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I'm having this problem as well - with a liberal (but still enabled) firewall. It think its AD.<BR>
I don't have any control over the firewall or windows machine. But need to find a way for this to work.<BR>
What ports are required to receive the output cells? I have my notebook server running on port 80 (firewall friendly)<BR>
and thought that means all comms to the server piggyback on that port. Is that true?<BR>
Are there other ports used by notebook we need to be aware of, because right now it doesn't work<BR>
through a firewall.<BR>
On Wed, 2012-08-15 at 16:34 -0700, Phil Austin wrote:
Following up -- the problem seems to be related to
Active Directory running on our Windows 7 64bit enterprise server.
Turning off the firewall on a lab client machine doesn't help
(that is, ipython is still unable to make connections to
tcp ephemeral ports) but if the client machine is rebooted in
networking safe mode then ipython works fine.
googling "Active Directory blocks tcp ports" doesn't produce any
leads, so if anybody has run into similar problems with
a windows server I'd be eager to here about it.
thanks, Phil Austin
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