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  1. Hello, Everyone. Today i want to start a topic on what ports should be used for Titanfall 2, As there is not much information for doing so that i could find anyway i hope this clears something up for someone out there and this topic can grow and aid the people who need this information. So.... when sniffing packets with Wireshark and seeing what ports Titanfall 2 is using The ports are just here below, You'll need to go into your Router and look for the feature called Port Forwarding/Port Triggering and enter each on both UDP and TCP protocols. Protocol: TCP/UDP: 37815, 38005. 37005 These are the ports for the PC version only !!!! Consoles such as Xbox and PS4 could very well be using different ports. this has not been tested on a console only for PC If you do not know how to port forward your router this is a great source of information to use when dealing with different model routers https://portforward.com/ Thanks everyone Hope this topic grows and everyone gets what they need. PIECE !!!
  2. I have switched internet providers and am having issues re-configuring my ts3 server. I have this terrible Comcast modem with a router built in and I have a secondary router that I have always done port forwarding on that had been hooked up to my previous modem (not the best router though, a d-link dir-615 I got at value village for 5$...). I am forwarding the UDP port 9987 and TCP ports 30033 and 10011. They do not appear as open when I check them with PF Port checker but I have them open and I am wondering If I need to setup port forwarding on the router built into the modem instead. Does it actually matter which router I forward ports on? Thanks for the help
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