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Ihave a 2wire gateway and a 2wire wireless,i am trying to do port forwarding on the wireless and and i cant seem to get it done how do i do this.iput the info in about the app and the port number and

Ihave a 2wire gateway and a 2wire wireless,i am trying to do port forwarding on the wireless and and i cant seem to get it done how do i do this

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    C. Dante May 11, 2010

    Please provide more detailed information on:


    1. Which Router model are you using?

    2. Which application do you want to forward?


  • Richard Eisenstein May 11, 2010

    What brand router do you have?

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Are they both router?
if they are both routers chances are they are both trying to do the same thing.
give the make and model and we will see whats up

Posted on May 25, 2009

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