Question zte e5501 port forwarding

kanewolf

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alright so i want to port forward for a game [ for honor] the ports are

  • TCP: 80, 443, 13000, 13005, 13200, 14000, 14001, 14008, 14020, 14021-14024
  • UDP: 3074, 3075
but i am not sure where which port should i put here and how many ports should i open
View: https://imgur.com/oMS5LfV
First verify that you have a public IP address. Check that the IP address shown matches the IP address that a port checker webpage shows.
If you don't have a public IP you can't port forward.
 
Aug 12, 2020
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First verify that you have a public IP address. Check that the IP address shown matches the IP address that a port checker webpage shows.
If you don't have a public IP you can't port forward.
yes i have public ip address or more exactly public ipv4 address so i should put it where it says lan host ip ?
 

kanewolf

Titan
Moderator
It looks like you will have several rules. I would NOT recommend you forward 80 and 443. Those are standard web server ports. You don't want random web attacks against your host.
This page lists the required ports -- https://portforward.com/help/for-honor/ 80 and 443 are NOT required ports.
If you can limit to one of the three flavors of client you want to support then you have fewer holes in your firewall.
Your router has a DMZ function, you can start by putting your local IP address into the DMZ.
IF that works then you can move to the more secure port forward.
 

kanewolf

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The only IP you specify in the page you listed is the local server IP address.
Lets assume you are going to support PCs only
  • TCP: 14000,14008,14020,14022,14027-14028,14043
  • UDP: 3074
Each time you hit apply it creates a new forward.
You would do one UDP rule. WAN Start:3074 Wan End: 3074 Local Start:3074 Local End:3074 Local IP: 192.168.x.y (whatever the LAN address of your server host).
For TCP you would create 6 rules.
  • 14000
  • 14008
  • 14020
  • 14022
  • 14027-14028
  • 14043
 
Aug 12, 2020
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The only IP you specify in the page you listed is the local server IP address.
Lets assume you are going to support PCs only
  • TCP: 14000,14008,14020,14022,14027-14028,14043
  • UDP: 3074
Each time you hit apply it creates a new forward.
You would do one UDP rule. WAN Start:3074 Wan End: 3074 Local Start:3074 Local End:3074 Local IP: 192.168.x.y (whatever the LAN address of your server host).
For TCP you would create 6 rules.
  • 14000
  • 14008
  • 14020
  • 14022
  • 14027-14028
  • 14043
alright i think we are almost done or possibly done but i have probably one last question so how do i know if the ports are actually open because in this site it says its not open but is it a legit site tho? https://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/
 

kanewolf

Titan
Moderator
alright i think we are almost done or possibly done but i have probably one last question so how do i know if the ports are actually open because in this site it says its not open but is it a legit site tho? https://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/
I think most people use canyouseeme.org for port checking.
Remember that you have to have the server running when you check ports or you will get a false negative.
 

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