Having trouble with port forwarding.. Solved

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  1.    10 Apr 2018 #11

    my my i forgot to post a screenshot of when i tried to set a local ip...maybe its not important but it might be
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       10 Apr 2018 #12

    Before we address the possible Kaspersky issue, let's check a few more things.

    In Windows Defender Firewall, check that under the Advanced TAB for your configuration that your settings are applied to Domain and Private networks only.


    Next we need to make sure your Network Location is detected as a Private, not Public. Here is a tutorial for it:

    TenForums Tutorial - Set Network Location to Private or Public in Windows 10 Network & Sharing


    About that message you just got. What did you configure as default gateway?
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  3.    10 Apr 2018 #13

    default gateway is set at 192.168.1.1 , the same set of numbers i use to connect to router settings
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    it was private already
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       10 Apr 2018 #14

    Great, do you have the other DNS server configured with your router address? Google does not know anything of your local games and ports. :)
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  5.    10 Apr 2018 #15

    i am not very sure to what you are referring to now , router settings ? is there a guide i can follow ? i followed a small blizzard article stating these 2 ports are required for diablo 2. i thought that the thing you stated if i remember correctly is that my ipv4 needs to be outside of the dhcp server , but i could be wrong ...what exactly are you refering to
    oh yeah and if youre up to that , we could teamviewer or windows remote desktop...anything like that so you can examine my pc quickly and router settings..
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       10 Apr 2018 #16

    Phoebus said: View Post
    i am not very sure to what you are referring to now , router settings ? is there a guide i can follow ? i followed a small blizzard article stating these 2 ports are required for diablo 2. i thought that the thing you stated if i remember correctly is that my ipv4 needs to be outside of the dhcp server , but i could be wrong ...what exactly are you refering to
    oh yeah and if youre up to that , we could teamviewer or windows remote desktop...anything like that so you can examine my pc quickly and router settings..
    Go here and check for your appropriate Network adapter:
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    Let's try these first before TeamViewing.


    If all is in check, then restart both computer and router and try the connection with your port checking tools again. I guess you need to have the D2 server online before the tool get any response from the outside world.
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       10 Apr 2018 #17

    All support on the forum should be provided only Via the forum, not in Personal Messages or Live control sessions.
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  8.    10 Apr 2018 #18

    Unfortunately nothing worked.................im going to PM you my Teamviewer credentials..
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  9.    10 Apr 2018 #19

    Barman58 said: View Post
    All support on the forum should be provided only Via the forum, not in Personal Messages or Live control sessions.
    i understand where you're getting but its just that through a session the problem would be solved in 10 minutes...hopefully that is
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       10 Apr 2018 #20

    All your settings are in check so now we need to kill any traces of Kaspersky.

    Go here and follow the instructions:
    Removal tool for Kaspersky Lab products (kavremover)



    If that does not help, then remove IPV6 support for the network adapter that is connected to internet. Sometimes IPV6 can confuse IPV4 traffic.
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