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December 24, 2013 1:27:20 AM

As the titles says, right now, I have TL-WR941ND working behind my ISP's router. I tried to port forward my TP-LINK and check the port at www.canyouseeme.org‎ but it says my port isn't opened.

IP Address is my computer IP.
Tried windows firewall on and off, no difference.
December 24, 2013 1:36:37 AM

varthshenon said:
As the titles says, right now, I have TL-WR941ND working behind my ISP's router. I tried to port forward my TP-LINK and check the port at www.canyouseeme.org‎ but it says my port isn't opened.

IP Address is my computer IP.
Tried windows firewall on and off, no difference.


u will have to first reserve ip for your tplink router in ISP's modem after that you will have to port forward on isp's modem on the ip you reserved for tplink router first than you can forward ip on tplink router on your system's ip you will also have to reserve ip for your system.
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December 24, 2013 2:21:26 AM

silentplanner said:
u will have to first reserve ip for your tplink router in ISP's modem after that you will have to port forward on isp's modem on the ip you reserved for tplink router first than you can forward ip on tplink router on your system's ip you will also have to reserve ip for your system.


I already have IP address the ISP gave me (Static IP)
So the only way is I have to ask my ISP to port forward their router to my router?
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December 24, 2013 2:23:43 AM

yes both ISP modem and router should be port forward.
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