posted on May, 1 2006 @ 10:25 AM
well, it depends on what and where the firewall is.
Is it a softwear firewall local to your computer? Just control-alt-del, find the process and close it down. (did this at school when i went)
If it is a hardwear firewall, try to find the brand and model. then go to the manufactures website and find default ip and login. There is a very
goos chance the person who put it in didn't change the password. go in and excempt your computers ip.
Another thing you can try, o to google.com. from there try going to myspace.com. It can often workaround the firewall with that-hehe
[edit on 5/1/2006 by mrmonsoon]