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Playing games over the internet behind a NAT

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This topic seemed to go missing, so I'll try again :whistling:

Ok this isn't your normal port forwarding, because I do not have access to the router and I don't know what type of router it is

Is there any other way round? Maybe connect through a proxy?

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it didn't go missing...i closed it...since you don't own the network or the router....we can't help you get around any policies in place on said router/network...no maatter what the goober you talked to at your school said...if they put those rules in place...it's for a reason..and we won't help you break those rules...DO NOT start another thread about this

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