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My ISP has blocked VPN access to the Internet that is a mere cruelty and disjustice.

How do I get rid of this VPN block in Windows XP and Internet?

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what kind of vpn client are you using? some like openVPN are configurable so that you can change it to a port that isnt blocked. – MikeJ Mar 22 '10 at 12:39

Call them and ask nicely

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If you have some control over the server that you're trying to connect to, you may be able to run the VPN over port 80 or some other innocent-looking port. This web page has a description of a similar problem and solution.

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you should be able to use the configuration file for the connection and specify the local port for the connection. – Kravlin Apr 7 '10 at 16:08

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