Deco M5 Port Forwarding not working? (Setting up a Java Minecraft Server)

Deco M5 Port Forwarding not working? (Setting up a Java Minecraft Server)
Deco M5 Port Forwarding not working? (Setting up a Java Minecraft Server)
2020-08-26 15:41:13 - last edited 2020-08-27 01:09:35
Model: Deco M5
Hardware Version: V3
Firmware Version: 1.3.4 Build 20191012 Rel. 52072

So I am setting up a Java Minecraft server from my computer, I have confirmed it is working and I am currently attempting to Port Forward it.

 

I used the Deco app to port forward however it appears that the port forwarding still is not working. I am using the following settings:
Service Type: Custom

Service Name: Server

Internal IP: (Set to machine)

Internal and External port: 25565

Protocol: All

 

Despite this, it would appear the port forwarding still isn't working. I am using a Windows 10 desktop computer. Any help?

{I have been told that the router firewall might be blocking the connection but I do not know how to access it if it exists either.}

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Re:Deco M5 Port Forwarding not working? (Setting up a Java Minecraft Server)-Solution
2020-08-27 01:09:30 - last edited 2020-08-27 01:09:35

@Yuukikonno08 

 

Hi,

 

What is the WAN/Internet IP address of the Deco M5?

 

Please use the computer in the same network to do the tests below and tell us the results.

A. Use LAN IP+port to test if the Java Minecraft Server can be accessed from LAN;

B. Use WAN IP+port on LAN PC to test if the port is opened.

 

Meanwhile, please disable the firewall and anti-virus software on the computer. 

 

BTW, please tell us the detailed network layout, how is this server connected in the Deco network.

 

Any updates, just let us know. 

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Re:Deco M5 Port Forwarding not working? (Setting up a Java Minecraft Server)-Solution
2020-08-27 01:09:30 - last edited 2020-08-27 01:09:35

@Yuukikonno08 

 

Hi,

 

What is the WAN/Internet IP address of the Deco M5?

 

Please use the computer in the same network to do the tests below and tell us the results.

A. Use LAN IP+port to test if the Java Minecraft Server can be accessed from LAN;

B. Use WAN IP+port on LAN PC to test if the port is opened.

 

Meanwhile, please disable the firewall and anti-virus software on the computer. 

 

BTW, please tell us the detailed network layout, how is this server connected in the Deco network.

 

Any updates, just let us know. 

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