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If your school has blocked such time-wasting web-sites, when using any of the school's computers, you risk suspension or expulsion from school, if you try to circumvent their blocking.
So, assuming that a cell-phone works inside your school, bring your own computer, and buy a "rocket stick" (it connects to the Internet via the cellular network), and connect that rocket-stick to a USB port on your computer. Voila -- "bring-your-own" Internet access. Monthly fees apply.
Have you checked the Windows Firewall settings? If it is On, try turning it off and attempt the connection with RealVNC. If the problem persists, try adding an Exception to the Windows Firewall, just as an added troubleshooting measure.
Click Start, navigate to Control Panel, double-click Windows Firewall, and open the Exceptions tab. Look for a RealVNC entry. If you don't see one, click the "Add Port" button, type RealVNC as the entry name, and 5900 as the port number. Select the TCP radio button, click OK and then OK once more. Attempt the RealVNC connection again.
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First, try adding a wireless card to the Xbox, run the wireless off of the router OR if you have multiple connections (broadband, should be an "In" port, and several "Out" ports) Try connecting your PC and you Xbox through the "Out" ports, with the cable modem cord hooked into the "In" port...
I had the same problem.. the router did forward another port for me (port 12345) so i just set the port for uTorrent to 12344 and it magically worked... i'm not sure why but i would try setting the port to a lower range