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  • How To Port Forward Steam

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    This video shows you how to port forward your router
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    I have had a lot of people asking how to make their connection better when playing games through Steam. In this video, I show how to access your home router and forward some ports to make your gaming connection much better.

    Here are the steps in words:
    1. Open your internet browser and type 192.168.1.1 in the url field
    2. Log in with
    - Username: admin
    - Password: 0000
    - If this doesn't work, then check on your router's manufacturers website for address and login information
    3. Click on the tab "Applications & Gaming" then "Single Port Forwarding"
    4. Enter "Steam1" into the first "Application Name" field
    5. Enter 3478 for both external and internal ports
    6. Keep the protocol on "Both"
    7. Go to the Start Menu (for Windows XP, Vista and 7) or Charms Bar (for Windows 8)
    8. Type in "cmd" and click enter
    9. Type in "ipconfig" and click enter
    10. Find the line saying "IPv4 Address" and copy the last three digits of the code
    11. Go back to your browser and enter the last three IPv4 digits into the "To IP Address" field
    12. Check enabled
    13. Click "Save Settings" and "Continue"
    14. Click on the tab "Port Range Forwarding"
    15. Enter "Steam2" into the first "Application Name" field
    16. Enter 4379 into the "Start Port" and 4380 into the "End Port"
    17. Keep the protocol on "Both"
    18. Enter the last three IPv4 digits into the "To IP Address" field
    19. Check enabled
    20. Enter "Steam3" into the second "Application Name" field
    21. Enter 27000 into the "Start Port" and 27050 into the "End Port"
    22. Keep the protocol on "Both"
    23. Enter the last three IPv4 digits into the "To IP Address" field
    24. Check enabled
    25. Click "Save Settings" and "Continue"

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