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Need to connect to chat room behind firewall

Posted on 2007-11-26
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Hello everyone,

I want to log in to chat room from office
http://justchat.co.uk/chat/index.htm
there to pick up 1 st room..
But I am at office, i cant login to java chat room, but i have internet, can log in to MSN , Yahoo, any other messangers, can open html based chat rooms.

Is it possible to log in to java rooms too ?

Thank you all in advance
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Question by:ziya007
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This is really nothing to do with Java is it? You need to either

a. tunnel whatever chat protocol you're using thru http
b. get your sysadmin to reconfigure the network
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> Is it possible to log in to java rooms too ?

not without opening up the ports that it needs to use.
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It appears that your employer probably doesn't want employees accessing chat rooms etc.  If this isn't the case, then merely ask your question to your employer or network administrator.
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