Unlike the popular Halo 1 trial released by Microsoft, I’m playing the full game. In fact, I think you ought to find a good tutorial for port forwarding on YouTube. If you can’t figure out port forwarding using nothing but your router model and a quick Google search, which is probably one of the easiest things you could possibly do short of naming your SSID Hell, I managed to do it with a couple of short keywords and I didn’t even have your model number , then hosting a Halo server that people are going to want to play on a dedi is going to be completely beyond you. On top of that, I tried seperating what it looked like from my side of the computer. Here is an example of what my webpage looks like. Hence your error message about invalid characters; A period is an invalid character for a port number. I now know most assuredly I should of edited this post a little more but it’s a little late now.
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Actually, anything other than is an invalid character for a port number. In fact, I think you ought to find a good tutorial for port forwarding on YouTube. I hope someone can assist me soon.
Thanks, Kirk [Edited on Comment Reply Start Topic. The only way to have a fair game of HPC is in a dedi. I’m stumped as to what the problem could possibly be at this point.
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I followed a video guide on this website to port fowarding on this website up to about 9: The page at Unlike the popular Halo 1 trial released by Microsoft, I’m playing the i36 game. I am over the mldem of AGE. I am running Windows Server R2. But before all that, I suggest you learn how to use Google to find these ridiculously easy answers before posting two threads about it and expecting someone to jump up and hold your hand through the process.
Have you port forwarded?
Specify the port fowarding entry based on your specific ports: Halo Specify the port entry based on your specific ports: Just google it and a tutorial.
Most people who play HPC, save for the ones who really shouldn’t be PC gaming at all, prefer dedicated servers over player-created servers. There is no visible error on my server console, no connectivity problem, and other services I am hosting on the same physical server remain connected and unaffected.
So given that, even if your server were to show up in the lobby, you shouldn’t be holding your breath waiting for players, because chances are good that nobody wants to play on it anyway.
Does anyone have any ideas? I have a modem or router. If anyone here is fimiliar with a program called “Teamviewer” it allows remote control access supervised by the owner of the computer to monitor the other person hosting the session. Hence your error message about invalid characters; A period is an invalid character for a port number. I have been able to host in the past without issues and I don’t know why I was and I’m not able to now.
It seems that whenever I host a server no one seems to join or is able to join. So go ahead and follow that guide I linked, which a little research on your end would have yielded you faster that it takes to open a new thread about the same subject, let alone type up a long and drawn-out explanation of your problem including copypasta of the text from your router’s control panel that you hilariously thought wouldn’t look like a big jumble of crap if posted to a forum.
The LAN Port o306 invalid characters, if there a known issue for this? Is there a way anyone can put this guide into easier steps? If you can’t figure out port forwarding using nothing but your router model and a mldem Google search, which is probably one of the easiest things you could possibly do short of naming your SSID Hell, I managed to do it with a couple of short keywords and I didn’t even have your model numberthen hosting a Halo server that people are going to want to play on a dedi is going to be completely beyond you.
I play a game Halo: There is absolutely no reason for you i036 make another thread about the same problem. You should consider first learning how to use your router before learning to use Halo server software. That was significantly more reliable. Dusk, I appreciate the fact that you found it easy to locate my issue.