I just learned that it won't connect if running through an Ethernet splitter... I have a 4 port powerline adapter which is filled up, so I got some Ethernet splitters to be able to add a couple more online devices, the weird thing is that I can connect to the internet just fine with the web browser and PSO, but quake III and Toy Racer do not connect when going through the splitter to the powerline adapter. I removed the splitter and have a connection for Toy Racer and Quake again.
This is the problem it seems. PSO and Browser work fine for me, but Quake 3 and Toy Racer dont work. I disconnected my router from my internet connection and plugged the DC directly in and I finally got past the dialog.
New problem is, I can see "Toy Server," but when I click to connect to it it sits at "connecting" and eventually gives up. I think this is more to do with my weird internet in this apartment. I'm not sure if much can be done about it, as it has that dorm room kind of setup where a CAT5 cable is just coming out of the wall.....
Quake 3 still doesn't find any servers sadly.