I have a Beetel 220BX modem(provided by Airtel) and a Linksys WRT 54GH(Mine).I have been trying to port forward so I may accept incoming connections from the port 25565.This is required for hosting a server for a game called Minecraft. The server application runs on a host system and all it requires is an open port for connections.I set it up so the incoming connections on port 25565 on the modem are routed to port 25565 on my router, and from there to port 25565 on my computer.I understand that there are two ways of forwarding ports when I have two NAT devices. One such way is setting my modem to bridge mode and forwarding only on the router, or forwarding on both of the devices.I would show you screenshots of my settings, but I'm not at home right now, and won't be till Monday.I plan on using a service such as no-ip.org instead of getting a static IP from Airtel. My computer's IP on the local network is static.Basically, I am noob. Halp pl0x?