This may be more a hardware question, but it is related to gaming…
I’ve got a good Netgear router/firewall. When I try host a voice comms (e.g., Teamsound) session, the IP that the program gives me is my internal IP, not the “external” IP. So, for example, if I use a website to show me what it sees as my IP, it will report something like 66.xxx.xx.xx - but my voice comm program sets up as the “inside the router” IP, e.g. 192.168.0.2 Obviously when I give that to my playing partner to hook up to, he just gets a connection error.
I know this is REAL simple, I just need to know how you set these voice comm programs up when you’re using a firewall/router (and setting it to DMZ still results in the program using the internal 192 IP.)