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Hey there guys in my router when i go to allow certain ports i also have to specify an i.p addy namely mine but im wondering if its 192.168.111 or 192.168.100 im really not sure??.
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Lol, forwarding your ports so you can host that css server, eh? Well, if you go in Start>Run and type command it'll bring up the command prompt. Type "ipconfig" without the quotes of course, and you'll IP Adresss....... and it'll show you your internal IP.
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Yes it shows up a line saying i.p addy..will that just be my internal ip addy then mate??
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Welll it sohws my I.P ADDY as 192.168.100 so im supposing that is it because at the moment im forwarding my ports with the ip 192.168.111
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Yes, thats in your interal IP. If thats the machine you want the ports to be forwarded to, then yes, forward your ports to 192.168.100
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Yes, thats in your interal IP. If thats the machine you want the ports to be forwarded to, then yes, forward your ports to 192.168.100
So if i forward my ports with that i.p addy my counter strike source dedicated server and other programs will start to work correctly then??
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Yes, they should work unless you have other working computers connected to your router. If you have other active computers on your router using the internet you will have to set up a static IP on all of those machines if you havent already.
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o.k thanks my friend i will do that
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Most home routers will use IPs above 100 for DHCP. If you are going to run a server with multiple port forwards, I suggest setting a static IP less than 100. Pick anything between 2 and 99. That way you can be assured that no other computer could ever be in conflict. If you use something in the DHCP range the DHCP server will still attempt to least that address out.
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yeah ill take that into consideration thanks
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