For some reason, schools tend to prohibit p2p software from being able to access the internet because they have this crazy idea that a the bandwidth should be used for educational purposes. However they fail to realise that they are putting a great deal of bandwidth to waste. Bandwidth which could be educationally used to distribute educational data throughout the world to each and every p2p user, thus enhancing the quality of education and distance learning for all.
On that note, i have tried about 10 p2p programs and none can connect through my schools proxy server. i have tried tools like HTTP Tunnel Client, Sock Cap 32, Proxifier, Proxy Cap, but none helped my situation. It is of much importance that i acknowledge that eMule is the best p2p program i have seen yet.
Does anybody have a solution to my problem? i have been reading other forums, there are other people with similar problems but i have not found a working solution.
If there are any coders reading this then perhaps somebody could code a p2p to work through port 80 and make life easier for everyone.