How To Play Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne Online Using Tunngle Works for Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos as well!
Posted 30 December 2012 - 09:40
Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos is a real time strategy video game released by Blizzard Entertainment on July 3, 2002. An expansion pack, The Frozen Throne, was released on July 1, 2003. Warcraft III contains four playable races. Humans and Orcs, Night Elves and Undead. Multiplayer mode allows for play against other people instead of playing against computer-controlled characters as is done in the single-player custom game mode.
The Steps to Playing
1. Install Warcraft III: The Throzen Throne(or Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos)
2. Download the Latest Game Patch and install it to your computer.
3. Start Tunngle and join the Warcraft III: The Throzen Throne or Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos Tunngle Networks.
4. Start the game as your normally would.
5. From the Main Menu Choose "Local Area Network"
6. Join any game from the list or create your own.
7. Have Fun!
* If you need any additional help just reply to this thread or feel free to create your own
* The host should always setup a Port_Forward to avoid connection issues.
Posted 25 January 2013 - 00:37
i have wireless laptop ,im triying to play wireless this game,iknow that the program tunngle create a virtual conection. but says, that does not have internet conection, down my internet wireless conecction, in the local and area networks.
i turn off the firewall protection in the antivirus.
and i dont se a game.
i cant. connect a lancable becuase the thomsom modem is in the first floor and i have my laptop on the second floor and i prefer to play in wireless mode.
i have windows 8
someone helpme please.
Posted 22 September 2013 - 09:16
As the host you should make sure you have opened your Ports with a Port_Forward and that you don't have a firewall blocking Tunngle or the game
Thanks ObeseWhale, that really helped
Posted 27 November 2013 - 02:19
So I found this post and I guess it's better for me to just ask my question here instead of creating an entire new topic (please tell me if this is not the case and I will create such topic).
I have the same problem, but it seems to only happen between me and a friend of mine. I can see some rooms in the Local Area Network and even enter them, but I can't see specifically my friend's room AND he can't see mine. I did get to see his room once after I told him to allow the game and Tunngle through his firewall (and I made sure that I had allowed it too). We played totally lag-free, but when we tried playing again, the same problem happened.
He doesn't have access to his router, but people say that only the host needs to forward Tunngle's ports. Therefore I did that, but even still, he can't see my rooms, so I suppose it's not port related (of course, I could be wrong).
Also, I don't know if this is helpful, but we've also played Age of Mythology: The Titans, and in that game, I can see his room, enter it and play normally, but he can't see mine. However, AoM lets you enter rooms by typing the host's IP (in this case, the Tunngle IP), and when he tries to enter my room with this method, it works. Unfortunately, we didn't find such an option in Warcraft.
Posted 27 November 2013 - 03:55
Also if your friend doesnt have access to his router, he can use the UPnP option. This method will port forward automatically if his router supports upnp. To active UPnP go to Tunngle -> System -> Option and check the Use UPnP.
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Posted 27 November 2013 - 08:22
It's possible that a firewall is still blocking Tunngle or the game so you might want to check that both Tunngle and the game are allowed through.
You could also try the Community_Connection_Test tool with your friend. This Tool will verify the connection over Tunngle
Posted 27 November 2013 - 19:31
As I've already said, we have allowed everything we could in the Firewall.
I tried creating a private network instead of using the public Warcraft one, and apparently that solved it. I can now freely see his games, and he sees mine, so I don't really think the problem is in our computers here, but in the Tunngle server or something.
Thanks anyway, see you later.
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