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Manually Port Forwarding and port and portforward.com

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Steps

1° Discovering if you uses a router and Discovering where is your Internal IP

2° How to use the PortForward.com

3° Opening CnCNet Port.

 

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1°- Discovering if you uses a router:

 

enter in THIS Website and looks your ip (do not close it, will need to compare.)

 

Now, Press "Windows Key*+R", type cmd and press enter.

*= the button on keyboard who open start menu.

 

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and now, type ipconfig and press enter.

 

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and now, compare the ip gotten on ip-andress.com and the ip gotten in CMD (2), if it match, you does not uses a router and you can skip all process bellow, and the 3 is your Router Gateway.

 

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2° How to use the Portforward.com

 

First at all, you have to know what kind of router you use, Open any Internet Explorer, or Mozilla firefox, of Opera, or Google Chrome and type the Router Gateway in the Adress bar.

it should asks for a password, the default can be "Admin/Admin", "Admin/Blank"...

or search for your router box, it should show to you.

 

Enter in portfoward.com and there you be able to find your router model. after you select your router model, a adversiment will show, skip that and click on "Default Guide" to show the default guide.

 

Ex.: My Router is an LINKSYS WRT54G. What Should i do?

 

 

CTRL+F Helps sometimes  :)

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And you should end at THIS page.

 

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3° Opening CnCNet Port

 

Remember the Internal Ip? Remember the page who i did post above? in the router setup, add a line like this

 

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Remember, Name is the port name, Protocol HAS TO BE UDP, and IP IS YOUR INTERNAL IP.

 

 

 

 

 

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The download link is broken so are the screenshots above.

 

I wonder what library did you use for UPnP port forwarding in that tool and the cncnet client.

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The download link is broken so are the screenshots above.

 

I wonder what library did you use for UPnP port forwarding in that tool and the cncnet client.

6 years ago Matt what do you expect  :P

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If I recall correctly they incorporated the port forwarding stuff into the cncnet client at some point, and the tool was removed then so people wouldn't mess it up by changing it manually.

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