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    WOW port forwarding question

    This is a discussion on WOW port forwarding question within the Gaming on Sky forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; Hi folks 1st post so be kind...i have searched but can't find this answer I have a Netgear NG834GT (WHITE) ...

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      WOW port forwarding question

      Hi folks 1st post so be kind...i have searched but can't find this answer

      I have a Netgear NG834GT (WHITE) on my home network i have 2 pc's with static ip's, 1 xbox 360 and 1 ps3 again all with static ip's. ps3 pc1 pc2 xbox

      To play WOW i have to open port 3724 in the firewall rules, but it asks for a server lan ip to point question is what do i enter bearing in mind i play WOW on both pc's at same time (well family does). Do i put in the router ip or do i create 2 entries 1 to each static pc ip ? I did read a port cannot be forwarded to more than 1 ip, but this router seems to allow multiple rules in firewall setting.

      More Confused because when i created the xbox360 port forwarding i was advised to forward the ports to the xbox's static ip. So perhaps i answer my own question ? but just want to be sure or clearer.....

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      Re: WOW port forwarding question

      hello, is it me your looking for?
      the static ip is the one assigned to the item so create 2 entries (pc1,pc2)



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