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Offline redryder

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Mining behind a strict corporate firewall?
« on: September 21, 2014, 11:31:19 PM »
Hi folks,

Have an I5 at work that is idle 80% of the time and would love to use two of the cores for mining. But machine is behind a real strict firewall with port 1968 blocked. No way the network people will open the port for me.

Thoughts on how to mine in the corporate environment?
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Re: Mining behind a strict corporate firewall?
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2014, 05:21:19 PM »
Hi folks, Have an I5 at work that is idle 80% of the time and would love to use two of the cores for mining. But machine is behind a real strict firewall with port 1968 blocked. No way the network people will open the port for me. Thoughts on how to mine in the corporate environment?
You only need to connect to the memorycoin network through port 1968.

If you understand this, on your personal computer with unrestricted internet, you can apply your wallet address to your miner on a corporate firewall.

You may use a variety of ports that bypass firewalls for pools.
MMC-Square P2Pool provides a pool that runs on port 80 and 8080. Our thread is located here.
You only need to download YAM here.