Hello all, I have a bit of a dilemma. I cannot, for the life of me get any type of port mapping program to work on windows 10. Now, I know that UpnP is enabled on my router/modem. Bittorrent and Tunngle has no problems opening a port from within it's program. Port mapping programs, all that I have tried, will not. The ports already mapped are showing in the mapped ports list. But if I create a port to map for say, gaming, the internal port number resets to 1. And the port remains closed. My ISP has restricted access to my router to allow for manually forwarding ports. Thus the need for a mapper. I also noticed, that my network according to ipconfig is using Taredo, when before it was not. I did try to use a second router that I was able to access to forward through to no avail. The network name and type changed after that to the router it was connected to, and even after being disconnected and the modem/router that ISP provided was reconnected, it remains. Any ideas on any of this?
Edited by Chris Cosgrove, 20 October 2016 - 05:33 PM.
Moved from Win 10 to Networking.