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Try typing 192.168.1.1 into your web browser navigation bar and when it prompts you for a username and password type in this username = Administrator and the password should be: admin if admin does not work then use the password you made when setting up the router. once in the administrator menu look for port forwarding and use the port forwarding page to set up the port you want opened and the ip address of your computerif you need more help i will gladly try my best to walk you through the steps. i must go for now

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But anyways:
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(note: the cable from the modem to router and router to pc is a straight through cable, AKA Patch Cable. )

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