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mayank raj mani

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i have a D-Link ,

router My Router model - DIR- 600L

 

Sir i want to port forward my router to host servers for games ..

bt even after doing all the steps on internet i m unable to port forward it .

please help me out if it need other steps than others ..

i have tried a lot port forwarding it but nothing happens .

 

please .. please help me out //


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Some ISPs (Internet Service Providers) do not allow (block) hosting servers, (files, games, etc.).


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Hello mayank raj mani,

 

:welcome:

 

In addition to what SpywareDr has stated, Every ISP has their own Residential Gateway software & setup, rules, regulations, standards and way of conducting business in general. With this being said I suggest contacting your ISP for the most accurate information in regards to your specific networking setup.


Edited by humble2k14, 06 April 2014 - 04:31 PM.

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