Portfowarding:ATV2/XBMC

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Capecodmacguy Offline
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Is this possible?

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what do you mean?
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What are you trying to achieve?
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Capecodmacguy Offline
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I'm trying to get a faster connection speed for the ATV2..

Seems the buffering might subside or decrease its frequency...

Just a guess....

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bircoe Offline
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Port forward what tho?

Port forwarding is only useful when your trying to contact a particular device on your network from outside the network... ie the Internet.

So if you had a computer that hosted a website, you would setup portforwarding in the router of port 80 (http) to the ip address of your web server...

If your streaming from a NAS box or PC on your network port forwarding aint gunna do squat.
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