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If you are having problems at this point you need to set up your Router to Port Forward or add a exception to Windows Firewall and any other Firewall you may be running or Anti Virus program you are using

Here is some helpful links

How to set a Netgear Router to work with Yazserv

http://www.yazakpro.com/yazak/yazakserver/netgear.html

Other routers will be different and you have to find out how to Port Forward

How to forward ports on your router

http://www.howtogeek.com/66214/how-to-forward-ports-on-your-router/

Yazak's Help Page

http://www.yazakpro.com/yazak/help/how_to_make_a_yazserv_room_problems.html

I found this site when doing some searches for adding windows firewall program exceptions here it tells how to add exception in windows xp, vista and windows 7

http://support.lexisnexis.com/us_en_us/record.asp?bRFS=1&ArticleID=10093

How to open a specific port in Avg Firewall

http://fixmyavg.blogspot.com/2011/11/how-to-open-specific-port-in-avg.html

You can see the History Here

http://www.yazakpro.com/yazak/yazakserver/history.html

Notes from Freecreed

After talking with Freecreed who had to change some settings to connect YazServ I thought this might help

 Freecreed said

with router I had to open port 5050

the IP number it (yazserv) puts in for me is the " local " IP

I have to put in the " external IP "

and point it to the IP of the computer I'm using in the router settings

I use www.ipchicken.com to check for external IP

yes.. the section of my router that deals with tcp and udp connections thru ports is called virtual server

open requests o 5050 thru 5050 .. to my local IP

each computer on the router has a different " local ' ip

each routers section dealing with port forwarding is slightly different

find the area that lists ports

some are open by default

with spaces to add yours.

Thank you Freecreed