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A firewall router is limiting my network traffic

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A Firewall/Router is Limiting my network Traffic. I need to open up a port so others can connect to me.

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Hai


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You're on a PC with a direct link to internet.
So... there must be a software firewall, like the one in windows? disable it.
Try again...
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