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Wannabe Geek
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Topic # 240266 29-Aug-2018 19:27
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Hi there,

 

 

I just got a static IP assigned on my 2degrees fibre connection, but I'm unable to port-foward to my minecraft server (port 25565)

 

 

I did have this working fine on my previous ISP with the same Mikrotik router and port-forward config

 

 

Does 2degrees block all forms of port-fowarding?

 

 

Cheers

 


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  Reply # 2081063 29-Aug-2018 19:36
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No. Think again.



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  Reply # 2081066 29-Aug-2018 19:43
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Thanks I guess?

 

 

I followed this guide: http://www.icafemenu.com/how-to-port-forward-in-mikrotik-router.htm to setup port fowarding to the IP of the server running MineOS. am I missing something?

 

 


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  Reply # 2081071 29-Aug-2018 19:48
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Hi, so what inbound interface do you have it associated with, interface1, vlan10 or the pppoe, it should be the latter, note making assumption 2deg use vlan and pppoe

Cyril



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  Reply # 2081075 29-Aug-2018 19:52
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That's it!

 

 

thanks mate, I had it set on interface 1, MY BAD!

 

 

It's working on pppoe interface. Previous ISP was not using VLAN, I just completely facepalmed

 

 

thanks again for helping this random user out!

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