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I tried DMZ'ing to my server, restarting the router and then connecting to the global IP without the port number tacked on. Still no luck. I'm thinking one of the setting on the modem must be off kilter, or somehow my ISP is doin something to block them
    
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ISP normally doesn't block. When you changed the router from those bad settings to what i told you to use, you just changed them right? Probably set a few other things with the tech support rep. Look to see if you router has a pin reset button on the back. Hold it in, after 30 seconds unplug the router still holding it in for another 30 seconds, then release and plug it back in. This should dump the router to default settings. Set everything up and you'll know there's nothing "qwirky" you missed.
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Why do you have 2 routers in the same LAN?
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