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I cant find anyone :icon_sad:
Hello Im also trying to find someone on quake are on right now???
it's ad-hoc mode not infrastructure.
You can play it with people near you not online.
They just released a version with infrastructure mode.
I am tryin to run the game, im being asked for a .WAD file, can i be pointed in the right direction please?
I dont know what those wad files are I just downloaded the mos resent release of quake from the front page and it works just perfect after you put the ID1 folder in the game.
Where can i locate this ID1 folder? I be much apreciated.
the ID1 forlder you get it when you install the original version of the game in your computer, you go to drive C : programfiles/quake/ID1
Im waiting on a server Address: 192.168.1.104 port 26000
try searching for a game , im hosting
Has anyone even got this to work?
no :twisted: :mad:
What do you mean you can't "see" anyone?
Theres no server browser, you have to type in the IP of the server you want to join.
Since therse no way to input text, i don't know how you'd do it.
My guess is there is a space for it in the .cfg file...
Ok, I've solve this problem...
To test it I'm like someone to do the following:
Open up your config file and at the top place this line
Save the file and start quake.Code:bind "TRIANGLE" "connect 184.108.40.206:26000"
Goto Multiplayer and enable infrastructure.
Then goto join a game and examine your IP.
DO NOT TRY TO JOIN
This is where it gets tricky.
You must go into your routers admin settings and enable port forwarding on the range of 26000 to 26000 to the IP that is on your PSP listed as yours.
Then you must go down to the IP input box.
Now press Cross then Triangle.
if everything is done correctly you should join the game I am currently running, and will continue to run for the next 20 minutes.
Post feedback here.
And if this does work, then you just need to edit the IP in my above code to connect to anyone else...
All in all without these modifications, all this added infrastructure play does is make it possible to play quake with anyone in the access points range, instead of depending on the PSPs ranges from each other.
Though this should work, it is a rather messy process, and it is possible I got the connection command wrong.
If anyone would give me there IP (Not there LAN IP, which is the 192.168.1.* address, but there internet ip) and enable port forwarding on 26000 I'll try to connect to you. You can also try the following command if you still wanna try to connect to me:
Dunno if it will work without the port, but mabye the default port is hardcoded and you dont need to specify.Code:bind "TRIANGLE" "connect 220.127.116.11"
This will only be valid untill 3:50 AM EST...
Last edited by Timboman2000; 01-30-2006 at 12:46 AM.
You dont need to forward ports to join a game, only to host.
But yeah, thats a way to get around the problem of no keyboard input.
bind key "connect <ip address>"
By the way, the PSP quake can join a game hosted on a PC, i just tried it.
Ok, thanks for the info, this saves a bit of complication from the process of at least connecting to a game.
You just need to edit the config, enable infrastructure, goto the input box and press triangle, then.
Happy hunting ya'll!
(BTW, I'm gonna close my server so I can try a PC server, so the above IP is no longer valid...)
Last edited by ritterrav; 01-30-2006 at 01:43 AM. Reason: left information in
Thats your local area network IP, not your internet IP.
Hmm, but that is the name of the room on the Quake game. So what do i put?
Last edited by ritterrav; 01-30-2006 at 01:43 AM.
An easier method:
Run a quake proxy on your windows machine (google dproxy) and point that to an active server on the net (there are server lists out there)
run up psp quake in either adhoc (untested) or infrastructre (tested) mode and connect to your local machine, this will then in turn connect to the machine on the net....
May I ask where I can get such a program???
127.0.x.x and 192.168.x.x are not accessable from outside your local network.
how do i bind a button to input an IP ADDRESS ?
lol this is complicated hopefully the next patch will be easier :mrgreen:
the single player kicks a$$ though :razz:
Last edited by midgarstorm; 01-30-2006 at 08:05 PM.
or you can just press the search all servers button. :icon_wink
thats not itOriginally Posted by michael chan
that will only search local servers, (ie LAN/WLAN)Originally Posted by michael chan
To bind, just make an autoexec.cfg and put the binds in there.
tip: add +mlook to autoexec.cfg to have always look on.
someone that can actualy do this should put a thread: WORKING WAY TO RUN QUAKE.
what i need is how to accses infunstructure mode without acces to anything but a cafe wifi and my psp.so using a router or anything wont work...so can anyone help?
Okay try to connect to 18.104.22.168 (port 2600)
so bind a button to connect to 22.214.171.124:2600