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How to open port 443 to play LA NOIRE


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colonelsas

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Ive been having problems recently trying to get LA NOIRE working. When the game wants to update its patches a pop up on the game comes up and says "no internet conection", but I'm connected to the internet lol.
Ive been looking around online and different people have said try checking if port 443 is open, if not, open it and try and see if it will work.
To be honest I don't know what port 443 is and have no idea on how to open it :P
Can some one help me out please. Thanks! :D
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I am not sure what console you are playing this on, so I am going to assume that it is PC. Basicly, what you have to do, is "forward" port 443 to your PC in your router for this to work. The first thing you need to do is figure out the IP address of your computer. You can do this by pressing the windows key and "r" at the same time. Type "cmd" in the run box and push enter. In the black command prompt that pops up, type "ipconfig" and push enter. You will see a number that says "IP address" or "IPv4 Address" depending on your operating system, that is your IP address. Also make note of the "default gateway". That is the IP address of your router, which you will need to gain access to in order to forward the port. Then you log into the web interface of your router to forward the port. If you can provide the brand and model number of your router (i.e netgear, linksys, etc), I can tell you how to forward the port. :cool:
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Thank you for the reply! ;)
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