SSL blocked on WiFi card

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802.11
Cisco VPN
Dell Inspiron 300M
HTTPS
Port 443
SSL
TrueMobile 1300
Wi-Fi
Windows XP
Wireless PC cards
This is a weird one and I don't know what to make of it or what next steps to take to troubleshoot it: Basically, my WiFi NIC has all of a sudden started blocking port 443 (SSL). I have a Dell Inspiron 300m laptop (running Windows XP Pro SP2) with a TrueMobile 1300 WLAN card; earlier today it started refusing to connect to anything that requires SSL (web sites as well as my Cisco VPN client). I confirmed that this is not a problem on my router (connecting the laptop to it directly via Ethernet works just fine); plugging in an external WiFi card also works. I have tried uninstaling and reinstalling the driver to no avail. What am I missing?

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Hi, Robanglin

This could be a problem with changed firewall settings on your wireless access point/wireless router

BR,

Petko

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