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Help with port forwarding!

post #1 of 9
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Hello all, recently I have tried and failed at attempting to open port 25565 for a minecraft server. In short, the problem I am having is that no ports will open at all. I have tried disabling every firewall possible, tried different ports, basically tried many different combinations of things for upwards of 4 hours. I'm sure to help me you will need some other information and I am happy to give whatever you need! Thank you in advance smile.gif
post #2 of 9
I did mine the east way,
I downloaded and installed simple-port forwarding , Found my router model on the side and found it on the
drop down menu and bam! Just like that the program opened the port when I told it to open it!

Good Luck!
=ROG
post #3 of 9
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the suggestion bit I've even tried that too! My router let's me set the ports as open but they don't actually open.
post #4 of 9
is It a router you bought are the crappy ones that a cable company give you
?
post #5 of 9

Which router do you have?

 

Also, try logging in through your browser and looking around for anything related to port forwarding to start with

post #6 of 9
Are you using Port Forwarding, or Port Triggering?
    
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I have the ASUS Rt-Ac66u. And I'm using port forwarding.
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Originally Posted by MasterCheese99 View Post

I have the ASUS Rt-Ac66u. And I'm using port forwarding.

Have you set a static ip on the machine you are trying to host on?
    
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post #9 of 9
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I haven't but I figured since it never changed when I was testing I didn't need to. I'll try that and report back!
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