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koryo

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ok im sorry if this is in the wrong place or if im just 2 dumb to figure out an easy q like this but how do i get my router to allow incoming packets on ports 17770-17772, TCP & UDP just on my laptop only, not the pc with the router on

any help would b appreciated
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Did you set it to be on one and not the other?
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I havent done anything yet, i have Battlezone 2 on my laptop, i want to make it so my laptop recives packets on ports 17770-17772, TCP & UDP, so no i havent done anything yet i was hopeing u could give me a walkthorugh on doing it as i dont want 2 mess up my network
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Im sorry I cant help there, because i have never used a router....... but I hope some one can help ya..... have you looked on Googles search engine?

I don't know anything about routers aye, sorry i cant help there.

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