We have found that really high security settings within a network can block the necessary data ports that the sim needs to use. If you're on a home network, you can simply log into your router/modem, and set permissions for ports 27, 28, & 29. Some routers/modems simply just have risk settings such as low/medium/high. If you're is currently set to high, try lowering it to medium.  

You can see this article here for a walk-through of how to open ports on Windows 10.

Employer networks tend to have extremely strict network settings, so if you are using an internet network at a business, getting them to lower their security threshold to make ports 27, 28, & 29 available for the sim might be a long shot, but if you have a tight relationship with your IT department it may be worth checking into. 

If that does not work you will have to reach out directly to your network/internet provider and make sure they are not blocking any IP's to your computer.  Here's a list of all of the IP addresses and ports that the simulator uses to pass data (again, you'll see that the ports are the ports are 27, 28, & 29.). You can work with your network provider to make your network isn't blocking any of these paths.    Sao Paulo 

If after following these steps and you are still having issues, please email simulator@warriortrading.com and let us know what you've tried, and what errors you are still receiving.

Still have questions? Please reach out to our Support Team, and we'd be happy to help.