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After a long and exhausting attempt to open ports for the MODERN WARFARE game I need help with some questions:

When determining a fixed IP what should be written in this line, I saw a lot of opinions and nonsense and I wanted a clear opinion on the subject (some say put 8.8.8.8 of , Share the IP, share the Default gateway:

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My modem + router is TPLINK VR600.

I went to the router's kinpog page and followed the official guide, the problem is that the rubric DHCP SERVER (the video pops up there) does not appear in my settings. Is it critical? If so where do I find it?

Instead of what I have in the video I have this menu:

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I set all the ports as the guide shows (I skipped the previous step):

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And yet in the game itself it does not appear to me that the NAT is open.

I would appreciate someone who can guide me to understand where the problem is.

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I saw one guide on youtube that said just to turn off the firewall in general.

It's really more detailed!

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dns is the server that translates the URLs of the sites. That of Personally, I see no reason to use it if you have no special problems.

Regarding the NAT, first step you need a permanent internal address for your computer, it is advisable to do it through the router, give an address according to the mac address, this is the address of the card , For example an internal address 192.168.1.10.

* By segment of the network.

For a card address ffaa .....

Then in the NAT column set the port you want to move, write down the computer's address and check Enabled.

Personally I prefer to configure DMZ which is all the ports open because there is a firewall in the operating system.

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Personally I prefer to configure DMZ which is all the ports open because there is a firewall in the operating system

It is good to know that it is possible to allow everything, making life easier.

If I do DMZ approval need to enter:

DMZ Host IP Address: 0.0.0.0

What should be in the address?

Then I'll have to allow everyone in Windows Firewall again?

There is also no overall definition without all the headache?

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You need a fixed internal address to have a device set up, you can according to the current address but it can change.

Regarding the firewall of , Sometimes she jumps up and asks if you allow, sometimes she allows without asking and sometimes she blocks without asking.

I use th

Windows 10 firewall control

She dresses on the software of And pops up a window on every login, in the free version it is not possible to disable operating system software.

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You need a fixed internal address to have a device set up, you can according to the current address but it can change.

So I understand that if I have already set a fixed IP then I can enter it there and that's all?

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Yes.

Preferably a fixed address through the router not through the operating system.

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Preferably a fixed address through the router not through the operating system

It really does not matter whether through the router or a choice through the operating system.

It is important that the fixed IP address of the computer is not in the address range defined on the router's DHCP server.

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Fixed ip through the operating system generally causes more problems, it is not that there will necessarily be problems. No problem testing through the operating system.

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First of all, it is not recommended to open DMZ.

The more open ports there are to the internal network, the greater the security risk.

A port is not something that is opened every day, it is better not to be lazy and open only the desired port.

Firewall does not just exist and the ports are not open by default.

And as for the internal IP, I think it is better to configure through the router so that all the fixing of the addresses is concentrated in one place.

If you still set through the network card, then as they said do not set to an address that is in the address range that the router distributes so that there will be no address conflict.

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If you still set through the network card, then as they said do not set to an address that is in the address range that the router distributes so that there will be no address conflict.

I did not understand how the concept of card came in here , Speaks of a fixed IP through the router or through Windows.

And I did not understand what is meant by the range of addresses that the router distributes, in all the directories I saw said just do CMD and then IPCONFIG and set the address that appears there as permanent.

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If the fix you are doing is through Windows as you say, then you are fixing the address in your computer's network card settings.

It is important to understand that the address is associated with the network card and not the computer.

On servers for example, there is usually more than one card one. Per card Has its own MAC address and its own IP address.

You can also try connecting a laptop to it Both wired and wireless and run ipconfig. You will get 2 different outputs (of the two network cards) each of which has a MAC address and a separate IP address.

And as for the range that the router shares, each DHCP server (in this case the router) has a definition of which address range it will share.

For example in my Tipilink C7 the default range is 192.168.1.100-192.168.1.249.

If you manually set an address on the network card that is in this range, the router may hand it over to another consumer on the network (because it does not know you have already caught it manually) and then you will have an address conflict.

So actually determining the address you got from the router before you set it up is not a good idea.

Check the router's settings which address range it divides and determine the address that is outside that range.

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Both IP and Default Gateway? And if I am supposed to give an address outside of what the router is dividing, what numbers am I supposed to change? The last group? Or arbitrary all 4 numbers I choose it will work?

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In the Default Gateway you anyway give the address of the router.

And yes, you will only change the last group (called in professional language octave).

Because otherwise the address you give will not be in the same subnet of your network (in the case of a home router).

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