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Port Forwarding through three routers

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by Sonicsky, Oct 18, 2012.

  1. Sonicsky

    Sonicsky Member

    Sep 17, 2009
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    First off, I'll give you the network setup.
    (modem's IP is 173.163.40.X)
    The main router that connects to the modem has an IP of (This is RTR A)
    The next in line has an IP of (RTR B)
    and the final router has an IP of (RTR C)
    the subnet is setup as

    Now here is the question, Is it possible to get RTR C to forward the port 11075 from the modem connection to the PC's IP of without involving the setiings of RTR A and RTR B.
    Or do I have to set each router to forward the port from one to the other in sequence.
    If that's so, I don't have access to my neighbor's router (RTR A) and he refuses to forward ports because "it's way too risky".

    It would be nice to get that one port forwarded so I can host a Terraria server without paying the full price of high-speed internet (3 Megabytes per second) (Me and my neighbor pay half and half so that it isn't so taxing on either side).
  2. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

    Oct 15, 2004
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    moved to correct forum as not a windows issue.

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