Port Forwarding via Windows Explorer

Port Forwarding via Windows Explorer

Twins'R'Okay

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Port Forwarding via Windows Explorer - for those that can't, for whatever reason, get into their router admin page

DISCLAIMER: This method is not guaranteed to work on every router. Consider it an alternative to this guide.

Hey kiddies.

Are you confused about port forwarding?
Can you not get access to your router's wifi page?
Did your router, for some reason or another, remove the port forward dialog?

If you say "Yes" to all of the above, here's an easier solution that doesn't require you to open another tab...

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Fluffy Smiles

The Stupid Recolor
This is a good method but i get a error trying to port forward, The error is in the attachment.
 

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Fluffy Smiles

The Stupid Recolor
oh i found out the problem, i put my public ip (73.150.44.115) in, not my local but when i make the service, it doesn't appear
 
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