Question about Computers & Internet
1. Find out what the IP Address is on your computer and assign it statically
2. Open up the necessary ports in your Windows Firewall if it's enabled
3. Logon to the Wireless Routers web interface
4. Go to the "Application and Gaming" screen of your router
5. Input a name, the port number(s) (note: if only 1 port the start and end number can be the same), leave the protocol as both, type in the static IP of your computer, and check the enable box
6. Save settings
If you need more detailed instruction on the individual steps please let me know. I'm happy to break them down for you in better detail.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
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