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LivingDeath62

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Well, I just got WC3 and I knew i would have to go to a lot of trouble to host a game because of my Vista OS and my "special" router. Could anyone run me through it please? :)
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Is this even possible?
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Last I checked, I don't think Windows Firewall should be blocking it.

If you have a wireless router that is blocking the ports, you need to enable 6112-6119 and Listen on 6112 for that.

To access your port settings, it all depends on your router brand.
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Last I checked, I don't think Windows Firewall should be blocking it.

If you have a wireless router that is blocking the ports, you need to enable 6112-6119 and Listen on 6112 for that.

To access your port settings, it all depends on your router brand.

How do I do that? I have No idea,
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