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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 73577 16-Dec-2010 12:48
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Hi guys, hoping someone can help me out on this one. I am stumped on why no games are listing (to join) in the master list when I start up COD4 multiplayer.

I have setup the port forwarding, I have tried DMZ and no firewall (windows 7 64bit).....no games will list in the master games list to join.

I am hoping someone can shed some light on why it is not working.

Black OPS is working fine. Plenty of games to join.

Just moved over from Canada...had no problems with computer and my router...but the router I am using here, is not my equipment. Computer I brought over in parts in my suitcase.

Firmware version  V3.00B01T01.TX.20060516

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Master Geek


  Reply # 418102 16-Dec-2010 13:46
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What version is your COD4 patched to? Make sure there are no filters set in the server list screen.



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  Reply # 418130 16-Dec-2010 14:49
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jonofan: What version is your COD4 patched to? Make sure there are no filters set in the server list screen.


It wasn't the filters...but you got me checking in the right area, one thing I was completely blind to. The source...one must put it to source - "internet" before the list can be populated.

SOB lol

Thnks

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  Reply # 418138 16-Dec-2010 15:06
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lol. I've done that before.

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  Reply # 424375 5-Jan-2011 18:33
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I have the same trouble as well ive even DMZ myself before. This is with a different modem though the Telecom Wifi one. But the only way I can fix it is if I reboot the modem. Oh even on another modem i have it also does the same thing. I think it is Telecom itself because its not just my pc as well its laptop etc etc. You with Telecom? if so I blame them :P



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  Reply # 424474 5-Jan-2011 23:28
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littleninjaman: I have the same trouble as well ive even DMZ myself before. This is with a different modem though the Telecom Wifi one. But the only way I can fix it is if I reboot the modem. Oh even on another modem i have it also does the same thing. I think it is Telecom itself because its not just my pc as well its laptop etc etc. You with Telecom? if so I blame them :P


I am on Telecom, but everything is working perfectly fine now.

Are you using your own router as well? Or just the Telecom provided DSL/Router?

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  Reply # 424492 6-Jan-2011 00:25
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ATM im using a non telecom router but still have the same trouble. But the master server issues comes and goes for me i just have to reboot the modem and it comes fine again normally. 

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