I think my Trillian is blocked on my corporate network at the
firewall level as well. Is there another port we can use to
connect? One that may not be a standard IM port?? Please let me
know. I am running Win7, 32bit Trillian version 5.3 build 15
Don Petty on 13 Mar, 2013 05:27 PM
You can change the Trillian connection to port 443 to see if
I'm going to test this off the corporate network tonight and
I'll report back to you tonight. Enclosed are the settings I'm
using. If I need to change anything, let me know. If adding
anything to my "safe sites" list will help, let me know that as
I booted my work PC at home and by default, it connected to me
to my corporate network. I logged off that network connection and
connected to my personal wireless router. I did connect to the
router successfully, but I was still able to connect to internal
corporate websites, so I have to assume since I wasn't prompted to
connect to SSL VPN it's running in the background and I have no way
to turn it off. I tried connecting on 3158, 443, and 80 and still
couldn't connect, turned off the autoproxy in my LAN IE settings,
still could not connect.
I'm at a loss at this point.....any more ideas??? If I cannot
get this to work on my corporate PC, do you offer a tablet based
agent? I had it on my Iphone, but didn't really care for it and
really can't be used for an IM session.
Any suggestions would be appreciated!!