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is there away to have pb running but still have the person hosting it play on it as at the moment i get kicked?

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yes... maybe you could explain the situation better. I might be able to provide a better answer.
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ok
i host a server for me and m8s to play on
but at the moment i have to have punkbuster turned off because otherwise i join and get kickd straight away because it says
"server disconected, has been kicked via punkbuster (for 0 minuets) ...PB GUID AUTH: UNKWN"
is there anyway to overcome this?

I have got latest PB updates

Edited by ==SpuD==, 12 July 2007 - 09:18 AM.

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this seems to be caused by a port forwarding issue. If your server is going through a router, please make sure the server is set to DMZ.

also, on your server you can enter this command in console: pb_sv_guidrelax 7

btw, I suggest you look into http://punksbusted.com/ They have a lot of good info regarding pb and also offer a master ban list.

Edited by starjax, 12 July 2007 - 01:21 PM.

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yes it is going throught the router
but apparently dmz can be a security issue/problem so i used portforwading instead
are there pb ports to forward?
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