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Topic # 59372 4-Apr-2010 06:38
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Thing is, i use Straigth Core WRT-314 Wireles router and this router isn't listed on

Im hosting Coutner-Strike: Source deticated server.

I allready checked my router homepage , and there is no sign of port forwarding.

My only solution was using hamachi ,but unfortunatly ping from 5-15 raised to 500-1500 ,i personaly think because of the long way back and forward server>router>hamachi>hamachi>router/ip>client and backwards.

I need to know is there any way i can port forward with some software ect.

Im struggling to find something ....

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  Reply # 322477 24-Apr-2010 21:27
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Port Forwarding is a general term. Some modems/routers call it Virtual Servers.

We need to find something on the device that forwards a specific port to a specific IP address.

As for the ping time getting longer, I suspect this might have something to do with the modem/router. If it is slow are sending through requests then this might have an effect. The other thing to look out for it QoS (Quality of Service) turn this off and test again (this can cause issues in some cases)

Best of luck though, let me know how you get on.

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