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im trying to set up a socks5 server... but it seems no open outbound ports are available... whats the deal with that?
im trying to set up a socks5 server... but it seems no open outbound ports are available... whats the deal with that?

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infact, im not getting any open ports using web based port scanners testing a handful of common ports... what is this... i pay good money for this service and if i cant set up any kind of server at all then its worthless to me.
 
i want all my money back for the 2 years i have owned this service!
infact, im not getting any open ports using web based port scanners testing a handful of common ports... what is this... i pay good money for this service and if i cant set up any kind of server at all then its worthless to me.
 
i want all my money back for the 2 years i have owned this service!

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ok, im not getting ANY open ports on both full ranged web based port scans and locan full range port scans... this HAS TO BE A JOKE.
ok, im not getting ANY open ports on both full ranged web based port scans and locan full range port scans... this HAS TO BE A JOKE.

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Edited by kcsaenz on Apr 27, 2008 at 1:13:57 PM

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and0r wrote:
im trying to set up a socks5 server... but it seems no open outbound ports are available... whats the deal with that?


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You will need a service called Mobile Terminated Data for the connectivity required to operate a server.  However, as stated by another user this type of use is prohibbited by the standard TOS.  Please call 1-800-331-0500 for further assistance or fill out the form at http://www.wireless.att.com/businesscenter/b2b/contact_us.jsp to have a business sales specialist contact you to explore other options.


and0r wrote:
im trying to set up a socks5 server... but it seems no open outbound ports are available... whats the deal with that?


andOr,
 
You will need a service called Mobile Terminated Data for the connectivity required to operate a server.  However, as stated by another user this type of use is prohibbited by the standard TOS.  Please call 1-800-331-0500 for further assistance or fill out the form at http://www.wireless.att.com/businesscenter/b2b/contact_us.jsp to have a business sales specialist contact you to explore other options.

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