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You mentioned that you don't know how to configure your firewall. I try to send a message or set myself to "away" in Messenger and it tells me I'm logged off. Can we protect a small home network without it? don't ignore requests to it from the outside world - just make sure it's closed. have a peek here

Triple6 replied Mar 18, 2017 at 11:58 AM Removing canceled order from... Also the slider in the test box doesn't actually change the input volume anymore. I find it utterly unacceptable that a software title like MSN Messenger would have such a widespread problem for so long with so many users and still no "fix" for it. msn messenger and window messenger..go secure 11.

Rushing joe winslow January 4, 2006 5:46 PM why cant i use my head set and mic to have a conversation with my sister using msm messenger thru a dlink router????????? Nigel November 26, 2003 1:28 PM Try configuring your NAT firewall so as port 113 (auth / ident port) is closed and not stealthed, i.e. Some time later it will change my status to disconnected. uniqs833 Share « UDP Hits on 1026 & 1027 • Hijackthis.

Totally shamefull on the part of Microsoft. Stay logged in Sign up now! Does this suggest that it is not a NAT issue since I am able to utilize the video? I have even bought a new mic- i can hear them but they cannot hear me.

Msn live messenger Denies to sign in (stucked sign in button!) 1 post • Page:1 of 1 All times are UTC Board index Spam Report Very Computer Board index Security Who know how to solve this problem. Windows Messenger conflicting with MSN Messenger? 9. Hazel Stuart February 1, 2006 8:51 AM I have been having a audio conversation with this person for years.

S October 27, 2004 5:26 PM I'm having mic troubles...sound recorder works, and can hear myself through speakers when using mic. Strange thing is it will say I'm online for hours (although I appear offline to all my friends) if I don't try to send any outgoing messages.. Cookies Registration Notice Zone Alarm & MSN Messenger Conflict? I have also checked that my UPnP in my router (D-Link DI 704P) is already enabled.

Can somebody tell me what is problem here? my gf's computer connects to the internet through my computer, using microsoft's connection sharing. Leo August 25, 2004 11:21 AM Unfortunately, for reasons I don't understand, MSN Messenger audio uses different technologies for audio and video, AND those are different than Yahoo (and AIM). April 15, 2004 1:05 PM I live in schooĝ doorms.

I dont think it has NAT? http://popupjammer.com/zone-alarm/zone-alarm-5-5-062-000.html Any ideas please? Notenboom has been playing with computers since he was required to take a programming class in 1976. Denise July 31, 2004 7:44 PM I am new on msn & have very little knowledge on computers.

Leo March 15, 2004 1:16 PM What happens when you try? I have kind of the same problem with MSN audio conversation while video runs properly. Using msn 5. Check This Out Anonymous June 17, 2004 8:00 PM To everybody: Download real tunnel and your problems will be fixed concerning your audio issues!!!!!!

Learn More. We work perfectly with this IM client, even several users say they don't have any problems. It runs through a router (belkin) and was working ok a few days ago.

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The mic works (it records sound to the pc when i try it). Your hardware - your broadband router - most often does. find in the forum. The peculiar part is until 11 November all functioned perfectly.

Tonight my messenger has been shut down each time I left the computer for 15-30 minutes. Restart the computer and try again. Only that I'm not running the Internet Suite version but the ZA firewall (free version). http://popupjammer.com/zone-alarm/zone-alarm-windows-messenger.html msn says im connected "via a cascaded port restricted upnp NAT" when i try to connect via audio i can see it open 2 upnp ports in the netgear router config,

Your firmware may already be upgraded, in which case it's a matter of changing the port configuration, or risking the DMZ feature. On the other hand, immediately after abandoning the effort I had a conversation using Yahoo messenger that worked just fine. (Unfortunately, the voice quality is not so good.) Can anyone shed Thanks Carrie March 6, 2004 1:23 PM if you are having trouble with the audio contact in msn messenger, go to control Panel, Add/remove Windows, scroll down to Networking Services and Run a registry/system cleaner.

If anyone can help . . . Out of the box UPnP seems to have problems, but there is a workaround that you could..... They can see me but they can't hear me. it's possible that your modem (DSL or Cable) is also providing NAT, resulting in the double-NAT situation.

thankz Nigel January 2, 2004 11:37 AM Sorry I've taken so long to respond. My recommendation is this: dump the software firewall, and get a UPNP enabled external router. First of all, look if two services are enabled and started: upnp and the ssdp services. firochromisDecember 18th, 2007, 07:49 PMSorry, I thought I made I good thing by searching before asking.

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