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Topic # 59646 8-Apr-2010 16:24
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Hey guys a new cod4 server . Its hosted from New Zealand . You can also book for private games and its free of charge.
For more info on bookings . Visit : http://www.dgmaster.co.cc/forum and go to the cod4 section .
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IP: 222.152.73.159:28960  

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  Reply # 316311 8-Apr-2010 19:20
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Running on a Jetstream connection ? How many users can you support without lagging out ?




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  Reply # 316312 8-Apr-2010 19:22
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xpd: Running on a Jetstream connection ? How many users can you support without lagging out ?


Heyy yeap fast connection and I havent tested fully with 16 people but it should not lag for upto 12-16 people. Maby It could handle more but 12-16 seems good

We also have Teamspeak2 now

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  Reply # 316341 8-Apr-2010 20:47
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I'll give it a shot when I get some free time..




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  Reply # 316355 8-Apr-2010 21:10
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saiPA: Hey guys a new cod4 server . Its hosted from New Zealand . You can also book for private games and its free of charge.
For more info on bookings . Visit : http://www.dgmaster.co.cc/forum and go to the cod4 section .
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IP: 222.152.73.159:28960  


new ip 222.152.73.22:28960

and teamspeak2: dgmaster.no-ip.org password:dgmaster

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  Reply # 316660 9-Apr-2010 20:19
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Hmm you arent on a static IP are you ? :)




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  Reply # 316759 10-Apr-2010 12:29
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xpd: Hmm you arent on a static IP are you ? :)


Hey . Umm no but im getting one now . So feel free to use our dynamic address for now
 dgmaster.no-ip.org



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  Reply # 316763 10-Apr-2010 12:49
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Heyy We now have a static ip

192.168.1.181:28960

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  Reply # 316764 10-Apr-2010 12:50
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This is a private IP address, not public. I think you should seriously up your game (pun intended) if you want to provide a public server. This should include a bit more knowledge in networking, a bit more bandwidth available and other tidbits.







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  Reply # 316765 10-Apr-2010 12:52
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freitasm: This is a private IP address, not public. I think you should seriously up your game (pun intended) if you want to provide a public server. This should include a bit more knowledge in networking, a bit more bandwidth available and other tidbits.


Im know what im doing . My private Ip is different . My last digits change for my public static ip. You can even try and then prove me wrong . Thank you.
I posted this after i checked it myself so you can check before you start proving people wrong


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  Reply # 316768 10-Apr-2010 13:11
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saiPA:
freitasm: This is a private IP address, not public. I think you should seriously up your game (pun intended) if you want to provide a public server. This should include a bit more knowledge in networking, a bit more bandwidth available and other tidbits.


Im know what im doing . My private Ip is different . My last digits change for my public static ip. You can even try and then prove me wrong . Thank you.
I posted this after i checked it myself so you can check before you start proving people wrong



192.168 is not visible on the Internet. Learn about it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Private_network







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  Reply # 316769 10-Apr-2010 13:13
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freitasm:
saiPA:
freitasm: This is a private IP address, not public. I think you should seriously up your game (pun intended) if you want to provide a public server. This should include a bit more knowledge in networking, a bit more bandwidth available and other tidbits.


Im know what im doing . My private Ip is different . My last digits change for my public static ip. You can even try and then prove me wrong . Thank you.
I posted this after i checked it myself so you can check before you start proving people wrong



192.168 is not visible on the Internet. Learn about it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Private_network



Try 192.168.1.181 in your internet browser n it will take you to our webserver. Try it.

Iused portforward.com's static ip guide to get mine

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  Reply # 316772 10-Apr-2010 13:16
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Doesn't work here. As freitasm said, that address is not visible outside of your network



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  Reply # 316773 10-Apr-2010 13:17
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dm2000: Doesn't work here. As freitasm said, that address is not visible outside of your network


Ohk well I had a doubt bt I followed that guide and it seemd to work. It works for my teamspeak server though.

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  Reply # 316774 10-Apr-2010 13:22
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saiPA:
dm2000: Doesn't work here. As freitasm said, that address is not visible outside of your network


Ohk well I had a doubt bt I followed that guide and it seemd to work. It works for my teamspeak server though.


That guide gives your device an internal static address.

What you need is an address that's not private, which you might be able to get from your ISP



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  Reply # 316775 10-Apr-2010 13:23
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Yea I was thinking of getting one of my ISP. Thx

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