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Location free connection to psp

I am able to connect my psp to my cable through the location free base station at home but when i'm at work, everything is connecting fine but then it says it is unable to connect to the base station. Does anybody know how to correct this. i called the tech support for the location free and they were telling me it's because the ports are not open at my work. does this reason sound correct?

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