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Posted on 05-07-08 21:26
I decided to play around with Ventrilo and i wanted to set up a server from my computer, so i Dl'd the server exe installed, etc. now the problem is i can connect to my server (duh) but others cant, i forwarded the ports through my router, windows Firewall and macafee, and still they cannot connect. would this be something with my router mayhap?

Router is a Belkin F5D7230-4

help would be pimp Grin


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Posted on 05-07-08 21:54
Ive never used a belkin before, but if its anything like a netgear (im sure its quite a lot like a netgear), its something on the router itself. Login and look for firewall settings, probably something like services. Then you add an allow on that port for that service. If its p2p you might need to add a custom service, just find out what port ure p2p is using and call it p2p, allow tcp&udp if you dont know which you need.


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Posted on 05-07-08 21:56
Does this help?
http://portforwar. . .ntrilo.htm

Maybe problem with port numbers..?
Did you add a rule to your routers firewall? (if enabled)
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Posted on 07-07-08 01:31
[quote]HHammer wrote:
Does this help?
http://portforwar. . .ntrilo.htm

okay thats actually what i used to go with was that before hand and thats why i got completely puzzled that it still didnt work...but i will look into the firewall cuz i do have that enabled on the Router. ty


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Posted on 07-07-08 06:09
okay. thought you would enjoy the update on this. Good news is i got it working....bad news i feel like a COMPLETE nubcake...man, okay for some reason...i just thought my DSL modem to be unmanaged; well turns out there is some firewalls and settings on THAT also, haha man i felt like a idiot...BUT oh well now i know something i didn't Grin thanks for the help guys


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Posted on 07-07-08 10:31
Haha, double firewalls ftw xD


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