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Kyle11
New Contributor

Which ports to forward? Connection speed slow. NOT ISP related. 60mbps service on host and client side.

Speeds are really bad. I can use this over a mobile network, wireless network. even hardline. but the repsonse time is up to 30 seconds. 30 seconds....for the cursor to change from a pointer to a finger, or highlighting a window. I have had good luck with forwarding ports on other programs. All I would like to know is what ports to forward on my router and modem...(cable router box from the ISP). I will do this for both the client side as well as the host side. I belive that I have a bottleneck problem. Please help!!


Host PC- Win 7 
Client PC - Win 8.1
Charter ISP
Host PC - 60mbps Hardline
Client PC - 60mbps Hardline
Host PC - router to modem
Client PC - router to modem
Host PC - Cisco System Router and Modem
Client PC - Cisco System Router and Motorola Modem
Hlost PC - Video Editing PC
Client PC - streams 4k HD netflix without hickup
Host PC - AMD 8 core cpu with amd firepro gpu gigabit LAN
Clinet PC - AMD 6 core apu with readeon 5 intergrated gigabit LAN
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AshC
LogMeIn Contributor

Re: Which ports to forward? Connection speed slow. NOT ISP related. 60mbps service on host and client side.

Hi Kyle,
GoToMyPC uses local ports 80, 443, and 8200, which you can manage specifically through this connection tool (Advanced):  https://support.logmeininc.com/gotomypc/help/connection-wizard-gtc140003