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Warcraft3 TFT joining problem! HELP PLEASE


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It was normal at first, but then, i tried to open port with my netgear router. After that, it work very well, and i turned off the computer. The next day, i turn the computer on and open warcraft3 TFT, and connect to battle net. But then it took for a while and appear this "Unable to connect to Battle.net... You may trying to connect to invalid Battle.net server. If you using a modem, you may need to manually connect to internet before connecting to Battle.net." And i closed the message, and tried to connect to battle net again, and the same thing happened, i tried for several of times like 10 times, finally it connected. And later, i tried to play a custom games. I can't join the game, i thought it was the host, but then, every games i tried to join, it appear this message " The game you attempted to join could not be found... You may have entered the name incorrectly or the creator may have canceled a game. It keep on happening. I'm using cable, and i'm a host of my network using netgear router WGR614v5. Please anyone help me to solve this problem, and your help will be very appreciated. Thank you for reading my post.
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you probably need to check your pc's ip address. It may have changed.

port forward info:

http://portforward.c...R614v5index.htm
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can you show me step by step please, cause i'm noob at these things.
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to find your current ip (for your pc);
go to Start and type in cmd
when the dos box pops up, enter ipconfig.
your ip address will probably look something like 192.168.1.123

Then go to the link I posted above, scroll to warcraft III and click that link. It will take you through your router configuration step by step.
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oh, I already do that, and restart the computer. But the problems still there. I think the problem is about the router, or is there another reasons that caused the problem?
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anyone have an idea what is going on in this situation? been more than a week already, and the matter still the same, can anyone solve this for me please. Thank you.
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ok, i bought a new router. And it works very well, the problem seem to be cured. So never mind, thank you for your helps.
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thats one way to resolve this issue. Glad your up and working.

Regards,
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