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Old 02-08-2013, 08:52 PM   #1
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Hi all. A while back I was looking to block minecraft/tekkit servers for certain reasons, Now which of these programs in the pictures do minecraft and tekkit use so I can remove the portforward. The router is a technicolour tg587n v3.
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Hi, are you trying to remove a server hoste d on your network? Or stop someone from connecting to them?
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Stop someone from connecting to them..
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Oh ok, in the previous thread I thought you meant block servers that are being hosted on your network. To connect to servers you don't need a port forward so I guess you could try using some firewall software on your PC to block minecraft from accessing the internet.
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Block connection to port 25565.


Though most residential routers don't have an internal firewall, only an external one. So this might not be possible.
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Block connection to port 25565.

Though most residential routers don't have an internal firewall, only an external one. So this might not be possible.
Yes when I was looking around the settings there didn't seem to be anything like that really.
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ok, no outbound firewall = not possible to do this.
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ok, no outbound firewall = not possible to do this.
Probably wouldn't be able to do it as the router is supplied by our ISP.
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