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Creating server 14 years 2 months ago #4419

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Hello i would like to knew if i can create game server on the way that the firewall it is turned on, that can other peoples conect on my server
and play games like CS or Wolfenstein.
Have a nice day
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Re: Creating server 14 years 2 months ago #4422

If you want other people to be able to connect, you'll have to do a couple of things:

First make sure you dont have a NAT'ed private IP (192.168, 172.16, 10.x).. if you do, then bad luck mate..

Secondly, you will have to open the games ports on the firewall... if you visit the game developers site they will usually have some support on what ports need to be open to make the game run.
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Re: Creating server 14 years 1 month ago #4499

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i always read about open and close port..
how can we do that?

Re: Creating server 13 years 11 months ago #5242

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well basically, as to my understanding, ports are like doors. the more doors you have, the most likely someone may enter thru that door either wanted or unwanted guess. Ports are opennings that allow packets to enter and leave based on their process. There are ports that are very important and there are those that are mostly compromise. These are the ports that should be given attention to prevent any form of attack that could take place.

If you have a firewall, you can open/close ports to allow/disallow certain types of services that uses those port for access. In this way, you are able to secure your box (or network) from any attack from the outside world.
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