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Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby GAMENDUSER » 05 Nov 2014, 00:40

Whilst I am able to join game, I am not allowed to host games because of port 2100.

I tried from some free wifi sites and it works perfectly, but when if I use the ISP from home it says:

No UPnP device was found. You must manually configure your router & firewall to open port 2100 before you can host a game.

I tried even through my mobile ISP using hotspot tethered on my android but still the same problem.

Unfortunately I cannot change settings as I do not own the ISP at home, I am just a guest through an ISP of someone else.

So, am trying to use the ISP of my neighbour , though he is asking:

The 2100 port used by Warzone is TCP, UDP, or both? :?: :?:

Thanks for any help :!: :!: :!:
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby vexed » 05 Nov 2014, 04:11

TCP.

Which mobile ISP you have, and what device is it exactly ? I am assuming USB or something ?
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby GAMENDUSER » 06 Nov 2014, 20:30

Thanks for replying Vexed!

I am using an Android phone connecting with the computer through wifi (no USB, no bluetooth). The ISP works perfectly for email, web browsing, youtube, Skype, whatsapp and so on, although it doesn't work for warzone :-(
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby vexed » 07 Nov 2014, 05:22

Hmm, so, your phone is acting like a hotspot, since you don't have a wireless router ?
It should be possible to port forward port 2100, though, you don't mention the specific program you are using to do this.
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby GAMENDUSER » 10 Nov 2014, 21:19

Thanks again Vexed!

Yes, I am using the Android phone as a hotspot.

From my understanding, there is no specific program to mention, it is embedded in the android, I have not downloaded any specific program for this.

Am using Android 4.0.4, then in Settings -> Tethering & portable hotspot -> Portable Wi-Fi hotspot

Just it! - The connection between phone and computer works fine as I can surf with browser, use my email program, I can even use ftp clients… but do not work with WZ :-(
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby vexed » 11 Nov 2014, 04:19

While I can't try this... https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... .net&hl=en might be able to help.

Says no root is required...
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby GAMENDUSER » 11 Nov 2014, 20:34

Thanks again… just wondering, this is a Port Forwarder app… so, how should I handle its settings?

I mean, I can put port 2100 as incoming port, although which port should I state as port target device??

Maybe you mean "no root is required", so I can leave blank the port target device…? :roll:
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby GAMENDUSER » 11 Nov 2014, 21:44

Tried… it does not work… still the same message:

No UPnP device was found. You must manually configure your router & firewall to open port 2100 before you can host a game.
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby vexed » 12 Nov 2014, 04:05

Well, if you can forward port 2100 to your computer... it should work.
While UPnP may say it failed (since the android don't support UPnP it seems), it still could work once that port is forwarded.
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby GAMENDUSER » 13 Nov 2014, 02:08

Thanks Vexed…

I do not know if the problem is the port or the UPnP or both… that is the error message I get when I use my landline ISP or the ISP through Android or the ISP through Android using the port forwarder… exactly the same message.
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby stiv » 13 Nov 2014, 04:56

The port is the problem.
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby GAMENDUSER » 15 Nov 2014, 00:36

stiv wrote:The port is the problem.


Thanks Stiv, it means the problem is not UPnP… and any further help?
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby dedodgingese » 26 Apr 2017, 07:23

im receiving the same error and seeking help! what can i do to help?
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby himanshu » 05 Aug 2017, 18:45

GAMENDUSER wrote:Thanks again… just wondering, this is a Port Forwarder app… so, how should I handle its settings?

I mean, I can put port 2100 as incoming port, although which port should I state as port target device??

Maybe you mean "no root is required", so I can leave blank the port target device…? :roll:





it showing not able to connect with lobby server that my problam
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Re: Hosting game PORT 2100

Postby Pennywell » 20 Aug 2017, 17:59

Same problem, did either of you above figure out how to fix?
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