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After forwarding ports, lose internet connection on other pcs on the lan

I followed the procedure and used the correct ports for Deer Hunter 2005, but after saving changes I lose my internet connection on the other PCs on my network.I set the PC with the game in the DMZ.

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Welcome to fixya

Restet the IPs of all other computers this might help

if you do not know how this this is how to do it

first goto msdos promt

then type in ipconfig hit enter

then type in ipconfig/release hit enter

then typs in ipconfig/renew hit enter (might take a few min )

after that type in inconfig again and see if there is a different ip #

close the window and try to get on internet if yes then there you go if not might have to reboot computer and then try the internet


hope this helps you out have a good day :)

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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