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Colin

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Which machine is the server on, and how are you connecting to it when you test it (externally via internet, or LAN)?

Also, what brand is your router? Some are pretty difficult to convice that you really do want ports opened up.

Here is the config on my Netgear. This is a deathmatch and a stunt server on two different physical machines, both are setup to register with ASE, and both can be remotely admined.

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uh... colin... wtf? ur forwarding 2003 to .2 and .101? wtf!?!?!?!? u went on a port forwarding frenzy... just forward 2003 public to ONE COMPUTER (.101 OR .2, NOT AND) and u dont have to list 2003 3258973946 TIMES!!! just make one for UDP!

yeah thats probably why it doen't work lol

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Line #5 OR #7 is the ONLY one you need to keep.

UDP Protocol

Port 2003 Public AND Private

Set the IP to the SERVER computer.

You may want to set the server computer's IP manually if you're going to be running a server. Using DHCP may cause the computer's IP to change.

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server.JPG

Line #5 OR #7 is the ONLY one you need to keep.

UDP Protocol

Port 2003 Public AND Private

Set the IP to the SERVER computer.

You may want to set the server computer's IP manually if you're going to be running a server. Using DHCP may cause the computer's IP to change.

ok thnx, It's now working but I can only join and nobody else....

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