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chatto 11-07-2005 01:16 AM

PS2 Dedicated Servers>>>Problem hosting a game.
 
I have the pc dedicated server for the ps2 and tried to create a game through it. I chose the selections through the applicaton in my pc screen that I wanted on it and pressed the start button. After a couple of seconds the start button just becomes pressable again, then I went to check the games servers through my ps2 and the server I supposedly created was nowhere. I dont think the application started the server I had told it to do and do not know what else to do. Ive seen servers under clan names (bunch of servers under same clan, ex. SWA had like five servers with no ppl in them).

Does mean that there can only be a certain number of human hosted servers in the game at one time? I've alread checked the lucasarts.com forums where I downloaded the application from and found no help file for the application. I need help concerning the ps2 dedicated server if anyone can tell me where to look for answers.

robkman 11-25-2005 04:23 PM

What server are you trying to host? SWBFI or SWBFII?

I got SWBFI working but am having issue with SWBFII. Let me know if its SWBFI and I can help.

Rob

chatto 11-28-2005 04:41 PM

Hey
 
Thanks for being the only one who had any interest in helping lol. I'm having issues with the SWBF2 server for the ps2 and needed to know why when I would launch the server it would not appear in the game screen. I figure my router is the problem, I have issues with it, it doesnt let me go to bunch of places online while I'm connected with it. I did everything the router's help website said, however the problem persisted, so I don't bother with it unless I get a new router, but thanks anyways Rob

zerted 11-28-2005 10:33 PM

Disable your router's firewall and see it it works.


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