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I'm setting up a Minecraft server and the NAT forwarding on my router isn't working.

This isn't the first time I'm doing this - I previously did this with an Apache server (used to run a server) and a Web2py server (Dev server, I'm a programmer) and it worked perfectly with my old router, but my new has a new more elegant interface and is supposed to be "easier" to use but all the options are in different menus.

Under port forwarding there is a list of services and an option to create an new service which I tried, but not a Static NAT option. Under IP pass-through there is an option for NAT but that doesn't work even with my old Apache server.

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