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Would someone please tell me if I'm doing this correctly.

the "both" tab on the left means both TCP and UDP.

 

 

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Apparently you've forwarded a range of ports from 2800 to 28100. I don't see anything incorrect with that.

 

If I were to forward a single port, I would enter the same number into all three boxes (28000). Then I'd make a second rule for 28100 in a similar fashion. 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Mitthrawnuruodo said:

Apparently you've forwarded a range of ports from 2800 to 28100. I don't see anything incorrect with that.

 

If I were to forward a single port, I would enter the same number into all three boxes (28000). Then I'd make a second rule for 28100 in a similar fashion. 

 

 

 

OK - so for IL2 I just need 2800 AND 28100 correct?

If so then I'll do as you suggest and create 2 entries/rules - one for each port.

 

Thank you for the help.

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1 hour ago, Gambit21 said:

 

OK - so for IL2 I just need 2800 AND 28100 correct?

If so then I'll do as you suggest and create 2 entries/rules - one for each port.

 

Thank you for the help.

Isn't it 28000 not 2800?

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https://portforward.com/il-2-sturmovik-battle-of-stalingrad/

 

here is what mine looks like.

 

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at some point you are going to have to tell it which computer on your network you want the rules to apply to.  That is the red box in my picture.  Some newer routers let you apply rules to more than on address, but most older ones only allow you one computer (address) for each rule.

Edited by WWSitttingDuck

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9 hours ago, Gambit21 said:

OK - so for IL2 I just need 2800 AND 28100 correct?

If so then I'll do as you suggest and create 2 entries/rules - one for each port.

 

Yes, but according to the manual it's 28000 and 28100.

 

If it's still not working there are a few other things that could be causing problems, e.g. Windows firewall

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