Originally Posted by kidkvno1
Find out if windows is blocking it, windows has a firewall.
Thanks for your reply. It was essential but not my entire problem.
I did open access for BCP in the windows software, but still wasn't connecting.
Eventually I discovered it was a hardware problem with my wireless router. I'm not too happy with the solution of disabling the router firewall. Until I can get the proper port numbers that BCP needs, I'm relying completely on the Windows firewall.
Probably okay but I wish BCP support had a better response than to, "Contact your ISP or maker of your router and request that they
add BCP to their
exception list." Craziness or just laziness on their part? I'm not sure but either one is equally frustrating.