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Redirecting ports on a wireless network

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I go to college and the wireless network on campus blocks many ports, particularly downloading ports for bittorents and such.

I play WoW and I want to play at school too but the network firewall blocks the ports.

I have already asked if they would open certain ports so I would be able to play but they decline.

I heard that there are port directing programs that allow you to redirect applications to use certain ports.

My friend has a list of the open ports on the network I could possibly redirect WoW to, so I was wondering if anyone knew if these programs would work on a wireless network, or even on a Mac.

I hope this made sense!!

Thank you in advance~~
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