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How set up port forwarding for your router
Soldat Forums - Soldat Talk - Soldat FAQs
February 2, 2004, 11:55 am
Well, if your modem has an in-built router, then you'll need to find out how to log into it, and then configure it to forward the ports.

Step 1: figure out what you have (modem, router, etc.)

Step 2: figure out how to log into it:
Common for most modems with in-built routers is this...
Start > Run

then type 'cmd'

and then the DOS prompt should open... then type 'ipconfig'
and get the IP address for 'Default Gateway'

Then open up Internet Explorer, and type http:// followed by the IP for the Default Gateway


Then it should prompt you for a username/password, which you must know/find out.

Often the username is 'admin', and the default password may well be 'password' :P

Once you get in, look for anything with the words 'port' or 'forwarding', or anything that sounds right :)

Then go into it, and set up configs for each port.

Port: 23073
Port Type: UDP
Host IP Address:

And that will forward the port '23073' to the computer with the IP address '' for any UDP connections.

Soldat ports you need to unblock:

ASE ports:

ASE scan port: