Port Forwarding Help

Discussion in 'Network questions and troubleshooting' started by Merton, Apr 10, 2007.

  1. Merton

    Merton Maha Guru

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    I am pretty familar with basic port forwarding, but my current router has some pretty interesting options, and to be honest, I have no idea what they mean. Here is what my screen looks like:

    I AM USING A Ambit U10C019 Wireless Cable Modem Router

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    What I want is to open ports 6112 - 6118. However, I don't know what "public interface IP" means, or what I should set for "internal IP"? How do I find the "public interface ip"?

    If anyone can help me with these settings I would definitely appreciate it.
     
  2. starving

    starving Ancient Guru

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    public interface IP is your public ip, I think you can leave it like it is now.
    You should be able to find the public ip somewhere in the router settings, or at http://whatsmyip.org/.
    The internal ip is the ip for the computers on the inside of the router, you can find it by using ipconfig in a commandwindow.
     

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