How to Port Forward Total
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Total Annihilation is an action-strategy game allowing you to focus on quick thinking, resource management, logging, mining, and leading troops. But don’t forget to open ports on your router for Total to get the best gaming experience at home.

Port forwarding helps you access gaming servers behind your router or firewalls, NAT or CGNAT. You can open ports and control devices behind any router. This guide explains how to port forward Total.

Requirements to Port Forward Total

Just before you begin with the process of port forwarding, make sure you have the following things:

  • The IP address of your router.
  • IP address of your gaming device.
  • TCP and UDP ports of Total for your gaming device as mentioned in the section below.

Step-by-step guide on how to port forward Total

Now that you have the above details noted down, you can move to the next stage of Total port forwarding:

  1. On your web browser address bar, type your router’s IP Address/Default Gateway.
  2. Log in with your router’s credentials (username and password) to view your router’s firmware settings.
  3. Navigate to the port forwarding section of your router.
  4. Click on Port Forwarding.
  5. Enter the IP address of your gaming device in your router in the correct box.
  6. Put the TCP and UDP ports of the Total server in the boxes in your router. The default Total port number is 2300.
  7. And then click the apply button.
  8. Restart your router to let the changes take effect.

Total ports needed to run

To play Total online and create a server without any interruptions, you’ll have to allow access to certain ports on your firewall. The default Total ports are:

PC

TCP Port:2300-2400, 47624
UDP Port: 2300-2400

Steam

TCP Port:2300-2400, 27015-27030, 27036-27037, 47624
UDP Port: 2300-2400, 4380, 27000-27031, 27036

Quickly and safely open ports using PureVPN

Opening a port shouldn’t be complicated. With the Port Forwarding add-on, it’s as simple as 1, 2, and 3!

How to open ports behind CGNAT

What if your ISP performs CGNAT? Most ISPs perform CGNAT (Carrier-grade Network Address Translation) to conserve bandwidth and assign a single IP address to multiple users connected to the same internet network. However, CGNAT makes it difficult for you to open ports on the router. 

To get around the CGNAT issue, you can use the Port Forwarding add-on to bypass this problem and port forward routers without hassle. 

Here’s more information on how to use PureVPN’s Port Forwarding add-on and bypass CGNAT in a few clicks.

Open Ports Behind CGNAT

PureVPN’s Port Forwarding Add-on

A secure way to open all ports

To most people, port forwarding is quite a demanding task. For starters, every router has a different console, which often makes it difficult to navigate to specific settings.

Secondly, you won’t always be able to open Westwood Online ports on your router if your ISP restricts the ports. Yes, you heard that right! ISPs are notorious for blocking ports due to security reasons. If ISP isn’t the reason behind a blocked port, then perhaps it could be your operating system’s firewall.

Well, you can eliminate all these problems and enjoy smooth online gaming on all your desired systems with PureVPN’s Port Forwarding add-on. Through the Port Forwarding add-on, you can allow all ports, disallow all ports, and allow specific ports.

Frequently asked questions

How to port forward Minecraft?

If you wish to port forward Minecraft on your router, the quickest way to do it is using PureVPN’s Port Forwarding add-on. All you have to do is buy the add-on, login to the VPN app, go to the Member’s Area, choose configure, and apply your desired settings. You can follow the same port forwarding process for multiple games like Call of Duty or Total Annihilation.

author

Sameed Ajax

date

May 10, 2024

time

1 week ago

6-Feet Tall Tech writer.

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