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Call Of Duty Multiplayer Problems


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FlameBoy13

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I can not get a server at all on my join a game screen. All it says is waiting for response from master server.
We do have a router but i have turned fire walls off.
I have Call Of Duty game of the year edition. does that matter?

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Facedown98

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Do you know which ports you need to open? Which firewall and antivirus protectors do you have installed?
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I dont know which ports and as far as i know all i have is windows firewall and maybe AOL.
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you might want to try to check your settings to make sure its good there and if u use wireless try reconnecting every so often that fixed my problems when that happened

Edited by Callofduty:UO rocks, 30 July 2006 - 10:39 PM.

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I can not get a server at all on my join a game screen. All it says is waiting for response from master server.
We do have a router but i have turned fire walls off.
I have Call Of Duty game of the year edition. does that matter?

Begging for help,
FlameBoy13


Some routers can still be a little fussy even with the firewall turned off, namely belkin and netgear tend to need a little more settings rather than just turning the firewall off.

Some belkin routers have a game setting (mainly pre-n versions) that you can setup a dedicated game server very quickly with and turning the firewall off will not work on its own.

Without knowing the make and model of your router id say that you still need to forward some ports (port 80 should be fine) and possibly you may still need to enable dmz.
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REMOVED, didn't realize this post was from 2006. :)

Edited by AgentMES, 31 January 2008 - 09:24 AM.

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