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As mentioned, apache thinks that all my incoming connection is (my router gateway).

I am currently running a website through wamp, apache 2.4 with mod_remoteip enabled. However, it does not solve my issue. The website in question is (

Kindly advise. Thanks!

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sounds like your router port forward may be doing that? if it works why do you really need to change it?

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all my incoming connections are The main problem is that I run a game server. If everyone has the same IP, I cant Ban anyone -.- They cant vote for my server either. – tsuki Apr 4 '13 at 16:22
ok, makes sense, do you have another router you could try? also you might try plugging your server directly into your internet feed bypassing the router completely. – dashboard Apr 4 '13 at 16:35
I upgraded to fibre network recently, my second router configs get forwarded to the main one, which practically renders it useless. Additionally, I cant shift my pc towards the modem as it is 2 floors below my studio -.- – tsuki Apr 4 '13 at 16:50
that's your problem right there. You need to change your first router to be a switch so that your second router gets a public ip. – dashboard Apr 4 '13 at 16:55
So this problem is definitely caused by my router? – tsuki Apr 4 '13 at 16:58

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