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Can not run server through router

I have an linksys router set up, i want to play lock and open my server, the address i was give to open ports was http://192.168.0.1/
but it does not seem to work

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  • scott_1966 Jan 21, 2008

    thanks this may work i will try

    regards

    scott

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Click on start and go to run. Type in CMD... then type in Ipconfig /all

find out what the gateway is and that will be the correct address.

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