Airport Extreme port forward tutorial (mac)

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I show you how to port forward the airport extreme and how to set up a server in minecraft. (sorry if tutorial is a bit fast, just pause if you need to read the text) MAKE SURE YOUR PRIVATE IP ADDRESS IS RIGHT -Go to System Preferences -Network -Select Airport -Go to TCP/IP – Look at the ip for the IPv4 -Copy that IP into the private ip section when port forwarding. Also if your’e setting it up and have the cracked version of minecraft, set online-mode to false in server.properties! SONG: Blue Foundation – Eyes On Fire (Zeds Dead Remix) LINKS minecraft.net (download the mac one if your on a mac…) ipchicken.com Hmod is another server mod you can just search on youtube or google and learn more about. (well now it’s going to be bukkit, but hmod was the old one and you can learn a lot about it from videos)
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25 Responses to “Airport Extreme port forward tutorial (mac)”

  1. DerpyKitteh Says:

    Every heard of volume control? A mute button? At least AfroNinja understands that.

  2. tendertje678 Says:

    Failed to bind port unexpected exception

  3. tendertje678 Says:

    I have an Airport extreme. There is no port mapping for me :O

  4. Yous uf Says:

    wtf i cant click manual set up ?????

  5. eboone1231 Says:

    didn’t work for me did everything correct just couldn’t bind to port :

  6. MuffinLover1999 Says:

    can u make a vid for version 6.0?

  7. randomvids244 Says:

    when i open ‘airport utility’ it says it cant find a wireless device. 🙁

  8. MrHagbad1234 Says:

    Iflu

  9. StoverRed Says:

    Thx so much dude this helps a freakin boatload!!!!!

  10. slangwithjacob Says:

    No I got an Airport Extreme, I just didnt have public IP on :S

  11. evansmorgan Says:

    Half of video is useful. Other half is watching you play minecraft lol

  12. evansmorgan Says:

    You probably have an Airport Express, not an Airport Extreme

  13. bigtimebop Says:

    VERY helpful, thank you

  14. slangwithjacob Says:

    There is no port mapping tab in my advanced settings in airport utility 🙁

  15. Hide34100 Says:

    try using a different port like e.g 25566 then do what it said in this tutorial but type 25566 instead of 25565

  16. alfalfalaffa Says:

    You should mention that thi involves minecraft in the video description

  17. MrStealthDog Says:

    Please help me, When i launch the .jar it says:

    [WARNING] **** FAILED TO BIND TO PORT!
    [WARNING] The exception was: java.net.BindException: Address already in use
    [WARNING] Perhaps a server is already running on that port?

    what do i do?

  18. GAMINGMONSTER124 Says:

    i copy the ip from ipchecken, but it doesent work. Maybe i should use another port? or whatever just help me. When i start the server it runs for me but nobody else, and the window the lines are like all the way to the right side. please help.

  19. xSleZyy Says:

    should i enable default host

  20. xSleZyy Says:

    Ik thank god i have a mac and pc

  21. bradensfriend Says:

    I hope so

  22. meww17 Says:

    If you are on a pc you first download the aiport admin utility. Then you click on your base station. for there go all the way to the right to advanced. There should be an option “port mapping”. CLick there and follow the rest of the steps.

  23. mywoodinbush1015 Says:

    my thing doesnt seem to show up in the aiport utility, when it is supposed to show that it found an airport utility device, it didnt.

  24. MegaShadoworld Says:

    um there is no port mapping there.. and when I search port mapping it leads me to IPv6

  25. flyingsquirrel65 Says:

    whats the song?
    

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