tripletopper wrote:Well I tried Static NAT like the Forontier/Netgear 7550/DMZ sites say and I still get kicked off gameplay within thirty seconds.
I know my Dreampi works with the internet because I can get my website 56ok.org , albeit not formatted in a way my OS10.14 Mac would.
Speaking of 56ok.org, I always have security at 0, which you can afford to do with a house with no Windows., I tried DMZing WITH the same zero security, I tried Static NATting the xxx.xxx.xxx.98’s corresponding MAC address WITH the same zero security settings. If I had a Windows PC, it would die from exposure. I don’t know how much more insecure I can make the Dreamcast or the network in general.
I need some help. If I can’t game on Dreamcast, then I traded an extra Xbox 360 HD DVD Player, Remote, instruciotns, Box, bot disc, and King Kong HD DVD, plus one thrift store special game, and a game I traded for earlier on the same service, whihc scost me $8 to replace, for an expensive dialup equipment for my dreamcast that lets me access websites on my Dreamcast at dial-up speeds. 100% of the value of the DreamPi was in playing Dreamcast games online.
Is there a certain minimum speed your DSL modem needs to be at. We are very far away from the central office and the best we can do is 1.5 Mb/s in, 400 kb/s out, hence why I established the website 56ok.org. And the excuse that other internet equipment took over and hogged it is not in play because I’m the only one home when I tested it.
Am I going to have to give Alien Front Online in 2018 a rating of "56KO"? the bad rating on my website? Or is thee another reason, a correctable reason why this doesn’t work. And that was too bad, I would say the Dreamcast network and games were 56ok back in the days when we ONLY had dial up, but unfortunately got to say gets a 56KO when we can go faster?1? That’s why there are Amish side roads and underpasses in a busy road in Amish country on a 2 lane 55 MPH state route near Dover Ohio: Amish Buggies and SUVs are not meant to share the same road.
Xiden wrote:When you connect with AFO what speed does it say the modem connect at? You should always be getting 36.6k Connection when you dial into AFO. If not, you need to find a better power supply for your raspberry pi. Or you could have a faulty Line Voltage Inducer. The game can only go as fast as the Modem goes, and of course how well your ISP even works. I can say we have tons of players who play AFO without issue all the time.
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