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Picture of How to Locally Host Multiplayer Game Servers (With Port Forwarding)
Hello Weary Internet Traveler,

This guide to port forwarding is probably the best thing you can do for yourself and all your buddies that are bunkered down in their living rooms playing a round of some kick-ass game with you, port forwarding is a step within any persons hosting needs and it essentially opens up your router so your servers can respond to your friends connections. This is an essential and easy skill, just flip right through the next steps and you will be on your way to a new and easier future for you and your gamer friends. I mean, who doesn't want to be the only nerd in the group who knows how to host?

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ~Nomad~

Step 1: Finding your Routers IPv4 address.

Picture of Finding your Routers IPv4 address.
1. Click the Windows button on your computers keyboard located in between Crtl + Alt.
2. Type CMD into the search bar and hit enter.
3. Type IPconfig into CMD.
4. Find the IPv4 Adress.
5. Revel in your glory.

Simple right?!?!? Who knew server hosting was this easy?!?!?
 
Ravirar1 year ago
Nice! Well written instructions! :) Maybe will try it. Can you use a separate laptop just for the server to give it more space?

Thanks.
But what is the admin name i don't knew it And the same with the Passwort
nomad3014 (author)  BannOffZyklop1 year ago
In response to BannOffZyklop's comment. The username is admin and the password is password. Those are the defaults.
jackd3331 year ago
Even though i haven't done it, thumbs up for a well-explained tutorial!