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Turn off the firewall and see if it solves the problem.
You could scan the IP Address of the site, of course this is against their permission being granted ... and normally you shouldn't Port Scan IP Addresses that don't belong to you, but if you know the port or ports (TCP, UDP) that are needed you could test and see if they are reachable from one of several online free firewall port scanners:
Shields UP on GRC.COM is one such animal.
If you have an after-market firewall such as Norton/Symantec or such you might want to disable it. Even uninstall it if necessary. I can't tell you how many times I've yanked Norton/Symantec and others from someones computer because it won't let printing and file sharing and such simple stuff work.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks, it works recently with. I think it was not my firewall, but the great firewall that blocked it. I'm not expert enought to verify it though. "
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