Windows XP Does Not Allow Inbound/Outbound Connections
Hi there. As of recently my Windows XP Home configuration has went haywire. Just about 3-4 days ago I could not access the shared folders, sign into Skype/MSN, access my PC through LogMeIn Remote or download torrents. The only thing this computer is used for is getting some movies from torrent sites and accessing my shared hard drives, and the only access I have is with VNC Viewer.
On accessing the shared folders I get the following message:
\\an-tower is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions.
Access is denied.
And when trying to access torrents via the downloader, it tells me there are no open ports for downloading.
I checked Windows Firewall, the service is off, if I enable it to turn off the Firewall, I have no access to it due to a "Group Policy". I done a registry fix to remove the policy restrictions, however when I reopen the firewall configuration, it is restricted again.
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This is the method of configuring Switch:
Configure QoS CAR on an interface to implement rate limiting in the inbound direction. Alternatively, configure a traffic policy with an ACL-based traffic classifier to limit the rate of packets matching the ACL.
QoS CAR cannot be applied to outbound traffic, but you can limit the rate of outbound traffic using a traffic policy or traffic shaping.
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most occasion its that in your configuration for sound output you have your microphone turned on which causes your outbound to have an audio loop of both inbound and outbound sound causing an echo going into the setting and looking specifically at your inbound audio options and muting your microphone will fix this
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You've verified your firewall configuration settings in TM 2008? Make sure it's not blocking your outbound traffic to. Easiest thing to do is probably disable the TM services, reboot, and test e-mail. If it goes out with no problem then reable TM services and configure to allow SMTP traffic outbound or disable the Firewall feature all together.
I've had a lot of pesky encounters with TM IS 2008 where the firewall feature causes all sorts of head aches. It doesn't realize that we're only worried about inbound traffic...not outbound. Actually, all the Internet Security products out there are like this.