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Not really familar with this so maybe you can help me out.Cant host any games everyone times out.i know its my dsl modem but how to i fix it.Thnks Adam
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its a paradyne hot wire??? adsl/r??
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PARADYNE 6381A1200 Paradyne ADSL/R Bridge/Router 110V



This is what ive got for sure any help??
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nvm i got it
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I am having the same problem how did u slove it ?

Thanks
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If you are using a router then you need to open the port in the routers firewall. Also if running any software firewall on your computer you need to make sure that its port is open for the application. To find out what port is used you need to go to the games' website and look through the knowage base or the FAQ. If you still cant find it then use Google. Hope that this helps.
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