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    Originally posted by mizfitz:
    If you have a router in your home network, please make sure that you have the latest firmware installed for that device. Your router manufacturer should be able to help you complete this update.

    - In addition, the following ports will need to be open in your router or any firewall software you may be running:

    9103, 9100, 10196 (UDP outbound/inbound)
    80, 3081, 3105 (TCP outbound)
    22350 - 22380 (TCP inbound)

    If you are unsure of how ports work, the best course of action may be to contact your router manufacturer, system administrator or ISP for more information.
    The mere fact that ANY of us should have to open ports to play this game, fills me with indescribable rage.
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    my router doesn't show inbound/outbound.

    I have port ranges (Port range forwarding tab)
    internal & external ports(single port forwarding tab)

    How do I enter them in. the port numbers with camas are confusing. I use a lynksys router.
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    If I do this, will the game work MP?
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    Originally posted by Blument:
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by solvarden:
    whats outbound/inbound
    "Inbound" is when a call comes into the router/gateway and "outbound" is when a call is placed or bridged from the router/gateway.

    For example, port 80 will send data to Ubisoft servers and 22350 will recieve data from them. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Could you be so kind and list all Trigger Ports and corresponding Incoming Ports? mizfitz wrote about outbound and inbound ports but I've got no idea how to match them...

    9103, 9100, 10196 - do I have to mark them both for Trigger and Incoming Port?

    Trigger - Incoming:
    9103 - 9103
    9100 - 9100
    10196 - 10196

    And this? Did I calculated it correctly?

    Trigger - Incoming:

    80 - 22350
    3081 - 22350
    3105 - 22350
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    Ive got the same problem. This is what mine looks like.

    Also when i input these ports it wouldnt allow me to connect the the ubi servers at all. I couldnt see my friends list or the extra content menue. im thinking about just destroying my mecaffee fire wall.
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    Originally posted by Parogar:
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by mizfitz:
    If you have a router in your home network, please make sure that you have the latest firmware installed for that device. Your router manufacturer should be able to help you complete this update.

    - In addition, the following ports will need to be open in your router or any firewall software you may be running:

    9103, 9100, 10196 (UDP outbound/inbound)
    80, 3081, 3105 (TCP outbound)
    22350 - 22380 (TCP inbound)

    If you are unsure of how ports work, the best course of action may be to contact your router manufacturer, system administrator or ISP for more information.
    The mere fact that ANY of us should have to open ports to play this game, fills me with indescribable rage. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    I agree whole heartedly!

    All together now

    RAAAAAGGGGEEEEE!!!!
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    Are you guys serious? You're whinging because you have to open ports to play a game online? That's pretty much SOP these days... Unless you're stupid (or just don't careabout your network's security) and leave UPnP and DMZ enabled?
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    comment ouvrir les ports pour splinter cell conviction??

    bonjour, je veux savoir comment ouvrir les ports pour jouer en coop ??

    j'ai rennomé le fichier hosts.old

    j'ai écrit mon compte Uplay dans Skidrow.ini

    et je ne sais pas comment oucrir les ports

    Si vous voulez bien me dire comment je fais.
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    Opening ports didnt help. Enabling DMZ or UPnP didnt make any difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ss1982254 View Post
    Opening ports didnt help. Enabling DMZ or UPnP didnt make any difference.
    WRONG... opening ports in your Router (port forwarding) and in Firewall absolutely helps. In fact, if you DON'T have your ports open in Router and Firewall, you will never be able to play Splinter Cell Conviction multiplayer on-line successfully... it will be hit-n-miss, have bad lag and eventual crash.

    I am finding players who assume they have opened ports (port forwarded) in Router, but in fact, have not. Here are a couple of tips on port forwarding:

    1. find your router in this guide and follow instructions
    http://www.pcwintech.com/port-forwarding-guides
    2. download and install Simple Port Tester (its free) and verify if the Splinter Cell Conviction ports are open (use internal ip)
    http://www.pcwintech.com/simple-port-tester

    Splinter Cell Conviction ports:
    9103, 9100, 10196 (UDP outbound/inbound)
    80, 3081, 3105 (TCP outbound)
    22350 - 22380 (TCP inbound)

    Good luck.
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