Please Help.

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Game Modding' started by CrazyBeast, Jan 31, 2009 with 23 replies and 661 views.

  1. CrazyBeast

    CrazyBeast Newbie

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    I have my friend's IP on trusted but for some reason when I switch the Trusted Zone Security on high he still can't here me. Is there another place other than Zone Alarm that I put his IP on trusted. Or is there something I change?

     
  2. Nubble

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    You never put trusted zone security on high...
     
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    CrazyBeast

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    well isn't that how I know if I can do it or not. Depending if they can here me or not?
    Like il even block IPs and they will still stay in the game and crap.
     
  4. Nubble

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    No, you use the internet zone security... Look at the tutorials my friend...
     
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    CrazyBeast

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    Even if people aren't on my trusted and I turn it on high (zone security) people can still hear me even if there not on my trusted.
     
  6. Nubble

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    What type of bridge do you have?
     
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    CrazyBeast

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    I am using the ethernet cable that goes from my computer's local port to my 360. I am using Zone Alarm as my Firewall.
     
  8. Nubble

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    You need a crossover cable... Try to remake the bridge though...
     
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    CrazyBeast

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    yeah I just did. But when I turn the Internet Zone on high am I not supposed to hear anyone except the people on my trusted?
     
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    CrazyBeast

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    Also isn't a crossover cable the same thing that comes with your 360? (Ethernet cord/cable)
     
  12. Nubble

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    No, they are different
     
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    CrazyBeast

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    can I find like at a radio shack and how much do they cost?
     
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    CrazyBeast

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  16. Nubble

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    It just is, I don't know what exactly is different about it...

    And yes that works
     
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    CrazyBeast

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    So if I just change the Ethernet cable that I am using right now and use a crossover cable it should work? Also how can I tell if its a crossover cable?
     
  18. Nubble

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    Cuz the box will say so lol
     
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    CrazyBeast

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    Alright man thanks for helping me :smile:. Il go get one and post on here and tell you how it turned out. :smile:
     
  20. h3ypp7

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    Crossover cables are obsolete.
    Any computer that runs XP/Vista will have a switching card, that if you use it for a bridge it will know over which cable to send the data...

    Crossover cables were needed back in the 90's