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Topic # 160010 19-Dec-2014 22:21
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Is there some limitation why I can't do this? 

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  Reply # 1201325 21-Dec-2014 03:55
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above 50k what?





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  Reply # 1201342 21-Dec-2014 07:45
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hamish225: above 50k what?


as the title says a port above 50,000

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  Reply # 1201470 21-Dec-2014 13:36
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I'm pretty sure there just aren't that many ports





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  Reply # 1201494 21-Dec-2014 14:21
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Ports go up to 65535, a 16 bit integer. hamish225 geekcred decremented ;)

I see no reason port forwarding above 50K should be any different than below 50K. What router? What service? What are you trying to achieve?




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  Reply # 1201497 21-Dec-2014 14:31
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timmmay: Ports go up to 65535, a 16 bit integer. hamish225 geekcred decremented ;)

I see no reason port forwarding above 50K should be any different than below 50K. What router? What service? What are you trying to achieve?


This is nothing to do with router type.

As MyRepublic use CG-NAT rather than allocating a public IP you can't configure port forwards in your own router. I'm presuming the OP is referring to some form on online service they offer allowing something to be configured.





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  Reply # 1202340 22-Dec-2014 21:29
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Oh k, do they charge for static ip? 

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  Reply # 1202344 22-Dec-2014 21:44
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Coon: Oh k, do they charge for static ip? 


No idea. What does their website say?



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  Reply # 1202394 23-Dec-2014 07:17
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