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Ok so, trying to set up my old school D-Link DI-604 router for Borderlands. I know what ports I need to open, so I went ahead and opened them. Running a port checker says there still closed. I followed all the steps here and still no go. I tried using 3rd party software that sets it up, another no.
So whats my problem? well I thought it might be my lack of a static IP address. so I followed These steps. However, when I check my IP with any random IP checker I get some weird IP. I set it for 192.168.0.103 but when I check it using an external checker I get my IP as 188.8.131.52.
I havent really messed with this stuff in like five years so I'm lost here. Any help you guys could provide would be greatly appricated. Thanks in advance