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Old 09-01-2004, 11:05 PM   #11 (permalink)
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if you have a static ip address then don`t bother reading this or if your are not on a network if you are then read on but only if you know your dns server prefered and alternate,default gateway is usualy what you type in to get into your modem or whatever you said in the above post ip address is whatever you want your pc`s internal ip to be,this is the address you want to forward to those ports ,or from those ports whatever its late here lol srylol, click run type in command then at the dos promt type in ipconfig,to see what your ip of your machine is,then type exit to close the window making sure you know what your ip is ,proceed to control panel network and internet connections,click on network connections(right click) whatever your local area network is,then highlight internet protocals and hit properties and click use the following ip address,and then click on use the following dns servers,have to abtain this from your isp usually,after entering all the info your pc will have the same internal ip everytime you boot up.
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Something I suggested .. .. .. worked?!?

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