Minecraft - Port Forwarding

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Minecraft - Port Forwarding
Minecraft - Port Forwarding
2021-02-05 21:39:56 - last edited 2021-08-06 02:55:33
Model: Archer C6  
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version: 1.3.6 Build 20200902 Release 65591(4555)

Hello, 

I have this router for one year and today I wanted to play Minecraft with my friends without using any "Local connection creator" but how I'm trying do it, straight it doesn't work.

Port checkers says that port is closed. And I have everything correct in server config. Local users can join fine.

 

Thanks for help!

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Re:Minecraft - Port Forwarding-Solution
2021-08-06 02:55:25 - last edited 2021-08-06 02:55:33

Hello @RodStrave and all,

 

If you want to open ports on the TP-Link router for the local Minecraft server, please make sure the WAN IP address of the TP-Link router is a public one, otherwise you need to open ports for the TP-Link router on the ISP modem. Check the below suggestions:

[Solution] Open Ports for Minecraft Server

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Re:Minecraft - Port Forwarding
2021-02-08 09:28:10

@RodStrave 

 

Does Minecraft require to open the port 25565 on the gateway router?

 

What is the WAN IP address on the C6? If it is not a public IP, you need to open a port for the C6 WAN on the modem as well.

 

Please also check the UPnP is enabled on the C6.

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Re:Minecraft - Port Forwarding
2021-02-08 20:05:48

@Kevin_Z 

 

You can change the port to something else I tried that too but its still not working.

 

WAN IP is 93.185.11.129 if thats right thing

 

UPnP is enabled

 

I even turned off all protections on router and on Windows too (Firewall)

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Re:Minecraft - Port Forwarding
2021-02-09 02:49:28

@RodStrave 

 

I suppose you are playing Minecraft on the computer? If yes, what if you connect the computer directly to the modem, can you play?

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Re:Minecraft - Port Forwarding
2021-02-09 06:48:58

@Kevin_Z 

 

My computer won't connect to the internet. Says connected but no internet.

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2021-08-06 02:55:25 - last edited 2021-08-06 02:55:33

Hello @RodStrave and all,

 

If you want to open ports on the TP-Link router for the local Minecraft server, please make sure the WAN IP address of the TP-Link router is a public one, otherwise you need to open ports for the TP-Link router on the ISP modem. Check the below suggestions:

[Solution] Open Ports for Minecraft Server

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