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Hi I can't launch a billiards game from http://www.terragame.com/lbclub.shtml My home computers connected through broadband ethernet router and seems my computer has one IP and router has another and game cannot find another computer. I'm sure many people might encounter such a problem, please someone help or point me to some online resources Natali
Online games generaly require you to have particular"ports" open to play them through a router,i would assume it should tell you on the site which ones need to be open,chances are they are already open......do you have a firewall?like Zone Alarm?
i had the same problem.... open the currect ports... and if that doesnt work...u need to turn off ur firewall if u have one... i turned my firewall off and iplay just fine
colten155i had the same problem.... open the currect ports... and if that doesnt work...u need to turn off ur firewall if u have one... i turned my firewall off and iplay just fine
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Not a good idea at all. Leave that Firewall running. :nodding: Hackers, and port viruses are not a joke. Your computer could be used to hack your governement's computers, putting you in hot water.
Just configure the Firewall to allow the program to access the internet. You may also need to configure port access in the Firewall as well.
The question is, what ports should you enable?
Your router has to have a different address. Your router should send out dynamically assigned address to your computers. To find your ip, go to the c prompt and enter "ipconfig" Try entering "ipconfig /renew" and it should refresh your IP from the router. It will show you your new IP.
Whheeeehhhh thanks for telling me that Monster User. LOL deff dont want the FBI knocking on my door!
colten155Whheeeehhhh thanks for telling me that Monster User. LOL deff dont want the FBI knocking on my door!
The FBI have become a little more lenient in light of the many occurences. I haven't heard of real instance. I was just stating worst case scenario. :D
I've heard of some regular U.S. companies sueing average users, because they're computers were used for illegal activities. They proved that it was a hacker, and the courts let them go.