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Help with Portforwarding


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Dodevu

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Hi,

When I highlight the Local Area Connection this is on it :


Local Area Connection
LAN or High Speed Internet

Network Cable Unplugged

Realtek RTL8139 Family PCI
Fast Ethernet NIC

Is that a Router ^.^?

Plus when I try and forward a Port It keeps saying Page cannot be Displayed.

Please Help!!
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Realtek RTL8139 Family PCI
Fast Ethernet NIC


This is your network card. What is the problem with port forwarding? Please explain in detail.

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I have fount out that my ADSL Modem Blocks the Port 7171, and someone said no-one knows how to make it work to get Port 7171 Open.

Help if you know please?

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Are you connected to a router and then the router connects to the modem? Or are you directly connected to the modem? If you do have a router, please list the make and model of it so we can better diagnose the situation. ;)

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