diablo 2 ip error router
Newcomer Forum > Diablo 2 TCP/IP problems? Discussion in 'Newcomer Forum' started by mrmin123, Sep 7, 2004. | Replies: 6 | Views: 3477 mrmin123 IncGamers Member Joined: Sep 7, 2004 Messages: 2 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 1 Diablo 2 TCP/IP problems? a friend and i are diablo 2 ip ban trying to play TCP/IP over the internet with diablo 2, just for kicks, but we always get this cyborgplay diablo 2 ip 'cannot connect to server' error (when any one of us is hosting). is it because we're behind a router/firewall? is there some reason why we get diablo 2 ip address this error? i've read at some places that it's tcp/ip over a network, which i don't think we're in, so is it because of that? if that's the reason, is there a workaround to play TCP/IP when we're not on the same network? thanks!
Diablo 2 Ip Address Cannot Connect To Servermrmin123, Sep 7, 2004 #1 tio IncGamers Member Joined: Jun 13, 2004 Messages: 17 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 16 I am not 100% sure why you cant play ,one of the reasons i had was the firewall that comes swiched ON with XP SP2,so make sure that is switched off. Also maybe i am wrong (fairly new to this game) surely you could just play on open battlenet at set times and password the game? wouldnt that be the same thing? Good luck Edit...both my pcs are behind diablo 2 tcp/ip cannot connect to server the router firewall and can connect to each other and to the internet and play it was ONLY the SP2 firewall that added the problems tio, Sep 7, 2004 #2 Baboon IncGamers Member Joined: Jun 23, 2003 Messages: 500 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 120 You can use tcp/ip over internet, i did that a lot before i played on bnet. Your problem probably has to do with routers and firewalls, but I'm not an expert on that. Baboon, Sep 7, 2004 #3 Myrakh-2 IncGamers Member Joined: Jun 23, 2004 Messages: 2,954 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 165 mrmin123 said: a friend and i are trying to play TCP/IP over the internet with diablo 2, just for kicks, but we always get this 'cannot connect to server' error (when any one of us is hosting). is it because we're behind a router/firewall?Click to expand... Yes. You need to forward the TCP port on the server-side. It's the TCP port 4000; I'm also prioritizing TCP port 6112, but I don't actually remember why I did that... Myrakh-2, Sep 7, 2004 #4 Venym IncGamers Member Joined: Sep 4, 2004 Messages: 24 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 5 As long as you've set a rule within your firewall to allow D2 through it should be okay. Mine's behind 2 firewall's (AVG & Windows although can we call that a firewall :scratch: ) and it runs ok. I get an odd disconnect now n then but that's it. Venym, Sep 7, 2004 #5 Dacar92 Community, Amazon, DH Moderator & Inc Clan Officer Joined: Nov
Misc Forums Diablo Legacy Forums Diablo II How to bypass "REALM DOWN" Search Search all Forums Search this Forum Search this Thread Tools Jump to Forum How to bypass "REALM DOWN" |<<< 12 >>>| 12Next #1 May 14, 2008 nelos nelos hamachi diablo 2 View User Profile View Posts Send Message Faithful Join Date: 4/10/2008 Posts: 18 Member Details
Diablo 2 Port ForwardingREALM DOWN PROBLEM? NO PROBLEM AT ALL! As far as i remembered these steps are what my sister told me to do if i
Diablo 2 Tcp Ip Over Internetncouter a "realm down" experience while playing the game. ~Basically this will reset your ban IP address to a new IP address. :)~ (also work on other online-games if you get realm down etc,.) Here it gos: step http://www.diabloii.net/forums/threads/diablo-2-tcp-ip-problems.246361/ 1: Go to "start menu" and find/click "run". in the "run" box type: "command" or "cmd". in the command window type: "ipconfig/release" then close/exit. step 2: Go to "start menu" and find/click "Connect to" and click on "show all connection". find "local area connection" right-click and click "properties". then in "General page" scroll down and find "Internal Protocol (tcp/ip)" double click on it. click "use the following IP address". on the "IP address" type any number you like http://www.diablofans.com/forums/diablo-iii-misc-forums/diablo-legacy-forums/diablo-ii/72878-how-to-bypass-realm-down example:[12,12,12,12] then press "OK" (it should show an "error message" but keep pressing "ok" until there's no more error message pop) Go back and double-click "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" on the "Local area Connection". then click "Obtain an IP address automatically" press "OK" then ok/exit. step 3: Repeat "step 1" but this time in the command window type: "ipconfig/renew" then enter/exit...TADA!!!! "YOU ARE NOW ABLE TO PLAY DIABLO2LOD AGAIN!!!! :D" thanks to: killing lil thingys and nelos Rollback Post to Revision RollBack #2 May 14, 2008 nelos nelos View User Profile View Posts Send Message Faithful Join Date: 4/10/2008 Posts: 18 Member Details now can someone sticky this please?...thank you Rollback Post to Revision RollBack #3 May 14, 2008 Equinox Equinox View User Profile View Posts Send Message Evil Spock Join Date: 11/19/2006 Posts: 13,999 Member Details I may be wrong, but this may mess up the internet for some people... Rollback Post to Revision RollBack #4 May 14, 2008 nelos nelos View User Profile View Posts Send Message Faithful Join Date: 4/10/2008 Posts: 18 Member Details if they follow the step by step instructions they should have no problem on doing this. and that's why we are here to help them if they messup and their questions needs answers Rollback Post to Revision RollBack #5 May 14, 2008 Equinox Equinox View User Profile View Posts Send Message Evil Spock Join Date: 11/1
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