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archdevll

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Hi,

I'm using the oldest version of counter-strike, the one which you can still use impulse 101,102 etc..(P.S. this is just to let you know the version of it.. i don't use it..)

I'm installing it on 3 of my pc all win2k professional, both the pc is connected to 1 center pc that has 2 NIC.

Initially, both side pc cant ping each other in command prompt. After I install kerio winroute, its ping-able.

But now, I can't play cs yet.....
Lets say the center pc host a game, one of the side pc will be able to enter the game but the other side can't.

How can I make the center pc route properly like a router...?


thanks in advance


P.S hopefully this is not tooo confusing..
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winkelman

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If the 'center' PC is hosting the game, you do not need a router. The other PC's are directly connected to it, so there is nothing to route.

Just configuring your LAN right will solve your problem...
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