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[THE-Timst]

Red Alert Port Forwarding Help

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Hello all,

 

Im having problems with being able to play multiplayer games recently especially the fast games.  Whenever I join a game I get kicked out with a message that says 'cant connect too XXXXXX'.

 

Is this a port forwarding issue?  Ive followed online guides to tell me what ones need forwarding.  Could someone tell me what ports i need to forward please?

 

If its not anything to do with ports, can someone tell me what I need to do to resolve this.

 

FYI i have a virgin media Superhub2 router

 

 

Another quesiton, I have a raspberry Pi 2, would RA online run ok on that?

 

 

thanks  ;)

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Another quesiton, I have a raspberry Pi 2, would RA online run ok on that?

I dunno, what OS are you planning to run on it?

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type this command in the lobby: /natx

 

it will output testing results, copy/paste them here

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" post="39545" timestamp="1453296838"]

Another quesiton, I have a raspberry Pi 2, would RA online run ok on that?

 

The CPU in that is ARM based RA is x86 so that wont work.

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Another quesiton, I have a raspberry Pi 2, would RA online run ok on that?

 

The CPU in that is ARM based RA is x86 so that wont work.

Perhaps you can install an x86 emulator and Windows XP on it. XP and C&C can run on a CyrixMII-333 with 128Mb of memory,  so perhaps if you can emulate a Pentium and install CnCNet, then you can even play online.

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Hi guys

 

thanks for the quick responses

 

 

here was the results from the /natx test - (21) [09:06] 1 0 1161 2151

 

cheers

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this looks a lot like a problem with your router, you should be able to fix it by forwarding the needed port. Currently your port is set to 1161, you can forward to this port or change it back to the default 8054 and forward. A firmware upgrade could fix the "bug" too

 

Using a different router is an option too

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