code.
08-02-2007 01:26 PM
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RE: ALLIANCE trouble!!!
georgia_tech_swagger Wrote:First, make sure you have the latest Alliance.
http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/alliancep2p

If you do not ... uninstall your current alliance.
If in Windows... delete the Alliance folder in Program Files after uninstalling.
If in Lin/Mac... delete the entire folder you were storing alliance in.
DO NOT SKIP THE FOLDER DELETION STEP.

Now if you haven't already, install the latest Alliance.

When you open alliance -- go to View, then Options.
You should see the port alliance is using.
Open that port in your firewall. Forward that port in your router if you have one (http://www.portforward.com ... or check your router's documentation).

Then PM me for an access code.

Him and I worked on this, I was never able to connect to his computer (even using telnet to the port alliance should be on). He's got some weird firewall issue.
08-02-2007 04:54 PM
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Pcooper114GT Offline
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RE: ALLIANCE trouble!!!
Problem solved. I just moved into a new apartment and have no trouble connecting with my new internet.
Go Cox!

Thanks for the help though guys, I'm excited!
08-03-2007 10:18 AM
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