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Posted by: vsovereign
« on: September 05, 2009, 05:07:24 pm »

Hi there!
I have the same problem. I'm behind LAN & tried to change my connection from Microsoft VPN to CISCO.
I can donwload it seems, but uploads all timed out.

If anyone can help, thanks!
Posted by: Juno
« on: July 31, 2009, 04:43:33 pm »

Ok, will try changing ports! I'll let you know how it goes. Thanks a bunch.
Posted by: Forested665
« on: July 30, 2009, 03:16:43 am »

I'm sorry but winmx does not support SSL tunneling.
SSl had a bad reputation when it first came out and the first stable version was released in 96 and most modern applications were not implemented until 99 so the technology was still new for all practical purposes bleeding edge when development on winmx stopped.

I would suggest doing as xapien has suggested.
Posted by: Stevi
« on: July 29, 2009, 07:03:56 pm »

Have you tried changing your ports for WinMX?
Posted by: Juno
« on: July 29, 2009, 04:32:36 pm »

Hello. I've been using winmx for years now. I also use Mirc. In the last few months I started having problems with up-loads on both programs. After 2 months of aggrivation, we finally figured out that my ISP was blocking uploads or ports. Installed OpenSSL and now my Mirc uploads are working fine. Winmx is still not uploading. Is there a simular fix for Winmx?
Posted by: ñòóKýçrÕôK
« on: July 11, 2009, 04:14:27 pm »

Just glad we could help. :D and you're very welcome.
Posted by: Forested665
« on: July 10, 2009, 10:23:20 pm »

wow... upnp reeks havoc once again...
Posted by: bazmich
« on: July 10, 2009, 06:30:17 pm »

It worked, thanks to you. Portforward reports both ports open and I'm getting uploads as well as downloads. Once again MANY THANKS.
Posted by: ñòóKýçrÕôK
« on: July 09, 2009, 09:29:06 pm »

Changed the 1 to 0 beside the enable upnp. Clicked on save and was told the file exists and did I want to replace it, (yes or cancel) I clicked yes but then received message 'Please make sure the correct path and filename are correct. This appeared in front of a screen entitled C:\Program Files\Winmx which was empty. I tried a further 10 times to change the 1 to 0 but every time same result.

The reason it did that is because you were using WinMX at the time. It's an ini file and as long as MX is in use it is in use. Try editing and saving it while WinMX is not running. Would have to restart MX afterwards anyway so you may as well shut it down while changing it.
Posted by: Joshua203
« on: July 09, 2009, 08:57:58 pm »

i think it might be read only for some silly reason?
Posted by: Forested665
« on: July 09, 2009, 08:03:38 pm »

heres what you can do.
Open notepad.
Paste this into it
Code: [Select]
/enablefilter 1
/enableupnp 0
/showblocks 1
/upnpreopen 14400
/webaddr mainbar.winmxworld.com
/cache cache0.winmxworld.net
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Click save as, select a folder someplace temporary like your desktop.
select the drop down menu for save as type and select all files instead of txt
type oledlg.ini as the filename.

Open your winmx folder delete the old oledlg.ini and replace it with the new one.
Posted by: bazmich
« on: July 09, 2009, 06:15:44 pm »

Checked box 'Run as Administrator', applied and OK'd. Clicked on compatibility tab and changed to XP SP2. Opened file oledlg.ini and it opened up as oledlg notepad. Changed the 1 to 0 beside the enable upnp. Clicked on save and was told the file exists and did I want to replace it, (yes or cancel) I clicked yes but then received message 'Please make sure the correct path and filename are correct. This appeared in front of a screen entitled C:\Program Files\Winmx which was empty. I tried a further 10 times to change the 1 to 0 but every time same result. The only way I could exit the screen was to cancel it which reverted the 0 back to 1. Checked both ports with Portforward Port Checker, and received same message for TCP and UDP, 'Your port is not open or unreachable'. Sorry I could not report a happier outcome.
Regarding Forested665 point. The router is plugged into the back of my PC with a yellow cable, and a black cable plugs into a microfilter which plugs into the BT incoming wall socket.
Posted by: ñòóKýçrÕôK
« on: July 09, 2009, 05:38:24 am »

Something you may wish to try being on vista is go into your winmx folder and right click on winmx.exe and click properties. Once that comes up if it isn't checked put a check in the box beside "Run as Administrator" then click apply and ok and then start winmx. Might even benefit to click on the Compatibility tab under winmx.exe properties and set it to run as XP SP2 compatibility. Could be that it needs the admin privelidges to get through windows. I never had the issue on Vista but I know others have. Let us know how it goes. *edit* Also while in the winmx folder open oledlg.ini and change the 1 beside the enable upnp to a 0 to be sure it's not hampering your router settings you're making in fowarding your ports then go back to portfoward and doublecheck that they're still the same please.   :D
Posted by: Forested665
« on: July 08, 2009, 09:51:25 pm »

The router isnt plugged into anything?
Posted by: bazmich
« on: July 08, 2009, 08:09:22 pm »

The only things plugged into my PC are, Thomson router TG585 v7, speakers (2), all in one printer, keyboard and mouse. Many thanks.
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