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Port forwarding with westell A90 9100EM

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Finch
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Port forwarding with westell A90 9100EM

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I recently installed a new westell 9100em router.   I am trying to set up port forwdaring for a game called Starcraft, which uses port 6112.  I tried portforward.com, which allowed me to forward my ports for this game for every other router I have used, but this router is not listed there.  I don't know if this will be any help, but I am able to join games, just not host them. When I host a game, it says that my latency is too high for others to join.  Here is a list of the fileds needed for the "add screen" and what it says on my diagnostics page.  I believe local host should be my computer's ID given by the router(192.168.1.2)?

 

Thanks!

 

Add Port Forwarding Rule

 

[ ] Specify Public IP Address

    Local Host:[192.168.1.2

[ ] Specify Network IP Address

Protocols: [drop down box]

Forward to Port: ______________


 

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Local Host     Local Address     Network Address    Public IP Address   Protocols         Status 

localhost       127.0.0.1        Any                Any                 TCP Any -> 4567   Active  

 

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Re: Port forwarding with westell A90 9100EM

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Your router screens may look like one of these two guides:

http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Actiontec/MI-424-WR/MI-424-WRindex.htm

http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Actiontec/MI-424-WRv2/MI-424-WRv2index.htm

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