[C&C Zero Hour] cannot connect to players online... tried everything as far a I know
Posted 11 January 2019 - 09:31 PM
- downloaded C&C Ultimate collection and installed C&C Zero Hour via Origin
- installed https://bibber.eu/do...tion-launchers/
- installed http://www.gentool.net/
- deinstalled C&C:Online launcher
- applied this: https://forums.revor...ayers/?p=968625
- "refresh NAT" and "send delay" are greyed-out
- tried compabilty mode Win7 and XP SP3
- configured "run as administrator"
- disabled firewall (Windows 10 Defender) and to be sure added generals.exe to list of exceptions
- no other fw or anti-virus software running
- disabled fw on modem
- walked through this video and applied everything (basically everything in this list): https://www.gamerepl...news_id=1012910
- configured port-forwarding
incoming and outgoing (all = all incoming and outgoing IPs):
All All TCP 80 80All All TCP 28910 28910All All TCP 29900 29900All All TCP 29920 29920All All UDP 4321 4321All All UDP 27900 27900All All Both 16000 16000All All TCP 6667 6667
- runned NATNegTest (see results below)
Using server nntest.cnc-online.net:30000Bound to local port 50728Bound to local alternate port 50729Resolving hostname 'nntest.cnc-online.net'...Resolved server host to be '22.214.171.124'Sending client INIT from port 50728 to nntest.cnc-online.net:30000Received server INIT Our public address is 126.96.36.199:29940Sending client INIT2  from port 50729 to nntest.cnc-online.net:30000Received server INIT2 Our alternate public address is 188.8.131.52:29935Sending cient START  from port 50729 to nntest.cnc-online.net:30000Received server START Server extra port is 40000Sending client PING  from port 50728 to nntest.cnc-online.net:40000Received server PING(1) Received server PING(2) Received server PING(3) ===========SUCCESS===========Received 3 pings from nntest.cnc-online.net:40000.NAT negotiation works with your router and connection.==> You do not have to use port forwarding.Press any key to continue . . .
Any ideas?! Would love to play the game again!
Edited by DjeeDoubleU0001, 11 January 2019 - 09:32 PM.
Posted 11 January 2019 - 10:47 PM
I've asked my ISP to push new firmware which supports IPv4 in stead of IPv6
Seems to work better with older games and port-forwarding.
Will keep you posted.
Posted 12 January 2019 - 06:41 PM Best Answer
issue solved: ISP (Ziggo) pushed new firmware to my modem to support IPv4 in stead of IPv6
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