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Well it will lessen the security some, but it's just about your only option if you've tried everything else.
Enter your router configuration at http://192.168.1.1 enter no username, but use “admin” as the password.
Then click on the orange “advanced” tab on the left.
go to the “DMZ host” tab.
Set it to use your Internal IP as the DMZ host, if you use DHCP then this won't work.
That should do it, good luck.
You configured DMZ?
It's for security, if you send an IM it usually looks like this:
“Hi, What's up?”
But If it's encrypted, it might look like this:
So if it is “intercepted” it's hard to decode it and find out what your saying.
You behind a router or firewall?June 12, 2003 at 11:58 pm in reply to: Still See member after they sign off! Please help! #62467
What's your OS?
How fast is your processor?
Do you have a ton of crap bogging down the system?
How much RAM do you have?
Why do you want MSN anyway? Just use an outside POP3 E-Mail and register it at |www.passport.com|.Quote:quote:But the code tag is there for a purpose, because Moderators, Administrators and Super Moderators are allowed to use HTML in posts (If enabled in Admin Options) And they use this tag when they have to show members something in HTML, and have to help them!
No, the code tags are for pre-formatted messages
SuperAdmin HTML Only MOD is not included in the Baseline SnitzForums 2k 3.4.03 Install, and it has nothing to do with the code tags.
Well The option to disable forum code completely in the post is simple to do, If Jeff wants me to, I'll write a MOD to do this.
The problem with what you are asking for ([code] and [/code] tags) is that the way Snitz chkstring function works is that It uses a (Actually It uses a different statement, but like a replace) replace statement to convert from UBB to HTML code. e.g.Code:fString = doCode(fString, ““, ““, ““, ““,1,-1,1)
Therefore it is complicated to make that tag, then parse all the data between those tags. IMO not worth it.
Sounds like IE is installed incorrectly, have you tried reinstalling it? Is this IE6?
Just an edit…
I'm not saying that the thread started without good intentions, but I don't see where she insulted you…
I see now that it may be a dis towards you as it was towards that site of your friends'
Just ignore these two posts please.[/b]
Please highlight EXACTLY what words in this quote are disrespectful to YOU:Quote:quote:all false info on the who is…
i wouldnt go there….
And how (IMO) you may have been disrespectful to her:Quote:quote:
Why wouldn't you go there? LMAO!!! Paranoid *cough cough* I could of pasted the info here easily, but wanted to give him some credit, he has put a lot of time and effort into his site, and he addresses a lot of USEFUL topics on there, if you are too paranoid to view it, then don't, don't see why you gotta make a big deal out of it (drama queen). If you want to talk about unsafe sites i will be more then happy to. I have never taken credit for other people's work, which is something that happens a lot round good ole Yahoo! People are so ignorant, some will post about anything just to add to their big blue ball status LMAO@ BIG BLUE BALL STATUS. If you wanna sling some mud we can sling some mud darlin.
So… Where did She Dis you first?
I think It's a router/network problem, I get the same error.
I just hit cancel and go on with my messaging :).
I'm interested in how this ‘Cam Buster' program would work.
Something MUST be installed on the remote computer to be able to do something like this, Unless it's built into the Cam software that they have.