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I tried portforwarding, i thought i made it worked but it didn't work, my port 25565 wasn't open. here is a screenie. What should i fill in the blanks and what options? Also the setting that i did is down below, is there something wrong with it?

It would be appreciated if somebody told me what do i fill in the blanks. thanks smile.gif
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So you need to enable it for tcp and udp first off.
you have your ports correctly so long as thats what it says in your server config file
your IP is wrong though, since this is to be port forwarded you need to go to whatsmyip.com and check. the number will be different than the assigned ip from your home router enter that into the LAN host IP then try applying settings.

When you go to log into minecraft multiplayer join server type in your ip like so (except with your ip)

ip:port

so example

73.82.194.91:25565
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So i do have the external ip (the one that shows in whatsmyip.net) where its blacked out, should i also put the external IP too on the LAN Host IP Address?
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Have you configured the port in your firewall as well?
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Have you configured the port in your firewall as well?
shouldnt matter for the port but it is worth looking into
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So i do have the external ip (the one that shows in whatsmyip.net) where its blacked out, should i also put the external IP too on the LAN Host IP Address?

yes you definetly need to.
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