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Hi <_at_> all!
First, sorry for my bad english...
I have read several theads in this forum about the problems of starcraft/ and kwf.
For SC/ the following ports must be open at NAT:
6112-6119 (UDP/TCP); 4000 (UDP/TCP)
Because I have the option "Any" at NAT, i do not have to add it.
The Problem: I can join games, but i have bad lags, so that i can not play Sad. And i can not create games myself.
I tried to MAP ports on the LAN-IP of the game-PC:
i added a default rule with following preferences:
Source: DialIn/Internet-Connection
Destination: LAN-Game-PC-IP-Host (e.g.
service: Ports 6112-6119;4000 (UDP/TCP)
Action: allow (obvoius)
Translation: MAP(

But this rule has not changed anything! Its are just the same lags an i can't create games Sad


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exactly the same problem i have. Even i disable the firewall function will not help. But if you join 2 vs 2 game, it can play without lag. 3 vs 3 game onward will lag.
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