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How to Portforward a Minecraft Server (No Password)(No Download)

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Published on Dec 7, 2012

Alex shows everybody how to Portforward a Minecraft server with no Passwords or Downloads!!!
Enjoy!!!
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Step 1: Go to your start menu and type "cmd" and click enter
Step 2: Type in "ipconfig" and find your ipv4 adress
Step 3: Go to the start menu and click computer
Step 4: Find network and click on it
Step 5: Right click on the thing under Network Infrastructure (Sorry don't know what the thing is called)
Step 6: Select "Properties"
Step 7: Click Settings
Step 8: Select add
Step 9: Type whatever you want for the description. For the name or IP address type your ipv4 address
Step 9: For external and internal port's type "25565"
Step 9: Download Minecraft server.exe from http://www.minecraft.net
Step 10: Create a new folder on your desktop and name it "Minecraft Server"
Step 11: Drag the minecraft server.exe file into the floder.
Step 12: Run the server by double clicking the Minecraft server.exe
Step 13: Once the server say's "Done" type in "stop
Step 14: Go to your "server.properties" and open with notepad
Step 15: Find where it say's "server port" and type in 25565
Step 16: In the top left hand corner click file then save.
Step 17: CONGRATS!!! you just successfully portforwarded a minecraft server!

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