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Blocking a game server on a LAN

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by RogueJediX, Aug 23, 2009.

  1. RogueJediX

    RogueJediX Addicted to LI Member

    The situation is as follows: me and my friends have been organizing LAN parties for a while and they have been a success. However, the last couple of times two dudes arrived and did NOTHING but play one game all night long against each other. Needless to say that coming to a LAN party with the only purpose of playing ONE game against ONE person is rude towards everyone else, considering we usually sit down and discuss which games we want to play a few weeks before.

    So, this time, I intend to block that game. I already know what ports it uses. A bit of searching revealed that this is done in QoS -> Classification section in the Tomato menu, correct? The info was rather vague, so I'd appreciate some input. Thanks!
  2. TVTV

    TVTV LI Guru Member

    Use the Access Restriction panel in Tomato. Fill in the desired MACs to which the rule will have an effect on and the ports you want to block.
  3. RogueJediX

    RogueJediX Addicted to LI Member

    I'm going to cry. Me and my brother have been trying for days now, but the {expletive here} keeps connecting! The game is Urban Terror and from what I've read, the port is 27960. Here's a picture of my settings, what did I do wrong? The black box is where my MAC address is.

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  4. Demon50

    Demon50 Addicted to LI Member

    try blocking 27950 and blocking: master.urbanterror.net
  5. RogueJediX

    RogueJediX Addicted to LI Member

    Nope, nothing. Are you sure it's 27950? I'm asking because when connecting to my box my brother's screen says "Loading...[myIP]::27960"

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