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Help Port Forwarding for Dlink router


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[L]ancelot

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Yea, I have the Dlink DI 524 and i have 3 other comps running off it besides the main one. I play CS only on the main one and i get bad lag. I was told to Forward the ports. Can you guys help me and lead me how to do that? Thanks for any help u can give me
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In the documentation for the game that you are playing, you should find information pertaining to the ports that the game uses to run. You should also have documentation on your router as to how to get into it. Once in the router, you will want to do Port Forwarding on the ports that were specified in the game documentation. You will need port number(s), Protocol (TCP/UDP/BOTH), IP to forward it to(your machines IP address) and enable it. Once changes are applied, you should be ok given the ports are the problem.

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http://support.dlink...ort forward#604
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