Discussion in 'Community Support' started by Christian Göpfert, Apr 1, 2016.
And is it the same in router and website?
What do you mean? And how do i check?
Did you make it
router UDP 60000 60002
if you did not made port forwarding
you have to go to your router find port forwarding and made 3 ports
RR1 60000 UDP
RR2 60001 TCP
RR3 60002 UDP
I think I did, but just to make sure, does it have to be external or internal, and what difference is there?
You have to make a port and they must be constantly on you have to check if it has changed ip address When change, you have to put a new one I sent you pictures of how I installed it
You can use a web service to check if your port forwarding is on. Try to search for port forwarding test on your favourite search engine.
Thank you very much for your help Racki ! the best post and solution for me. I had the same problem to connect to a local server from machines in the same LAN than local server. Its not necesary a loopback interfaces or anything. My port forwarding is correct from Cisco router but it doesnt work and I was crazy with the problem.
thanks machine !
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