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  1. #1
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    How to port forward with Thompson router?

    Screenshot > http://www.bravoclan.com/images/thomp.JPG

    I am using a Thompson SpeedTouch 510 and I am trying to get a teamspeak server working!
    Although I have read the guide on how to get it working behind a router, I cannot seem to find Port Forwarding, or any of the other ones that will do, this has to be the worst router ever!

    Can someone look in the screenshot and tell me what I have to do to get a teamspeak server up and running!


    p.s. why cant you post images on this forum?


    EDITED: NO double posts !!!!!!!!!!!
    Last edited by guldi; 30-03-2005 at 12:00.

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    To properly setup port forwarding for this router you need to setup a static IP for your computer.

    First Go Here:

    Code:
    http://www.portforward.com/routers.htm
    And scroll down till you find the make and model of your particular router. If your exact router is not listed there are other Thomsons that are listed you should be able to muddle through it. First setup the static IP for your OS. It walks you through every step. And then forward the port.

    As always... If you find that the portforward website helped you a lot-- feel free to donate!

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    I'm literally pulling my hair out with dispair.
    I cannot get this server working for other people to connect to it, I connect to it fine but others cant! Why?
    Ive done everything I have to, and still it does not want to work
    I have never done port forwarding before but I know that I am doing it right because I had to 'port forward' some ports to player Brothers in Arms today and it worked.

    the IP that I should be giving people is just my WAN ip, correct?
    I got it from http://www.whatismyip.com, then I just added the port :8767
    to the end, but it does NOT work.

    Here, try... 172.213.110.85:8767

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoober909
    Here, try... 172.213.110.85:8767
    Status of this IP is open (filtered) => firewall ??? You seem to block ping (ICMP) request on your router ?
    Currently I'm not entirely sure if TS doesn't requires this ? I'd enable this at least for testing.

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    Sorry, I have no idea what you are saying, are you asking me questions? Or asking them yourself?

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    You seem to block ping (ICMP) request on your router ?
    => I belive your router does this but I'm not entirely sure (reason: I could not ping you but a UDP scann was successful; I allowed myself to scann you ). Yes, this is a question, can you verifiy if your router block such requests ?

    Currently I'm not entirely sure if TS doesn't requires this ? I'd enable this at least for testing.
    This means I'm not sure if blocking ICMP requests does not block TS connections. I gave you a recommendation to disable the "block ICMP requests" on your router. No this is not a question but something you should test !


    Still unclear ?

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