Yeah if it is possible it would let you see all the other Dreamcast players out thereStrik3r91 wrote:I would like to know if its possible too.
pcwzrd13 wrote:You need custom software to report the player status to the DC Now server. That being said, it's not possible with other connection methods since there's no device to install the software on.
Sonic1994DC wrote:Could it if it was connected to the Pi?
pcwzrd13 wrote:Sonic1994DC wrote:Could it if it was connected to the Pi?
Theoretically but you need a Pi with Wi-Fi and you'll need to configure it to work as a bridge so that the broadband adapter could connect to the internet through it. In addition you'll need software to examine the packets coming from the broadband adapter to determine the game and if the player is online or not.
In short, it would be quite a bit of work and I really don't think it would be worth it considering how few broadband adapter users there are.
lerabot wrote:Correct me if I'm wrong but Shuouma and DC-Live are hosting most of the game server, so technically they must get "requests" or some sort of packet when someone is connecting. Isn't it possible to make some script that get this data, then turn it into a .JSON or .XML in order to know who connected?
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