Different Virtual IP's
Posted 11 March 2011 - 15:47
Hi . If you feel that that could be the problem you can try to join the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (Class-C Emu) network and try again with your friend there .
Posted 23 May 2011 - 00:28
Posted 23 May 2011 - 01:31
Tunngle, as real internet must have different ips to make it work. if someone has the same ip it will give an error. thats why routers use 192.168.1.xxx.
if you have problems joining games, it must be becuase your game isnt using your tunngle ip, "7.xx.xxx.xx", if you are in games like age of mythology you might try to use OverrideAddress=x.x.x.x (Where x.x.x.x represents your tunngle IP address) in the game shortcut, for example (even with the ""):
“C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Age of Mythology\aom.exe” OverrideAddress=126.96.36.199
but its supposed you wont need that method, not with tunngle as i saw in this tutorial (they do a disconnect your internet trick)
but sometimes its about the priority in network adapters. that depends if you are in xp or vista/7. it changes a bit. you can see it in the tunngle wiki: Adapter_Priority
sometimes its not in first place so the game wont pick up.
i didnt understand if you cant play for thinking you dont have the same ip, or it didn't work and you think it was for the different ips.
but if its about networks, well they work like they let you play with any person in the same network. but it doesn't mean you have to have the same ip than other person. so you will have the same ip in any network you are, but you wont be able to connect to other person if that person isn't in your same network.
This post has been edited by xKophsx: 23 May 2011 - 01:39
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