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#1 9 years ago

Hi, me and some of my friends are trying to host a game on JA, but even if we chose to make it dedicated on internet it always comes to be in lan. How can we fix this?

Sorry for my poor english, I hope it's understandable:)




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#2 9 years ago

I remember somebody asked it too, not a long time ago.




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#4 9 years ago

Tricorder;4930781Perhaps you will find something helpful here:

http://forums.filefront.com/jedi-academy-general-discussion/372525-jedi-academy-home-server-host-tutorial.html

I've already did everything that's written in that thread but nothing changes. I execute the jampDed.exe but the only thing that i can get is a local server




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#5 9 years ago

Well, If you can't enable your ports, you can try Hamachi... It allows other users and friends to play LAN games together... Also, It helps to change the ports of your server IP around (right click and click edit on the .bat file) Try 21000... If THAT doesn't work then try cutting firewall's off (Not recomended) but it might work...

Good luck




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#6 9 years ago

If your using a wireless router, try unplugging the modem and router, hook the ethernet cable thats connecting to the computer directly to the modem, hook only the modem back up, and there we go, should would. thats what i do.

Well, it doesn't need to be wireless, but if its in a router, try this method.




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#7 9 years ago

Port Forwarding. JA uses 29070 by defaut.