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Well i got a problem with setting a ports; So kinda little help would be nice
Topic Started: Jun 21 2017, 05:01 PM (544 Views)
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Alright here's my problem. So i wanted to set a ports on my router (TP-LINK) so i did follow the portforwarding guide and i made a virtual server. Well first problem was that i didn't know which IP Address i would type there so firstly i tried the IPv4 IP Address, But I did noticed that i could only host on a local WiFi and if i wanna host public game, i have to make a port for it too.
So long story short i tried to make a port on the game's Public IP And i get this
"The IP address is not in the same subnet with the LAN!" So kinda i would like to get some help,
I know i might be a moron or stupid idiot but hey it's better to ask everyone/ those ppl who can host and stuff then quit it and don't give a fuck about it anymore you know what i mean.
Well that's kinda all hopefully i gonna get something what can help me host.
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The easiest (and least secure) way to handle this is to enable DMZ so all of the traffic through your machine is allowed to come ad go as it pleases.

This varies from router to router; one instance, I had to use my actual IP for DMZ, the other (as of present) I had to use my link-local IP address. Either way the point is to have your AP (wired or not) become open to everything so port forwarding is a moot point.

Else, see this guide and it should help with port-forwarding;http://rvhouse.revoltzone.net/index.php?se...=router_fw_help
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