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#1 Posted: 17 Nov 2016 @ 14:59 CET  
 

I have my ports forwarded and when I create a game, in the lobby I type /netinfo,

it always shows that my Client UDP is 27547. I tried downloading the 6112.reg but that hasnt' fixed it. Any ideas?

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#2 Posted: 17 Nov 2016 @ 21:26 CET  
 

The most common mistake with port forwarding is that you specified the wrong IP. Make sure the PC you play bw on has a reserved IP address. (Look in DHCP settings)

If not, your router could assign a random IP address to your bw-PC and as a result, it will be port forwarding nothing.

There's really only 4 things you need to do:

1) Port range forward 6112-6119

2) Direct it to your brood war computer's IP (ex: 192.168.0.10)

3) Make sure it's on TCP/UDP

4) Make sure your computer is on a static IP within your local network

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#3 Posted: 18 Nov 2016 @ 06:41 CET  
 

Open your TCP/IP properties and set DNS 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4

this should fix your UDP client port to 6112

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#4 Posted: 18 Nov 2016 @ 20:08 CET  
 

Unfortunately, I have added that setting for the DNS and the wrong port is still being bound to.

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#5 Posted: 20 Nov 2016 @ 07:48 CET  
 

Try 6113.reg

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#6 Posted: 30 Nov 2016 @ 22:02 CET  
 

Still no luck here!

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#7 Posted: 03 Dec 2016 @ 22:16 CET  
 

GrindCore666 :
Still no luck here!

razorsuKe already told you what to do.

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#8 Posted: 14 Dec 2016 @ 09:24 CET  
 

Hi GrindCore666,

Please provide more info on your router brand and model and I can help you with a step by step procedure personalized for your device.

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#9 Posted: 14 Dec 2016 @ 12:46 CET  
 

Hi guys i have the same problem i opened the ports 6112 to 6119 and still cant host. Do you know what is the problem when u have forwared the ports? thanks

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#10 Posted: 15 Dec 2016 @ 07:20 CET  
 

type /netinfo and make sure your pc is really using the 6112 port.

If yes, you have to forward your ports properly

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#11 Posted: 15 Dec 2016 @ 18:25 CET  
 

hey iccup,face when i type /netinfor it says that my ports are all ok im using 6112 so dont know what is hapening abit embarrasing. i tried all and still cant make sad...

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#12 Posted: 24 Dec 2016 @ 19:35 CET  
 

have you tried mca64 ?

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#13 Posted: 25 Dec 2016 @ 12:17 CET  
 

Try with virtual ports instead of ports forwarding, some routers work that way

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#14 Posted: 12 Jan @ 09:47 CET  
 

I haven´t been able to host last couple of month.

PC, router (it supposedly isn´t a router, only a box with a firewall that is used to connect to my ISP - never had to do anything to be able to host using this earlier), ISP and general system configuration is unchanged.

I am on a static IP.

/Netinfo says client UDP is 6112.

What can I do to diagnose / fix this problem?

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