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Hi, new to the site, was referred by a friend.

I own Warcraft 3 RoC and TFT and am having problems hosting custom games on BNet with TFT. I have configured my router to what it should be so I can host with help from portforward.com, but it still doesnt work.

I can post the specifics of my router and how I have it set up, assuming someone here can help. Thanks!
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go to control panel, right click network connections and hit properties, advanced, settings click off and apply. You will not have a firewall but should be able to host.
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Xeoc's response probably won't work. If I have time I'll write an FAQ on how to do it if you're on a router. Gimme some time, I'm in class now; I'll put pictures in it and reply when I have the link. Just find someone who can host in the mean time.
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hey .
I have the same prob. that so many others have to . I cant host a game on battle.net .

I did what they said i should do on www.portforward.com , but when i wrote my ip on the searchbar it just says * we cant find 10.0.0.140 * so i cant go in and change my port settings . -.-

do someone know what i have done wrong ?
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