Private ip Port Forwarding

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So little detail.

So few apps would use only one port. FTP uses 2 and so on. Time to ask this unknown app's author for more detail about port numbers.

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I choose the port

Isn't about the port number.. i can choose the port , i port forwarded this program long time ago , when i haved a router and a modem...

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What do you have now ?

A land line ? Confused

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If you have 2 routers

The setup is advanced and must be fixed by you. Here I'll help turn such things back into a normal LAN with the usual single router.

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I have a single router.

R.Proffitt , what you mean is advanced? , i must make a Quick Setup to the router? , i have a single router Happy TP-Link.

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And your modem may have a router too.

Otherwise you would have been done days ago. The setup I see above looks like a second router is in play but without complete model numbers and more I can't check it out.

Also the app is not revealed. It's like you want me to fix your modified car but would blindfold me to keep it all a secret. I'd either walk or accidentally scratch the paint job.

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Here is the details.

150M Wireless Lite N Router
Model No. TL-WR740N / TL-WR740ND
Is for a minecraft server , but i guess it doesnt matter... is a port.
Tell me what you want to see and i will show you , i just want to know what is like my second router? and how can resolv this...
I can make screenshots for router details or pages Happy , thanks

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Small world.

I have a 702 TL here on my desk. But since you didn't tell me about the other network gear I must wait till you decide to share all.

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What you mean from "Share all" , you want a tracert or something like that? , tell me and i will give you.. , if you have skype we can talk easyer...

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I don't see or missed the cable modem.

Many have routers in them so we need to deal with the entire path from the PC to the internet. If you did reveal this, just repeat it.

As to Skype, that would be tech support and costly.

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Hope this help..
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Still missing detail.

I see the router and your PC but that Ethernet cable in the blue port (WAN) of the router goes to something. This is a lot of posts and maybe I missed it so tell what's on the other end of that WAN cable again. Make, model please.

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From a box.

The other side of the blue wire is a box from my provider , the box is situated on staircase.
Model for router: TL-WR740N

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Then it's game over.

Since I can't know what your provider has on the other side I can't see what could be in play. Leaving out the details means there is little to be done here.

-> LAST HURRAH. Forget port forwarding and put the PC in question into the DMZ entry.

Since you don't know what's on the other side of the cable, you have to ask the provider how to configure.

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In short...

It's like you plugged your internet feed into your PC. There are some ISPs that have, well, I can't tell from the discussion here but if it's one of those ISPs, you can't run a server since all incoming connections are blocked by the ISP.

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