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Spades_Neil
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎05-30-2010

E1000 Linksys port opening help.

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I must be doing something wrong because every time I try to save my changes to the router, they disappear magically and the ports aren't open. I must be messing with the wrong settings. I've typed in my information to everything related to "port forwarding" and checked enable. The only one where stuff hasn't disappeared is in QoS and Port Range Triggering, but neither made a difference.

 

I'm trying to open up 10803 and 9987 for my game Lock On and Teamspeak respectively. In the future I'd like to be a host for other online games as well. Problem is, no one can connect to me if I have my ports blocked like this! I'd turn off the firewall entirely, but I don't know how to do that either apparently. -_-

 

Anyone got a guide or something to open ports like this so I can host games? I can play, but I cannot host.

 

Alternatively, how to I open all ports? I know it's not recommended, but the heck with it.

peanuts
Posts: 3,117
Registered: ‎09-07-2006

Re: E1000 Linksys port opening help.

For port forwarding,follow this link.If you still get the problem then,reset the router and try to re-configure it again.

Bubbadust
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎11-17-2010

Re: E1000 Linksys port opening help.

The Linksys e1000 is not listed on portforward's site.  Any other suggestions?

Expert
Expert
Posts: 12,649
Registered: ‎07-16-2006

Re: E1000 Linksys port opening help.

Try E2000. E3000. Most of the other Linksys models.
teknofreak
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎12-17-2010

Re: E1000 Linksys port opening help.

I have a Cisco Valet, i went to portforwarding.com but, i cant find it on there, could i use one of the Cisco E series to forward my Valet?

aboston362
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎03-23-2011

Re: E1000 Linksys port opening help.

i need help in opening ports 9091-9112 & 8081-8112 on a linksys e-1000 router.  I thought I had all steps covered but I can't get it to work.   Port forwarded in a bridged mode from a westell modem.