I get a "Port 9000" error when I start PitView

            PitView uses different ports than you might have open on your network.  We need ports 9000, 10000, and 34343 open for our software to communicate with our servers.  

            When you see the message asking if port 9000 is open:

            If it is the first time you have run PitView on this computer:
            • Make sure you open ports 9000, 10000 and 34343 in Windows Firewall.  To open the ports:
              • On the Start menu, click Control Panel.
              • In Control Panel, click Network and Internet Connections, and then open Windows Firewall
              • In Windows Firewall, click the Exceptions tab, and then click Add Port.
              • In the Add a Port dialog box, in the Name box, type PitView Port 9000.
              • In the Port number box, type 9000
              • click OK.
              • Repeat for each of the other ports
            • Make sure that you have the appropriate ports open in your router/  You will have to look at the help manual for your specific device to do this/
            • Make sure that you have an active Internet connection
            • If you are on a wireless network, make sure that you have a good connection and there is no interference.
            If it was working fine and now it is giving this error, it is more than likely a connectivity issue. Check you Internet connection and tray again in a few minutes,

            Updated: 29 Jun 2017 11:52 AM
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