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Problems with Starcraft in multiplayer games with...

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by zachariah, May 9, 2006.

  1. zachariah

    zachariah Network Guru Member

    Whenever I play starcraft with another person on the same network in the same game with other online people, we would experience horrible latency issues. It's so bad that people will immediately drop from the game several seconds into the game. I've searched countless places for a solution without any luck. I should of looked for that solution here since so many of you are knowledgable in the area of configuring routers :). Anyone who has also experienced this problem would know that simply opening ports 6112 will not fix it. Perhaps someone here would like to share the remedy with me :p.
     
  2. zachariah

    zachariah Network Guru Member

  3. zachariah

    zachariah Network Guru Member

    if netgear can do it, linksys is also capable right? :eek:
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    Netgear router added starcraft multiple gaming capability.

    Ask your router vendor to add this capability.

    http://www.netgear.co.kr/Support/Pr...o.asp?IDXNo=164

    WPN824 Firmware Version V2.0.15

    Fixed in 2.0.15

    Fixed that UPnP packets caused the router to freeze.
    Fixed abnormal behavior while users type a space in Password and SSID field.
    Fixed the problem of not being able to receive RIPv2 multicast packets.
    Fixed the DHCP IP allocation issue.
    XR (Extended Range) now displays properly with a 108-mode XR-capable wireless adapters.
    Added or Modified Features in 2.0.15

    Adds WPA2 support.
    Adds Starcraft multiple gaming capability.
     
  4. Thibor

    Thibor Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    that feature has already been added in Hyperwrt, i named it Port Redirection
     
  5. zachariah

    zachariah Network Guru Member

    Does anyone know how to get Port Forwarding and Port Redirection to allow multiplayer gaming on b.net with (2 or more players from lan + 1 or more players from an external ip)?

    Any detailed solutions would is much appreciated, I use the router in my signature.

    I've tried doing so many things and failed.

    I opened starcraft ports 6112-6119 to my computer, opened ports 6112-6119 to my brother's computer, redirected port ext.6112 to int.169 for my computer, redirected port ext.6113 to 168 for my brother's computer. I still can't allow him to join my games while having external players in the same game.

    I just don't know how to correctly input data maybe.
     
  6. RTSAnime

    RTSAnime Network Guru Member

    Now its been a whle since i have played SC, but does it like WC3 have a setting where you can tell it what port to use? If so, set you comp to 1 port and Port Forward that port to your comps ip, then set your brother's to another port and port forward that to your brother's ip. I have done such with WC3 and it works perfectly.
     
  7. zachariah

    zachariah Network Guru Member

    starcraft multiplayer b.net gaming help

    To this day, I still have not figured out how to get a starcraft game on battle.net consisting of 2 players under my router and a player or more from another household to run without mind blowing lag. Has anyone out there figured out the solution yet? There seems to be no help or pre-existing instructions anywhere in sight....

    THIS IS MY GOAL: All must be fulfilled simultaneously to be considered a sucess.
    1) Play an online game of starcraft on battle.net
    2) Game must have atleast 2 players from the home network under a Linksys WRT54G v2.2 router or similar
    3) Game must have atleast 1 player from outside of the home network(preferably a friend from his/her own house).

    IF ANYONE HAS PLAYED WITH NO LAG UNDER ALL OF THESE CIRCUMSTANCES PLEASE TELL ME YOUR ROUTER CONFIGURATIONS, THANKS!!!
     

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