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IPCop need help with ports *NO LONGER AN ISSUE*
Hello, I seem to be failing to properly port forward. I recently installed IPCop onto a dell system I have for a firwall and DHCP server on my local home network.
I was not able to get onto the internet until I enabled proxies and assigned a proxy port, I don't know if this is how it normally works or not.
Everything was great until I tried connecting to Battle.net on starcraft 2, I tried using the ports blizzard recommends but was not successful in fixing this issue.
I really could use some help here, thanks guys.
*UPDATE* The IPCop software simply isn't ready for deployment. in my experience. Other plans are being made for the network setup instead.