Open and search for 3724 and then replace it with another value (above 10000 to be safe) and then continue setting up port forwarding, etc (from Step number 5 in this guide until finish) for the new port value2.
Then open file on your World of Warcraft Directory and change the realmlist to use the new port (if you’re not using default port then you’ll need to write the port used by your realmd process too or else your friend or you won’t be able to connect to your own server)here’s an example of what the at the above example the realmd port is set to 9999, if you use another value then make sure to use that value instead That’s it hopefully this new guide can help you on setting up your own World of Warcraft Server for …
Ever found yourself with a Windows system that just won't let you browse the local network?
If you're on a public connection, like at an airport or hotel Wi Fi, you'd expect this behavior, a good thing.
I've got a simple 30 second animated GIF for you down below that'll clearly demonstrate an easy fix for wired connections that will likely work for you too.
hopefully this new guide can help you on setting up your wow server to be accessible by public and more easier to understand despite my bad english language So here goes the guide : Requirements :1.
Know how to configure firewall to allow connection on specific port, as a note Windows XP built-in Firewall is enabled by default (Windows Firewall) …
btw if it’s for me i’m using Ghostwall as my personal firewall3.
Does any one know what I will need to achieve this or a TV they can recommend?
Hi guys, So three days ago, I experienced this problem that I can surf the web normally, but I can't connect to game servers, when I try to connect to game server, its like it disconnects from the game server alone, or times out.