Question about Apple Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger for Mac
Trying to play Lexulous formerly known as Scrabulous. Cannot connect to the server. Tells me if I am on a wireless connection, to enable TCP ports 24000-24100. Its still not connecting. Odd however, that yesterday I played the game without any problem connecting. Help please/
Hi Sorry to hear you are having problems,
MacOS 10.4 has a firewall built into it ( Of course all MacOS X versions have firewalls ) that can have ports opened on it. You say it was working fine yesterday, did you change anything ?
Fastest and easiest way to open ALL TCP/IP ports is to turn off your FireWall for the time you are playing then re-activate it when you're done.
This can be done in the sharing pane of the System preferences, choose firewall and turn it OFF.
You could of course open just the ports 24000-24100 in the same preference pane...
But chances are it might be something else if you did not modify your system since yesterday.
Are you on the same network as yesterday? Are you able to play on another network ?
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