Fly Casual X-Wing Simulator in X-Wing Posted June 17 31 minutes ago, Azrapse said: In a browser, go to your router address. It's usually http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.1.1 If the address is right, you will see some login webpage asking you for username and password. Usually you need to enter the router's admin credentials here. This changes per router brand and model, so you better check your router manual. In most of the routers I have had, it's been username: admin password: admin. Find the section where you manage the port redirection. It is usually under Advanced settings, and it's called "NAT", "Network Address Translation", "Virtual Servers", "Port Forwarding", or some other similar name. Find the way to add a new "server" or "service" to the table. It usually consists on specifying an internal IP, internal port, external port, and the protocol. In the internal IP you need to specify the local IP address of the computer running Fly Casual which your friend will connect to. This address will usually start with 192.168.xxx.xxx. You can find the IP address of your computer by opening a command line (Start button, type cmd and press enter), and typing the ipconfig command. (Just ipconfing, and press Enter). In the internal and external port, you need specify the port that Fly Casual uses (that is 7777). In the protocol, specify TCP or TCP/UDP. Save the changes. You router might want to restart. Let it. Start the game in your computer as a host. Windows might now be asking you in the desktop (check if the window doesn't appear on top of the game) whether you allow the game to accept incoming connections. Say yes. Your friend must enter your router's external IP. You can now what your external IP is by going to https://www.whatismyip.com/ . It's the one called Public IPv4 address. If all went well, your friend's game will connect to your game. Play, have fun. Profit. Edit: If your computer is set to get a dynamic IP address from your router every time it's switched on, you will need to repeat the entire process every time. Perhaps you better change your computer to have a fix IP address in Windows network settings. We specifically mean the router, correct, not the cable modem? I have an Apple Express router and these web addresses are not allowing me to enter the router. Apple does have an app that may allow me to make these specific changes.