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Old 16 January 2014, 18:13   #5
Toni Wilen
WinUAE developer
Join Date: Aug 2001
Location: Hämeenlinna/Finland
Age: 43
Posts: 20,635
SLIRP uses normal TCP sockets to communicate, nothing special should be needed. Unless your firewall program decides that WinUAE is some kind of malware and blocks it just because it can (WinUAE having different kind of network options, including winpcap, rawinput keyboard support etc.. can make some programs to detect it as a keylogger or similar..)
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