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SimonS.

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#1 13 years ago

I've been having quite alot of fun with flying lately, but with the FH physics I'm rather poop at hitting things. So I decided to start practicing on bots. Thing is though, the tickets are really low (300 or so) so the battle is almost over before I get into the mood.

I thought this would be adjustable but I can't find a ticket adjuster while setting up a single player game, so uh....What am I doing wrong or what do I need to adjust/change to get a higher number of bots to shoot with my plane.




Arisaka

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#2 13 years ago

try coop instead. it's basically the same as singleplayer, except it has more options, and people who hack their way through your home gateway can join you.




[21Pz]Stauffenberg

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#3 13 years ago

they can only join you if you dont use a router .(




Arisaka

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#4 13 years ago
'[21PzStauffenberg']they can only join you if you dont use a router .(

of course they can. they just have to hack the router, fix the NAT (route port 14567 to your computer/server), and open the ports. i have a router, and have hosted coop over the net several times. if you don't want them to hack the router, just fix it yourself.




Real-BadSeed

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#5 13 years ago

coop can be found in the multiplayer section, just start it as a local game, not internet :) it has all the options you are asking about.




Frederf

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#6 13 years ago

Lol, it's not hacking the router. It's called port forwarding. Stick that in google and research it. If you want more control over bot-matches. Host yourself a coop game. LAN play>Create Server> Game Type {Conquest, Capture the Flag, Deathmath, COOP}>Select your maps>Choose other options> Hit Go> Enjoy.




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#7 13 years ago

FrederfLol, it's not hacking the router. It's called port forwarding. Stick that in google and research it.[/QUOTE] when you're doing it to someone elses router it's called hacking :D (or cracking, depending on the community)

Arisakapeople who hack their way through your home gateway can join you.
[quote=Arisaka] if you don't want them to hack the router, just fix it yourself.

as you can see, i assumed that he did not enable port forwarding himself. }>




Frederf

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#8 13 years ago

I've never heard of someone from the internet "H4x0rzing" into someone's LAN game before.




Arisaka

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#9 13 years ago

doesn't mean it's not possible. from time to time router companies issue firmware updates. they include stability fixes, feature changes and security fixes. usually they're so primitive, though, that security shouldn't be a problem. you can also find various lists over the default passwords on the net. very handy if you forget your own password, or if you want to mess with one of your friends :p

not very impressive hacking, though. just dictionarycracking the logon, or entering the default password and do the setup like any other guy. but you might scare someone hosting coop by joining!