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due to a new isp most of the ports are firewalled and either closed or filtered. this disables (which is the reason of all this) the function of all file-sharing programs i've tried. i ran a port-scanner from my server on my box and had the following results:
all the ports scanned and not in the list are closed.
now on to my question: is there any file-sharing program i can use that will work with these ports, or is there any way to get by this problem. i really would like to get access to files again.
thanks in advance. any suggestion is appreciated.