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    Smith's Avatar Since 1989.. BT Rep: +1
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    are their any programs like this one? Port Magic

    i used it for 14 days and then i tried to find a crack but i couldnt, so now im looking for another program like this one, which works like this one, and if its not free at least has a crack out there.


    **im not asking for a crack so dunn close this topic please*

  2. Internet, Programming and Graphics   -   #2
    You could try Sygate Home Network.

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    muchspl2
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    why do you need a crutch
    learn how to open your ports in your router

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    Originally posted by muchspl2@31 March 2004 - 20:43
    why do you need a crutch
    learn how to open your ports in your router
    I don't think he has a router. If he did then he would not be asking for internet sharing software.

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    muchspl2
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    PORT MAGIC FEATURES

    Configuration Management: Port Magic automatically configures your router to allow applications — including instant messaging, file swapping, media players, online gaming, applications servers, and more — to connect to each other across the Internet.
    q

  6. Internet, Programming and Graphics   -   #6
    Originally posted by muchspl2@31 March 2004 - 20:58

    PORT MAGIC FEATURES

    Configuration Management: Port Magic automatically configures your router to allow applications including instant messaging, file swapping, media players, online gaming, applications servers, and more to connect to each other across the Internet.
    q
    Sorry. I just read the first part. .

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    ya, i need it to open ports so i can host a server for my clan.

    i uno how to open ports, and ive tried with tutorials.

    and suggestions?

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    Originally posted by TheCanuk@31 March 2004 - 23:36
    ya, i need it to open ports so i can host a server for my clan.

    i uno how to open ports, and ive tried with tutorials.

    and suggestions?
    Does your router have a web interface? Use it.

    anyways what you want to do is use port forwarding it is usually something like this. (example a web server)

    Code:
    Your computer  Local port  
    192.12.3.3        80
    On Router      To computer (forward to)
    port 80 open  192.12.3.3

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    Some of theese manufacturers should be penalized for lack of ease of use. The cheaper the router the more features it lacks.

    Most basic routers should come with a web based interface at the very least although most do not. So glad I can configure my router through ssh, telnet, and web.

    @TheCanuk -- check the documentation that came with your router.

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    its a linksys rounter, not wireless, and it does have a web interface. how do i find out what prot bf uses to host servers?

    and were do i go from there?

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