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NetHosting

Page history last edited by dhmholley 8 years, 6 months ago

So you want to host an Artemis game, but some of your crew aren't in the same room. No problem, Artemis is enabled for net play. Just do this:

 

  1. Set up port-forwarding on your router. The details vary from router to router, but the basic principle is to find the option for port forwarding and then set it so that incoming connections on TCP Port 2010 get forwarded to the internal IP address (something like 192.168.X.X) of the computer that you're using as your server.
  2. Determine your external IP. Assuming you have a router, determine the world-visible IP of the router that your server is plugged into. Go to: http://www.whatismyip.com/. It's that easy. Tell that address to everyone who is trying to connect over the net.
  3. Start the server. Now tell everyone to connect.
  4. Play Artemis.

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