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Need to open ports 3724/6112

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You need to login to the router, go to the applications and gaming tab and then enter the following information into the first two empty lines on the list of ports to forward:

WOW1 / 3724 / 3724 / Both / (your IP address) / Enable
WOW1 / 6112 / 6112 / Both / (your IP address) / Enable

Click on "Save Settings."

You'll need to make your IP address static on your PC for this to work. Since the WRT54GS doesn't allow DHCP address reservations, you'll have to do this manually in your network setup on the PC.

Reply back with your operating system version if you need help with this.

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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If you have a Linksys WRT54GS wireless router and you need to find its MAC address for some reason, this article will walk you through the process of obtaining the address through the router's web interface. Other methods may be used instead -- such as Windows Vista's Network Map or a third party utility. (The MAC address is also printed on a sticker on the bottom of most routers, but if the router is hidden behind a computer desk or trapped in a tangle of wires, using the web interface will probably be easier.)

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