exceeded number of simultainious connections

  mrwoowoo 01:24 27 Oct 2007
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I have two pc's in my control room at work.Thanks to it the one right up the other end has internet access but the one in front of my main station doesn't.
I used to be able to log in on mine with the user name and password of the other pc to surf the net,but now when i try i get a message instead.
It's something like,"you have exceeded the number of simultainious connections allowed". Is there a way to increase the number allowed or another way aroud it.
I believe the company firewall prevents my pc access to the net by recognizes it's network name and putting an ie6 disable on it, which is why i need to log in as the other pc.

  rdave13 01:29 27 Oct 2007

Think your IT sheriffs have put a stop to it.

  mrwoowoo 04:07 27 Oct 2007

I think i managed to work that one out all by my lonesome.
The point is there must ba a way round it,there always is.

  DieSse 10:05 27 Oct 2007

"I believe the company firewall prevents my pc access to the net by recognizes it's network name"

Then I believe the correct thing to do is to ask them if you can have internet access - not look to get around your company policies, which will be there for a reason.

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