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    fear Guest

    Default How to open ports?

    Hi

    What I am wondering is, how do I open a port for a game such as Team Fortress 2 in ZA Free Edition so I can use my microphone in-game. I have looked on google, but I only found one, and it showed a "option" key, on the Program contol section, which for some reason I do not have. Is it just Pro Edtion which can open Ports, or is my ZA, bugged?

    Thanks In Advance
    Fear

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    razzel Guest

    Default Re: How to open ports?

    You cannot open ports in the free version.

    Do you really need to open a port to get your mic working?

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    Default Re: How to open ports?


    <blockquote><hr>Fear wrote:
    Hi

    What I am wondering is, how do I open a port for a game such as Team Fortress 2 in ZA Free Edition so I can use my microphone in-game. I have looked on google, but I only found one, and it showed a "option" key, on the Program contol section, which for some reason I do not have. Is it just Pro Edtion which can open Ports, or is my ZA, bugged?

    Thanks In Advance
    Fear
    <hr></blockquote>


    Ports are opened up in the ZA Free by opening the Program Control panel to the Programs tab. Next to the software needing the opened ports, just green check under both of the Trusted and Internet listed under Server.

    If the game you are decribing is not an internet game or online game, then this game does not need ant internet connection.

    Cheers, Oldsod
    Best regards.
    oldsod

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    fear Guest

    Default Re: How to open ports?

    Well, I've had a few people say you need to open ports in your firewall to make it work. And yes it is an online game.
    If I dont need to open a port, I'm just as stuck anyway.

    Thanks for help

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    Default Re: How to open ports?

    See http://forum.zonelabs.org/zonelabs/b...ssage.id=47103.

    Dont forget to open ports in your router or NAT enabled modem.

    Cheers, Oldsod
    Best regards.
    oldsod

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