Servers :: How To Open UDP Port 16000 In Windows 7
May 21, 2011
I've got a Belkin wireless router and Windows 7. It's so I can use the application Gameranger as it requires UDP Port 16000 open. I don't have a static IP if incase I needed one tell me how to do that to.Here's the Gameranger link here:
how to open UDP port 16000 in my router Zyxel MAX 206 M1R...when i tried to start AGE OF EMPIRE 2 THE AGE OF THE KING in gameranger it says that my UDP port 16000 is not opened...so i am trying to open it..
i have 3g mobile dvr, put a sim card directly into it and it gets an ip address and you should be able to view it remotely but i cannot connect. i can ping the ip no problem and i checked that the port the dvr uses (9000) was also open on that ip and i used a locator to trace the ip and it pinpoints the ip to my isp's base so why i cannot connect to it
I have a say 'server', with win xp running on it. I want to open a port on the system so that that computer can be accessed within the network domain. for example when i open an internet explorer browser and type in [URL], i need to be able to connect to the /mls.net/eclispe.aspx present. so for that i have to be able to open a port
I have done any and everything just to even open a specific port on my pc and try PortForward's port checker and web based checkers, and I can't get the port or any port to show as open.I am trying to make an IP webcam on my network viewable from the internet.My setup is like this"gigaset 204a" / DSL modem (Ethernet cable goes into internet port on LINKSYS WRTGS wireless router) [code] Disabled I went to LINKSYS port forwarding, the address I am forwarding to is the ip webcam server. I know if the IP changes it won't work, but before thinking of setting up a static ip for the webcam on my network, I need to get it to actually work.Nothing I do will open any ports on my pc. I've tried enabling DMZ. I've even set rules for windows firewall to allow incoming/outgoing connections on the port I want, i've disabled windows firewall. am running on windows 7 ultimate. The problem for my really is as far as I can tell, I can't even open a port to allow connections to my computer from the outside. Of course all my internet games etc work fine and have never had a problem, but I can't seem to manually open a port I want.
I have always been using internet explorer and have never had any trouble opening up web sites. However this week trouble has started when using a stock trading site. When I open up the "Home Page" of IG Index this opens in full no problem. But when I then click on the tab to open up the trading section section this opens but not fully. The tool bar across the top but the main body of the page, the frame, is blank. I have tried internet options, deleting history etc and disc clean up but to no avail. Have also tried system restore but no good. Have soken ti IG Index and they suggest changing from Internet Explorer to Firefox as my browser. I dont really want to do this as I am not a computer buff and I can see all sorts of complications arising if I change to Fire Fox
I am unable to reach a particular website from my home computer. But its easily accessible from office computer. I have cleared the cache in the browser, tried to flush the dns cache using ipconfig /flushdns. Ping / tracert says - "Request timed out"
I have only recently noticed a HUGE decrease in my Utorrent speeds, so i thought i would have a gander and lo and behold.apparently the port Utorrent uses wasn't open. Now, i have tried about 10 different port numbers, made sure Utorrent is being accepted by Norton 360 Firewall,followed complicated directions to (i think) foward ports, and also follow directions to open a specific port.Nothing has worked so far, Utorrent still comes back with a port closed error.
My friend is trying to open port 88 and it says this specific message "The specified ports are being used by other configurations".I did a netstat, netstat -a, and another netstat that i forgot and we could find anything on his computer using port 88.His router is a Netgear wndr3400.
I have an IP camera (foscam). It's connected to my wireless router. My router is connected to my motorola cable modem. My isp is Cox.I want to be able to view this camera from outside (ie: when I'm at work) by going to http://(my real ip) : (port). Port that I use is 88. I can't seem to do this.
First I set the port 88 to the camera's config. I can see the camera when I'm at home (going to 192.168.1.106:88). Reading the manual, I need to forward the port 88. So I go to my linksys wireless router 192.168.1.1 and single-port forward 88 UDP TCP (both) to 192.168.1.106.This doesn't solve the problem.I go to Open Port Check Tool and put in port 88 and it says I could not see your service on (my real ip) on port (88)
recently my brother has blocked some ports on our home router because he thinks i play too much video games. ( i actually dont play a lot ! ). He says there are alternative ways to make it work again and challenges me to figure out how to change the ports back to normal but he would not give me the access to the router, meaning i dont know the Login and password for it. Plus I am not allowed to reset the router to factory settings. For about three days I have been looking up ways to change the ports on my router through my computer but nothing has worked so far. I have a gaming tournament coming up and I really need to practice with my team but i cant get access to it.below is my system's information,
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit Processor: AMD A6-3400M APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics, AMD64 Family 18 Model 1 Stepping 0 Processor Count: 4 RAM: 3560 Mb Graphics Card: AMD Radeon(TM) HD 6520G, 512 Mb Hard Drives: C: Total - 468745 MB, Free - 420932 MB; Motherboard: ASUSTeK Computer Inc., K53Z Antivirus: None
I am trying to host my own Minecraft server on my home desktop PC and I can't get my router to open port 25565 but it won't. I tried everything and I have concluded that my router's ports are all closed and can't open. I've tried using multiple DNS providers and DMZ but none worked. I have restarted my computer, restarted, rebooted, and reset my router and modem and still nothing. I have a Linksys e1000 router.
I've been trying to set up a customers security camera's for remote viewing. He has a HP running Vista, a netgear grt614 vs10 router, and a static IP address through Verizon. My problem is this. I set up port forwarding for port 80. All seems to work well sometimes and I can connect to his DVR no problem. Then other times I can't connect at all. I'll run a port checker and it will tell me port 80 is closed. Is it possible that Verizon will off and on block inbound port 80? I seem to only be able to connect during buisness hours. Is it possible that his PC needs to be on for the port to be open. The DVR is the server which is always on and the router is always on. I don't know why the computer would have to be on.
I've been trying to open ports to start a server on some games that I play.I used a guide that shows you how to set up the server and open up the port, but I can't get it to work.I've tried making an exception in my firewall,but that didn't work, so I tried completely disabling my firewalls. Nothing. I've gone into my router settings and opening a port this way: But it still doesn't open it up. This is what I'm using to check it.In fact, NONE of the ports are open it seems? No matter what port I try to type in on the port checker, it always gives me that same error.
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I travel a lot and use wifi in a lot of different places (hotels, airports, etc.)My apps don't always work and I suspect that in some instances the broadband provider is blocking some of the ports I need.I don't need a port scanner like NMAP since that scans a target IP for listening ports.What I need is a way to figure out whether some firewall between my PC and the Internet is blocking specific UDP or TCP port ranges.
How to open a port in ISA 2006, step by step?So for example, if you wanted to open port 22559 incoming from either anyone or a static IP, NAT'd to an internal IP, what would be the steps?The setup is SBS 2003 Premium edition, two NIC's, DSL on the external NIC with a static IP.
I have an issue/doubt regarding the configuration of a modem + router. The modem is a netopia-3000 (who care ) and the router is a netgear WGR614V9, The first has the address 192.168.1.1, the second 192.168.0.1 My pc in dhcp take the address from the router (192.168.0.x) and internet work, but if I set the ip manually 192.168.1.x it stop to work, why?
I want to port forward, so i can broadcast using icecast but it requires me to access my router. I follow the steps from Setting a Static IP Address in Windows 7 - PortForward.com but from step 4 where i have to access my router in my browser,i write my ip which is: 10.0.0.4 according to cmd, and i just get a "Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to 10.0.0.4" message.I have attached a picture showing info from my cmd. It's in danish but i don't think that should be a problem.
I have a Huawei E583C Mobile Modem but cannot forward some ports needed for a game (Civilization 4), specifically port 2056. Im on a windows XP and have disabled that firewall and dont have any other firewall. Ive also logged into the modem with the standard IP but unlike my linkys router in another pc, I can't find the open port section. [code]
so i have a server running on the network on 192.168.0.2 gatewway of 192.168.0.1. I am trying to setup a DVR for remote access and all this was working previously. I have setup the server for a VPN server and remote access, DHCP and ROUTER services are not enabled on the server, neither is NAT. This was working previously, now when i try forward port 8016, and connect, it will not open.
im trying to set up my cctv so i can watch it from my iphone outside my network and it says to open ports 80, 9000 and 15961. ive successfully opened ports 80 and 9000 but cant seem to get 15961 to open. i have an att 2wire.