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Port Forwarding Durp
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I'm not a wizard at forwarding ports or networking issues but:
On my router, I used a preset port for a TCP/UDP connection at 5190, and forwarded it to my LAN IP address at 192.168.0.X whatever. It says that the forwarding is active buttttt when I check it, the port looks to be closed. I never had a problem like this on my old router, but this one is straight from time Warner.
Any reason why this would be? Any way around it? It's made playing League of Legends unbearable since the game will choke repeatedly.