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Jeremiah Dunphy

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IPconfig/all is in that pastie with all the Connection info my router has Please answer it I really need to fix this problem pronto!!
My linksys is not allowing me to port forward with this domain_not_set.invalid error
The link is not dangerous so please don't be afraid to click it and help me out!! only reason it's there is because I can't post whole thing because of size.

http://pastebin.com/aqHWds6T
Thank you so much if you can help me I will be soooo happy as I've tried so many different sites... with no resaults Please!! help thanks

I am with AT&T and my modem is a Speedstream 5100 ad it's Dsl
if you want I have team viewer so if it's easier if you just fix it over team viewer I'll be happy to tell you my teamv id and pass
and Windows 7

Edited by Jeremiah Dunphy, 25 November 2010 - 08:58 AM.

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Jeremiah Dunphy

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PLEASE HELP
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What is it you're trying to accomplish by forwarding ports?
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Runescape Private Servers
I know it has to do with DNS I justdon't know how to fix it.. :D

Edited by Jeremiah Dunphy, 24 November 2010 - 08:57 PM.

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How about you give a description of your network? What are you using? DSL? CABLE? what kind of modem? Do you have a modem/router combo? or a stand alone modem and stand alone router? What kind of OS are you running the server off of? Need more info, I think.
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kk I edited it in :D
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