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First of all, Ive added the Program Warcraft 3, The Frozen Throne AND the 6112 port to my exceptions list to my computer's firewall and the port is forwarded on my router (WRT54G Linksys Router) which has Blocked Anonymous internet requests UNchecked and Filter NAT redirection UNchecked with filter Multicast checked. And in the TFT game when i go to Options > Gameplay, the port selected is 6112, the first time i did this, it worked....but only for a few days. When it stopped i noticed that my IP changed from to and since then, i have not been able to host. I have gone through and changed the appropriate settings to accomodate the new IP (I don't know why it changed, i thought it was "static"). DMZ is enabled, and for my firewall, I have Don't Allow Exceptions UNchecked. So....what else is there? :)
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by default the router is set to use dhcp. you have to 1)change it to static and 2)manually configure your ip address on your pc.

You could also try using the dmz option in your router. just enter your pc's ip address in the dmz setting and apply.
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For me i had to change my ip address to a static one first, then open via my router the 6112 ports, it worked after that there is a complete guide here at this site www.portforward.com under the routers section, it should help alot, just follow the guide.
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