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    • CommentAuthory3ll
    • CommentTimeMay 10th 2012
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    help im new to this site but um im hosting an game online an i have static ip an i cant keep port 43594 open how do i get a dynamic ip?

    i have at&t so they wont give me a dyanmic ip what do i do am im out of luck?
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    This is pretty much irrelevant to this forum.

    But you almost certainly mean that you have a dynamic IP and AT&T won't give you a static IP. Which is handy, but has nothing at all to do with opening a port.

    Use a DDNS hosting service to associate your dynamic IP with a domain name, if that is what you need. Otherwise, make sure you find out what your current IP is before hosting the game and tell the players. The IP addresses do not change very often at all.
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    • CommentAuthorraczox
    • CommentTimeMay 10th 2012
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    hola que tal apenas estoy usando OPEN DNS y bloqueee unas paginas todo me salio bien pero mi problema es que mi ip se cambia a cada rato y instale OpenDns Updater V2.2 meti mis datos y el problema esque no me actualiza la ip tengo que meterme a los ajustes de open Dns y actualizarla yo mismo, como puedo hacer para que Open Dns Actialize mi IP

    Gracias
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    You don't have the "Use DNSOMatic" box checked, do you?
    • CommentAuthorraczox
    • CommentTimeMay 11th 2012
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    si tengo la casilla de send Dns -o- Matic updater marcada, la tengo que tener desmarcada ???
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    Yes, this box should not be checked in the updater.

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