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Port Forwarding on Time Capsule

jfc123

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Apr 2, 2011
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So I am trying to port forward my Time Capsule for Minecraft. I put my Verizon router/modem on bridge mode and then proceeded to port forward my time capsule (or so I thought). When I run my IP and the port through
http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/
it says that it is still closed. Any ideas why?
Thanks in advance!
 

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Weaselboy

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Jan 23, 2005
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Just to confirm, you are getting s static 108.20.204.153 IP address from Verizon?

It looks like you have everything setup correctly. I don't see the sub screen for your DHCP reservation MAC address for the Mac though. Are you sure that is correct? If you go to OS X System Prefs in the Network pane does it show you are assigned 10.0.1.2?
 
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Dark Dragoon

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Jul 28, 2006
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Is the Minecraft server setup and running on that port when you performed the open port test?
 
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