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  Reply # 311961 27-Mar-2010 23:42
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Cool.

Looks like I have the internet working. Now I just have to wait for someone to come and play. :(





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  Reply # 311991 28-Mar-2010 09:35
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I might be able to give it a shot tonight if interested.




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  Reply # 312006 28-Mar-2010 10:52
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I'd be keen to hear if you can play COD4 with "Use default gateway on remote network" unchecked, or not. I've not had the chance to test it

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  Reply # 312160 28-Mar-2010 19:37
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ChillingSilence: I'd be keen to hear if you can play COD4 with "Use default gateway on remote network" unchecked, or not. I've not had the chance to test it


Unfortunatly, it dosn't work.  A few of us tried it.  It may work if we input the IP manually maybe.  Other than that, I think I can handle not having internet while being logged in.





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