What is Port Forwarding? Also called "port mapping," port forwarding is directing traffic from the outside world to the appropriate server inside a local TCP/IP network. Internet services are identified by a standard port number. What does Port Forwarding do? Port Forwarding allows you to open up your servers to other routers, letting people connect from other places. How to Port Forward For this tutorial I am using an xfinity account, but it should be relatively the same for your router if it's different. 1. Go to your router domain. - http://10.0.0.1/ This is what should show up. Spoiler: Image - The default login should be (Username : admin) (Password : password) If this is different for you please contact someone who may know. (Internet Sharing-Partners - Hosting Company) 2. Locate the Port Forwarding tab. - Mine is under "Advanced" and it may say Port Forwarding, Port Mapping, etc. Port Triggering is different, do not use this. This is what your screen shout somewhat look like. Spoiler: Image 3. Adding your Port. - Add a Service. (aka Port) Only put the Other Service as Unturned (or something you will remember) and the ports as 25444. If the IP is empty, go to your Network Settings and locate your IP, once found enter it in the designated area. Then add the service. Spoiler: Image Done! Now to give people an IP to connect to just google "What's my IP" and that is the IP to give your friends! === Hope this helped, if I missed something or you have questions please comment or PM me here on the forums!