Minecraft: Port Forwarding for MC Servers on a Verizon FiOS router

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Read Description (MUST) Port Forwarding, for a Verizon FiOS MI424WR Router... Website: redvenom.site88.net or redvenom.site88.net I know their is only 1 video for a Verizon MI424WR Router and a lot have said that it does not work because their is no add option, well here is a video screenshot (i think) of what your supposed to click on 1. Type 192.168.1.1 in internet explorer and then hit enter and log in 2. Log In - ID admin PW password (default) 3. There are 3 columns, scroll down a bit and their should be something that says "Quick Links" - "Port Forwarding(Enable applications Games, IM&Others)" (First Option for me) 4. it will show you a long list depending on the applications you already have installed like for instance Skype, torrent programs or tudou 5. in the first box at the top click your computer name good for Verizon users they don't have to look it up via ipconfig in your command prompt. 6. click "Custom Ports" and few more options should show up and it should look like that 7. make sure "Protocol" is set to TCP or Both (based on MC server set up video's I've seen) 8. Under "Forward to Port" select "Specify" and enter 25565 9. (If needed fix the conflicting programs...) for me it was azurez torrent, skype, tudou and a ton of others... but since i'm admin... I Deleted every single port that was opened cept the ones that were mine...


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Artist: how to fix ip conflict windows 7
Video title: Minecraft: Port Forwarding for MC Servers on a Verizon FiOS router
Category: How to
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Submitted by: webgig
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