open tcp 12000 - 12999 and udp 6000 - 6003 po

June 7, 2009 at 13:47:31
Specs: Windows vista
i need 2 open ports they r tcp 12000 - 12999 and udp 6000 - 6003 can any 1 help me

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June 8, 2009 at 11:18:49
This is done in your router's configuration. Read the manual for your router, it will explain how.

If you don't have the manual, or don't understand it, post back with the exact make and model of your router.

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June 10, 2009 at 11:29:45
its a netgear i think its dg34 or sumthing like that i ant tuch the router it keeps nocking off if u move it lol

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June 10, 2009 at 12:36:02
A netgear "dg34 or something" huh? I guess this isn't important enough for you to take the time to actually find out the model number. If you can't be bothered to help yourself, even minimally, why should anyone else?

There is no Netgear router with model number "dg34". And so, as before, nobody can help you unless you tell us what you need help with.

See, here's how it goes. To solve your problem, you have to make changes to your router configuration. To do that you have to know how to access and navigate your router's administration interface. Since you don't know how to do that, you need somebody to tell you. But nobody can tell you how to work with your router if you don't tell us what router you are working with.

See? Put in a little effort and you'll get the help you need.

Once again: you must configure your router to solve this problem. That will require "tuching" the router. It will also require finding out what router you have.

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