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Port Forwarding Problems (NEED HELP)

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December 29, 2013 7:50:34 PM

Im trying to port forward for a garrys mod server and a minecraft server But everytime I try I fail horribly and everything I try online for help I cant find anything SO im trying here! Please note I dont know if im porting this in the right place... so bare with me. My internet provider is frontier communications, I have the stock router that came with it (Model :B90-755044-15) (Version: 06.03.02) Everytime I find my router on sites that try and help the pictures are wrong and have the wrong information the pictures below are what my port forwarding area looks like

http://i.imgur.com/Jb1tZaY.png

http://i.imgur.com/JO1gLxR.png

http://i.imgur.com/QLR5MSF.png
December 30, 2013 11:32:45 PM

No need to blur the routers ip address, no one can use that to hack you.

What settings have you tried?

I think it should be... Both, 25565, 25565, 25565

Take a shot of the skype setting.
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December 31, 2013 6:50:45 AM

allennnn said:
No need to blur the routers ip address, no one can use that to hack you.

What settings have you tried?

I think it should be... Both, 25565, 25565, 25565

Take a shot of the skype setting.



I put 25565 in all of them and followed other people tutorials and different things but it never comes out working the last time I did it i used PFPortChecker and it said my ports were open but was unable to ping my router and when I try the settings like that people just get a end of stream and the connecting player doesnt appear to be trying to connect when looking at the minecraft server console


skype settings : http://i.imgur.com/aCjX5Mj.png
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December 31, 2013 8:09:21 AM

Try adding a static address on your PC card. Put that address in the DMZ to see if that works. Under port forwarding, change your host device to the static address of your PC. Also open both udp and tcp ports.
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