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Port Forwarding Problem

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Ok so I'm trying to port forward to set up a few servers (minecraft, VNC, proxy, etc.) but I'm having some trouble. I had it working several months ago but reset my modem, left it alone for a few months and now I can't get it back. I have established that I'm behind a double NAT because I have an ISP supplied gateway and a Linksys router. I followed the guide here to set up the Linksys as a hub. When I enter the admin panel of the router I can see that the DHCP server is off and the IP it shows is 0.0.0.0 just as the article says it should. My internet is working but I still can't get and ports to forward correctly. Any ideas guys?
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Forward from the WAN facing device (likely the supplied one from ISP).
If you are just using the switch/AP on the second router, not really going to do anything as far as forwarding since you're behind the NAT of the other router.
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Forward from the WAN facing device (likely the supplied one from ISP).
If you are just using the switch/AP on the second router, not really going to do anything as far as forwarding since you're behind the NAT of the other router.
Did that
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The port checker came back as closed and I'm not spending $30 on something I know can be done for free.
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