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How do i do an open port for hosting a server on joint operations. i'm not very good with the router so pls make it simple lolol.

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Hi,No more worries, You can approach this http://www.thewebpole.com/ site's user friendly service ,here only i successfully launched my website with this site's domain name and hosting at very cheap rate.you too also do this one.All the best.

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Once you have logged into the router, under the Applications tab, there will be a Port Forwarding page. Simply forward the port you require to the hosting servers IP address and click Apply/Save Settings. Ports are: 80 for http, 443 for https. You can find a complete list by googling TCPIP Ports.

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You will need to go to your router settings by typing your routers default ip address using your internet browser. Then go to port forwarding option to enter your port address on UDP or TCP. Hope you get it.

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Online Gaming on Windows


You need to open the right port up in your router settings. This affects the security of your network though. I am not sure what ports you need to open but if you google it you will noone find out.

Jun 26, 2013 | Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate for PC

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Virtual Server / Port Forwarding does not work from within the Local Network


When you use port forwarding in Virtual Servers and try to test it from within the local network, it may fail. When for example, port 80 is forwarded to a web server in the local network, you may get the router's home page instead of the web server's one or you may get nothing at all. When you try to use the server from outside the local network it will work fine though.

This can happen when you try to access the router's WAN IP address from within the local network. In order for port forwarding to work from within the local network, the router needs to support a feature called NAT loopback. This is not a part of the specification of Belkin routers and modem-routers, so most of them will not have the feature, and if a router does have it, it is not supported.

In order to use the server from within the LAN, you can address it by its internal LAN IP address (e.g. 192.168.2.101).

If the WAN IP address has a DNS host name associated with it, such as www.example.com, and you need to use that name to connect to the server, you can do so by associating the name to the local IP address in the hosts file (a file called hosts with no extension). This file lists IP addresses and host names and is used before actual DNS lookups are done. You can add lines to the hosts file using a text editor like Notepad on Windows. The lines look like:

192.168.2.101 www.example.com www.otherdomain.com # comment

The lines contain an IP address and one or more host names separated by white space. Anything that follows a hash sign is a comment and will be ignored. You will need to change the hosts file on all machines in the LAN that need access to the server.

On Windows, the hosts file can be found in C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\Etc on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7, in C:\WinNT\System32\Drivers\Etc on Windows 2000, and in C:\Windows on Windows 98 and ME. You need to have administrator rights to edit the file; on Windows Vista and Windows 7 you need to run Notepad as administrator.

on May 05, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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NAT type is set to strict, I would like it set to open. Modem is a NETGEAR DM111P


What you have to do is go to your router settings!! You need to find DMZ settings !! DMZ Server allows you to set up a computer or server that is available to anyone on the Internet for services that you haven't defined. There are security issues with doing this, so only do this if you're willing to risk open access. If you do not assign a Default DMZ Server, the Router discards any incoming service requests which are undefined. This can be a security problem. You shouldn't check this box unless you have a specific reason to do so. Thats enough **** of that !! Then you need your xbox IP address and add that to the DMZ setting this will set your NAT to open!! Just be careful if not using a static IP address with your xbox that if router is turned off the xbox will asign a new one and you will have to re-enter the DMZ. Hope this helps

Feb 22, 2011 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Am trying to set up a Windows 2003 server to serve web pages over the Internet. Have got a DSL line from Embarq. They installed a EQ-660R interface which is really build by Zyxel. I can reach the Internet...


In order to access your default web page remotely, port 80 "INBOUND" must be open to the internet.

To access your web server, two things need to happen.
The first is you or someone else must initiate a http request on port 80 using the public IP Address of your DSL connection.
Second, your router must forward that request to your servers internal ip address.

Ex. Lets say your public ip address is 24.39.45.10. In a browser window from a remote location, you enter the URL http ://24.39.45.10 The request will be sent to your router on port 80.

Your web server will not have the ip address 24.39.45.10 because it's on the private network side of your router. So, lets say the private ip address of you server is 192.168.1.100

You need to configure your router to take the http request coming from the internet on port 80 to ip address 24.39.45.10 and forward that request to 192.168.1.100. This is known as port forwarding.

You also need to configure the host header name of your "web page" so it knows it needs to display the web page.

Since we're just using ip addresses in this example and not an actual FQDN (fully qualified domain name), you would make a host header entry for the web page of 24.39.45.10.

To do this open IIS.
Navigate to the web site in question and right click on it then select properties.
On the website tab, ensure the port number is set to 80 and choose the appropriate internal ip address if you have more than one network adapter in the server.
Next click on the advanced tab and look for the heading Multiple identities for this site. This is where you enter the ip address 24.39.45.10.

If you have a fully qualified domain name, you would enter the domain name instead of the ip address as specified in this example.

Host header names are the key to running multiple websites from one physical server as long as it has the necessary horsepower to do so.

Hope this helps and isn't confising. If you're confused in any way, don't hesitate to ask for clarification.


Sep 13, 2009 | Zyxel P-660RU-T1 ADSL Ethernet/USB Router...

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It says :"you have been disconnected from online servers"


There can be particular issues related
to playing through a router or firewall,
including sharing your internet
connection via another PC. In order to
join or host a Conflict: Global Storm
game from behind a firewall you must
open the following ports (inbound and
outbound):

UDP ports 4658, 6500, 10010,
13139, 27900

TCP ports 4658, 6667, 28910,
29900, 29901, 29920

To host a game from behind a router
with NAT (Network Address
Translation), or a firewall, you will
need to enable ‘port forwarding’ on
the following ports to route data to the
IP address of your PC;

UDP ports 4658, 6500

TCP port 4658

If you continue to have problems
connecting to servers or creating
them, try bypassing your router or
firewall by connecting your PC directly
to your broadband connection.

Do not use ALT+TAB and do not enter Windows when multiplayer is running. It will kill the connection to GameSpy servers which are needed for connecting to any internet server.

Apr 26, 2009 | Eidos Interactive Conflict: Global Storm

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Friend cannot conect to me while im the host server.


 Each computer on the router is assigned an ip if DHCP is enabled in the router. This is known as your inhouse IP and you will need these to forward ports.

On each computer connected to the router open cmd (command prompt) and type
ipconfig /all
Make note of the ip assigned for each machine.

Open your router setup and enable DHCP if is isn't already. Save changes.
Locate Port Forwarding or Advanced Routing.
Create a rule for each machine. You can name them anything you like, such as machine1, machine2...
Select TCP for the protocol. You can select a port range in the ports boxes. In the IP box you will type the ip for each machine and select enable. Save Changes.
Reboot everything, machines, router and modem. 

Also note some routers have a gaming tab which will make this easier to setup.

Good luck
 

Mar 30, 2009 | Belkin Computers & Internet

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I want to use my hp g2 server to set up an internet radio station


Ah , I have been down this road myself :-) ...... I can give you a few words of advice......

  • As far as the server itsef , it really doesn't need anything spectaculer in regards to hardware & specs.....a box running XP with 512mb of RAM would suffice...so your server should be fine
  • Bandwith - you are going to need ALOT of it if you are streaming more then 64kb's....typically if you are playing any sort of music you stream at 128kb....so make sure you have a hefty data plan!
  • For the server itself , use the "Shoutcast" software for hosting the station....it is easy to use , has plenty of support and documentation....you can literally have a station up in 5 mins!
  • For broadcasting you can use the Winamp program with the "Shoutcast DSP" plugin...but if you are playing alot of music , want advertisments and like to DJ I would recommend something like "SAM 4"
Just a quick overview to get you started , all you really have to do is download the shoutcast server software , edit the config file - which includes the admin password , the port to broadcast on , the max number of listners you want etc..........

You then need to do some port forwarding, opening up the port on your router and sending the connections to your server....actually doing it is easy, but it varies by router model, you can use this site for a step by step, just select your router , and then select "Shoutcast" http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/routerindex.htm

From there you launch the server program , and connect to the server with Winamp or SAM....and now your on the air!


SHoutcast documentation to setup DJ and server:
http://shoutcast.com/download


I have alot of exp. with this , you didnt really specify a specfic problem or question , so if you need anything else be sure to leave a comment here and I can help you even more!

Oct 02, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Outgoing emails


Hi,

Were you able to send emails (in Outlook) prior to the installation of the D-Link AirPlus DI-524?

If yes, this error message tells us that the remote server has rejected your email/message due to your host not being on a list of servers able to send the destination server mail. You will need to contact the remote server administrator for assistance with this issue. This error has nothing to do with D-Link, it is a problem with the remote host.

If no likewise, then your ISP has blocked port 25 (which is being used by Outlook for outgoing). You need to get in touch with your ISP and verify if this is the case or if you need to switch to port 26 or 587 or something else.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

Apr 08, 2008 | D-Link AirPlus DI-524 Wireless Router

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Web hosting


What game are you trying to host? did you already open the port on your router for others to come in and play? Ask for the port number and try to open it on your router's set up page. call your router manuv\facturer once you already have the port number/ numbers.

Oct 13, 2007 | Paradyne (6211-A2-200) Router

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CyberXLink CXL-EBR-W router - can't open ports 5631/5632 for pcAnywhere


Hi dave, I'm not familiar with that router at all and I didn't find any doc's online for it so I'm running blind here but... If the router has it make sure "Block WAN Request" is disabled or you won't get anywhere. Also I don't know if the print server has anything to do with your problem. Have you tried mapping those ports directly to the host in the router? TCP PCanywhere port 5631 Inbound 192.168.1.[host IP] port 5631 UDP PCanywhere port 5632 Inbound 192.168.1.[host IP] port 5632 I'm also assuming that you're using a static IP on the host. You don't want to use a dynamic IP. Hope this helps. Let me know how you make out, Duder

Nov 17, 2006 | cyberxlink (CXLEBRW) Wireless Router

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