GUI Router

This tutorial assumes you already know the username and password to access the web portal for your router/modem device on your local area network.

    1. Enter the IP address for the router/modem into the address bar of your web browser.

    2. Enter the proper credentials to access the web portal.

    3. You should now be logged into the router's GUI admin control panel.
    You'll want to navigate to the section where you can input the Port Forwarding information into a new rule on your router.
    This option may be a sub-section within your router's configuration, so you may have to poke around until you find it.
    The Port Forwarding configuration on this particular router is in the Applications and Gaming section.

    4. Once you're in the section to input your port forwarding configuration, make sure you're in the proper configuration for port range

    5. Setup your Port Forwarding rules to be similar to the configuration in the picture below.
    You need to forward the port range from 2300 to 2400 for both TCP & UDP. This range is used for joining.
    You also need to forward the port range from 47624 to 47625 (2 ports) for both TCP & UDP. This range is used for hosting.
    Make sure the IP Address that you're forwarding these ports to matches the IP address for your computer where you will be playing Jedi Knight.
    I also recommend setting up your TCP/IP version 4 configuration on your computer to be statically set.
    You can use this tutorial to setup a static IP configuration on your computer you use for Jedi Knight.

    6. Be sure to save your changes. You should be good to go now! =)

IOS Router

This tutorial assumes you're using a NAT'd Cisco IOS router and that you have already entered privileged exec mode.

    1. First enter global configuration mode.

    2. 204 entries are needed in order to forward the ports properly. I recommend using the utility below to generate the entries needed.

    3. Paste the static entries into your IOS command line interface while it's in global config mode.

    4. Exit global configuration mode. Save your configuration using or

Click the button below to generate the static NAT entries.

Inside local IP address

Inside global IP address