Oh, hi there!
So, you want to learn how to open your ports? This guide will hopefully set you on the proper path to achieving this. We'll cover quite a few topics, which I find important for achieving our goal, and we'll keep the flow as best as possible. Let's begin!
Setting up a proper NAT is key in creating an optimum online experience. This isn't a sure-fire fix to your online troubles, but it will better allow you to connect to potentially better hosts and your friends. To get started, let's first gather two very important items.
• Scratch Paper
Now that we have quite possibly the most powerful instruments known to man, let's take a crack at this thread. This guide is broken up into a few main sections. Each section is a constant work in progress and is subject to change in time. Feedback is welcome and contact information will be provided. Understand that this is not really complicated, just really, really long. Once you figure out the basics you'll be able to do this as many times as you need.
The following guide is provided in what I believe is a proper format. Each link will take you to a post within this thread and each post contains links which bring you back to this "index." Now, many people, or their peers, take issue with tinkering with electronics. Feel confident that all of the changes we make here can be reversed with a factory reset of your device. Anything worth noting will contain a disclaimer of some sort.
Contact information will be found below the guide.
I'm new to all of this! Help!
I've done this before...
This isn't working!!
Uhh... Houston, we have a problem!
Twitter is the easiest way to contact me regarding any issues with this guide, or just about anything, but an email will be more concrete to getting changes made. I check my email before and after I begin moderating. You have a good chance to reach me.
• Email: email@example.com
• Tweet: @II_F0XH0UND_II
• COD Community Forum: IIF0XH0UNDII
Have a nice day,
II F0XH0UND II / theycallmefox
Hey! Why are you still scrolling?! The next post is a ways down and it's easier to navigate through the index.
You don't listen! At least you're curious!
Here we go! After this point it's a sea of posts.
Take me back to the index.