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No Ports Open?


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#1 d3_Atmos

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Posted 11 July 2013 - 02:00 PM

So a while back I portforwarded a port to allow some friends of mine to play MC with me, and it worked fine. 

Now, im trying to forward another port, which was done correctly, but, now none of my ports, and i mean NONE are visible to anything but my router. some work, some dont, for example, i can host Xbox matches, and play online, i can access internet, and play online games, host private matches, and do all that. But, i cannot host servers, or make local content available, such as servers for various games.

Ive checked my firewalls, which are all turned off, and nothing is interfering that i can find. I've searched for hours now on the web and cannot find anyone else with the same issue.

Ive tried to ping my local machine (the one im on right now) through my router page, and the results were,
"100/100 packets sent, 0/100 received, 100% loss"

heres my router page
 

Networked Computer / Device Applications & Ports Forwarded WAN Connection Type Status Delete localhost
************ Verizon FiOS Service
Tcp Any -> ***** All Broadband Devices Active   *********** C70FDAB 
TCP Any -> ***** All Broadband Devices Active   ***********

 

Xbox (***********) **** UDP 

UDP Any -> *****

All Broadband Devices Active   ***********

 

IHA_MC_CLIENT:LANCE-PC 
UDP Any -> ***** All Broadband Devices Active   ***********

 

Skype UDP at ***********
(****) 
UDP Any -> ***** All Broadband Devices Active   ***********

 

Skype TCP at ***********
 (****) 
TCP Any -> ***** All Broadband Devices Active   ***********

 

Skype UDP at ***********
 (****) 
UDP Any -> ***** All Broadband Devices Active   ***********

 

Skype TCP at ***********
 (****) 
TCP Any -> ***** All Broadband Devices Active   ***********

 

NavSOC
 (TCP) 
TCP Any -> ***** All Broadband Devices Active   ***********

 

NavSOC

(UDP) 
UDP Any -> *****

All Broadband Devices Active   ***********

 

IHA_MC_CLIENT:LANCE-PC 
UDP Any -> ***** All Broadband Devices Active   ***********

 

Skype UDP at ***********
 (2383) 
UDP Any -> ***** All Broadband Devices Active   ***********

 

Skype TCP at ***********
 (****) 
TCP Any -> ***** All Broadband Devices Active   *********** Hamachi [***********
UDP Any -> ****** All Broadband Devices Active   Lance-PC
***********

 

Destination Ports 4242 
TCP Any -> 4242
UDP Any -> 4242 All Broadband Devices Active                       <- this is the one im working with



Please please, I do rather need urgent help xD


Edited by d3_Atmos, 11 July 2013 - 02:01 PM.


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#2 d3_Atmos

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Posted 11 July 2013 - 02:02 PM

All ports are active, and i have Verizon fios so their not blocking any ports due ti usage restrictions.


Edited by d3_Atmos, 11 July 2013 - 02:02 PM.


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Posted 13 July 2013 - 02:34 AM

What is the make and model of the router? Have you tried a guide from Portforward.com  Please note: You can use the free version there is no requirement to use the auto configuration utility unless you choose to. 


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