can you access it thru a local lan address?
also noticed your router is ip'd 192.168.0.1 . does this position allow for a '0' ? mine is 1.1 for the primary then the secondary is 2.1
you must be hardwired to a router.... cant use WIFI to change settings. it is a security feature...
Why in the world are you adding a port range when it's the same port?
Don't do 3306-3306, just do 3306. then add all ports as TCP & UDP.
Also, if you're on a home connection then forwarding 80 and 443 are pointless. Remove them
Not allowing local wifi connected pc's to change router settings is illogical. What if you only had wifi?
It will work fine as long as you're logged in as an admin.
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