Hi,
no matter what the confusion with reinstalling and upgrading and disappearing start menu folders is, you can easily set the server to connect to,even without the X-Sight-Interactive TS2 Utlility Pack. ----- Original Message ----- From: "constantine (on laptop)" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Monday, December 01, 2008 2:41 PM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] top speed 2 issues: was: Top Speed 2 multiplayer troubleshooting



Hi

I have a d-link wbr-1310 here, but I don't think that was my problem. A
friend of mine reinstalled top speed. WHen he did this, the start menu was
gone - he set it to create a folder. Actually, the problem was this.

He upgraded from top speed rc1 to rc2. Now, he went to connect to my server.
But he couldn't get into the server selector. Our start menu items were
totally different.

Mine has playing in the dark on the web, top speed 2 read me english, and
top speed 2, then it also has x site interactive ts 2 utilitty pack. His
didn't have the latter. I'm really not sure what to think of this. I also
didn't have the tools submenu. He did, so when he clicked on it, and went to
server selector, he got a could not find shortcut error. Could the start
menu items from rc1 stil be there? So he deleted the top speed 2 start menu
folder, uninstalled it, and reinstalled it. The start menu items didn't
reappear - in fact, there was no playing in the dark start menu folder.


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----- Original Message ----- From: "Lukás Hosnedl" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Monday, December 01, 2008 12:44 AM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Top Speed 2 multiplayer troubleshooting


Hi Dakotah,
strange issues here, I won't probably be much of a help, but I'll try it
anyway. :-)
I have never had any problems when I connected to a working server as a
client, although I am behind a router as well, so that should not be the
issue. If there was ever a problem, it always proved to be on the server
side, this is how things turned for me.
When I wanted to host my own games, I had to do exactly what you described:
Forward the appropriate port (or set it as a virtual server, depends how
each individual router calls the same thing) both for TCP and UDP. For this
to work, make sure that you have a static ip address set for your lan
adapter, and that the virtual server or port forwarding is linked to that
very address, that should make sense. Also, an active firewall built into
the router itself or a similar functionality of the router could be blocking the transmission, every router is different and I am not really a net admin
or so at all. I just managed to set several virtual servers for several
different ports on my router, that's all. I did this the very day Top Speed 2.0 was released, and have done it for other multiplayer audiogames as well,
such as Audioquake or Soundrts, and have never had a single problem with
this particular business.
Lukas
----- Original Message ----- From: "Dakotah Rickard" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Monday, December 01, 2008 3:12 AM
Subject: [Audyssey] Top Speed 2 multiplayer troubleshooting


I hope this isn't too off-topic for the list. If so, please e-mail
privately with answers.

First, creating a server behind a router can pose problems. Is it
usually workable to be behind a router if you're on the client side or
are the same difficulties present?

Second, if I want to create a server, and I am behind a router, what
are the ports I should forward and under what protocols? I tried 25989
with TCP and UDP but it said I couldn't start the server. Next, I
tried making my computer a DMZ, risky but what the heck. When I tried
that, I didn't even get the "server failed" message. The program just
kind of froze. What am I missing here. When I patch my computer
straight through to the internet, everything's fine. It's only when I
add my router that there are problems.

Help, please.

Signed:
Dakotah Rickard

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