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AOL Media Player access- Port number?

Posted on 2004-04-01
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Hello, I am having trouble allowing AOL media player access through ISA. I have enabled port 5190 and AOL seems to be working fine with exception to the media player. Does anyone know what port this might use? Or any other ideals?



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Charles
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ambarishsen earned 125 total points
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Best to my information AOL Media Player works on port 8060, TCP and UDP.
sud work.
All the best.
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OK, thank you. I'll try adding a filter for port 8060 and give it a try. Not shure why I didn't see this listed.


Again, Thanks.
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