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ok i need to open these ports tcp 80 ude ports 6000 to 7000 and udp port 50000
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We need to know what kind of router you have first.
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i am using the datel wifi max
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it is the one from the people whoe make the action replay
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Well, I can't find any information on how to set your router up, so I suggest looking in your manual. Failing that, look through the options on your router. If it's even capable of port forwarding, you'll be able to find out how to do it.
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well how can i open the ports throu my firewall
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If you need to open ports www.portfordwarding.com is the best resource available.
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link dont work
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That would be because its not a link ,lol. Im just telling you to go to www.portfordwarding.com, and im not putting it in BB code just to save you 10 seconds of copy and paste or a google search.
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I believe you mean www.portforward.com, as www.portforwarding.com does not seem to exist. However, I don't know if he can forward the ports to his PC and have them automatically go through his USB WIFI dongle. It *may* work, so I'm definitely not saying not to try it. Do it and let us know if it works.

Edited by ViperKillerWannabe, 01 May 2006 - 09:24 PM.

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