I have A AT&T 2wire 3800-B.

I want to portfoward so i can host a minecraft server but when i try going to the website thing.

And i go to gaming Applications. I make a custom one called Minecraft TCP and Minecraft UDP. I put both of them on port 25565. And i put them on my rourter and save it. It doesnt work still.. And when  i try checking my port to see if it can connect to it on http://www.canyouseeme.org/ It doesnt see me... Ive tried portfowarding on port 27015 for Source games to but that didnt work either.. May someone please give me advice or a step by step tutorial of how to do this.

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Re: PortFowarding

I beleive someone said something about enableing upnp. How do i do that

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Hello souljasoul23,


In order to make changes in your 2 Wire router for the port forwarding, I request you to contact AT&T voice technical helpdesk at 1-877-722-3755 (open 24/7). They will help you to open the ports for your gaming application.

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I am 13 years old. Allthough my mom has Atnt and such. I am the best one with computers on my block... But will they still support me. My mom would not understand anything that the support will tell her lol...

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I put my rourter on dhcp and i restarted my computer. The canyouseeme.org error changed to 

I could not see your service on on port (25565)
Reason: Connection refused

Instead of

I could not see your service on on port (25565)
Reason: Connection timed out

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