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rolljester
11-11-2006, 02:12 PM
Hi all,

I have purchased the online (non-retail box) version of SC:CT a few days ago, and am venturing into Versus and Co-Op modes.

I'd like to configure my router and XP firewall to have the correct ports forwarded for optimum play. However, I keep hearing that they were originally documented in the game's manual... which I don't have since I bought the online downloadable version.

Can anyone post a conclusive list of what ports should be forwarded for both Versus and Co-Op modes? Along with this, has ANYONE figured out an easy way to forward a mass range of ports under XP? On my router, this is easy to do, but XP seems to want you to specify each individual port, which is entirely unfeasible considering there are thousands in the range that need forwarding. Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance. Let me know if I can offer any useful information in this.

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Posted Sat November 11 2006 12:50 Hide Post
Ok, to further clarify, I basically need to know how to forward a mass range of ports in XP. I found the list of what ports should be forwarded... but individually specifying the 40000-43000 range for 3000 different ports on the XP firewall is just ludacris. Any suggestions on how to do them en masse?

COOP Ports:
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TCP: 6668, 40000-42999
UDP: 9102 (input/output)
UDP: 9103 (input/output)
UDP: 9106 (input/output)
UDP: 9107 (input/output)
UDP: 41000 (output)
UDP: 44000 (output)
UDP: 45000 - 45001 (input/output)


Ubi.com (and Versus) Compatibility
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Problems with Firewalls : If you have a firewall on your Internet connection,
the following ports should be open (consult your firewall documentation):

TCP 40000 to 43000 included
UDP 44000 in input/output
UDP 45000 in input/output
UDP 45001 in input/output
UDP 7776 in input/output
UDP 8888 and the next three ones in input/output
UDP 8878 in input/output

These last two ports can be configured via Default.ini file. Please note that
in case port 8878 is not available, the next 10 ports will be automatically tested.

In order to be able to use AllSeeingEyes you need to open some more ports :
(27243-27245) UDP + TCP and 9011 UDP

rolljester
11-11-2006, 02:12 PM
Hi all,

I have purchased the online (non-retail box) version of SC:CT a few days ago, and am venturing into Versus and Co-Op modes.

I'd like to configure my router and XP firewall to have the correct ports forwarded for optimum play. However, I keep hearing that they were originally documented in the game's manual... which I don't have since I bought the online downloadable version.

Can anyone post a conclusive list of what ports should be forwarded for both Versus and Co-Op modes? Along with this, has ANYONE figured out an easy way to forward a mass range of ports under XP? On my router, this is easy to do, but XP seems to want you to specify each individual port, which is entirely unfeasible considering there are thousands in the range that need forwarding. Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance. Let me know if I can offer any useful information in this.

--


Posted Sat November 11 2006 12:50 Hide Post
Ok, to further clarify, I basically need to know how to forward a mass range of ports in XP. I found the list of what ports should be forwarded... but individually specifying the 40000-43000 range for 3000 different ports on the XP firewall is just ludacris. Any suggestions on how to do them en masse?

COOP Ports:
------------------------------------------
TCP: 6668, 40000-42999
UDP: 9102 (input/output)
UDP: 9103 (input/output)
UDP: 9106 (input/output)
UDP: 9107 (input/output)
UDP: 41000 (output)
UDP: 44000 (output)
UDP: 45000 - 45001 (input/output)


Ubi.com (and Versus) Compatibility
------------------------------------------
Problems with Firewalls : If you have a firewall on your Internet connection,
the following ports should be open (consult your firewall documentation):

TCP 40000 to 43000 included
UDP 44000 in input/output
UDP 45000 in input/output
UDP 45001 in input/output
UDP 7776 in input/output
UDP 8888 and the next three ones in input/output
UDP 8878 in input/output

These last two ports can be configured via Default.ini file. Please note that
in case port 8878 is not available, the next 10 ports will be automatically tested.

In order to be able to use AllSeeingEyes you need to open some more ports :
(27243-27245) UDP + TCP and 9011 UDP