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I need Help on setting up a server on Counter-Strike with my Router.
I have a Sitecom. I can connect to other people in the game but  others can not
connect to me if im using the router. The port that the game uses it 27015.
And when i try to get the IP to the game I crate it gives me 198.168.0.100,
which is my IP when connected to the router. Please E-mail me back.
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by:stevenlewis
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first, we can't use email for solutions, all work must be posted here

now, you have to forward the port 27015 on the router to the ip of your machine. I suggest using static ip's and then forward the port
what kind of router are you using? read your manual on how to forward the port
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by:GoEsDaR
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Hi my e-mail is karter_87@hotmail.com
And wath i've already said was that it was a
*Sitecom Broadband Router*
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by:stevenlewis
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I told you, we can't use email to solve your problems. the work must be done here.
I looked for a manual for your router, but didn't find one. check your manual for info on how to forward the port. that is the only way you will get it to work, or if you can move the game host to the dmz of the router (if it supports it)
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