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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-04-2010, 11:38 PM Thread Starter
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I have forwarded port 82 correctly.However, when l check if the port is open l get an error message saying connection refused. I have also turned on the dmz option on my router but l still get the same error message saying connection refused. it is also important to note that there is no application running on port 82 or all the the ports l have tried so far. Is the problem with my router ? Btw, the router is an actiontec
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Hi

You may want to check the type of forum you are asking your question on...

This one is for wood working routers..but thanks for stopping by...

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I have forwarded port 82 correctly.However, when l check if the port is open l get an error message saying connection refused. I have also turned on the dmz option on my router but l still get the same error message saying connection refused. it is also important to note that there is no application running on port 82 or all the the ports l have tried so far. Is the problem with my router ? Btw, the router is an actiontec



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This one is for wood working routers..but thanks for stopping by...

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Loooooool thanks
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You may want to check the type of forum you are asking your question on...

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Wow I sure am glad you cleared that up. I was completely confused.
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