|GProxy tool coded by stefos007 comes with some specific features, one of them is the ability to play sounds.
For example, by default, whenever someone in your friend list joins a channel, you get a sound played, or when you receive a whisper you have a different sound.
If you want to temporarily(until gproxy.exe is closed) disable all sounds, you can type
If you type
!sid 19 off
To enable it back, you must type:
!sid 19 on
For permanently disabling a sound, you should go to your Warcraft III folder and look for the gproxy.cfg file. Open it with notepad and then change the line with the sound you want to enable/disable, for example:
sound_19 = 1
sound_19 = 0
By doing so, you will permanently disable the sound it plays when a friend joins a game. Note: Remember that you can find all sounds IDs by typing !sid in any channelIn the list it appears to you when you type !sid, some of the sounds come with an *(asterisk) in front, these sounds are played automatically when an event happens, for the others, you should whisper the person with
/w nick send-soundFor example: If you want to slap MiZiGe, do as follows:
/w MiZiGe send-slap
/hide (Hide console. You can restore with !console from chat.
/sounds (enable/disable sounds)
/f (send message to all your friends)
/l (lock/unlock username for /re comand)
/re (reply message. No need username)
/mu (mute user)
/md (delete muted users)
/ml (print list of muted users)
/start (start warcraft 3)
!sc (Automatically spoof checks to host)
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Or you can look the commands up here: Gproxy:Commands
You can look up all the sounds here: Gproxy:SoundId's
|Hosting Under Firewall Windows XP|
|First you must have Warcaft with PVPGN patch installed.
Block All Incoming Connections should NOT be ticked, or else you can't host.
3. You must have Windows Firewall set to ON.
4. Then press Add Port and select:
You also have to add euroloadder.exe and war3.exe to the program exception list.
Now, you're ready to host games on Eurobattle.net! Good luck!
|Hosting under Firewall on Windows 7 Tutorial|
|Here are a few steps so you can host under Firewall on Windows 7
|Hosting under Firewall on Windows 8 Tutorial|
|Here are a few steps so you can host under Firewall on Windows 8
2.Just start typing Windows Firewall
3.Click on settings in the search bar
4.Click the windows firewall icon in the left pane
|Portforwarding Router Tutorial|
| Solution 1:
Hello and welcome to our port forwarding guide.
Protocol: Any Port Range: 6112 Translate To: 6112
Or if you don't have "Any" as a protocol type.
Protocol: TCP Port: 6112 Translate To: 6112 Protocol: UDP Port: 6112 Translate To: 6112
|Static Internal IP Router Tutorial|
|A -VERY- important part of setting up a Static IP address on your computer is CHOOSING an appropriate number to assign to the computer as its permanent, “static” IP address.
There’s more to it than just picking any old number at random, and the number your computer has been using up until now may NOT be an appropriate choice.
This is because some routers may have trouble forwarding ports to IP addresses which conflict with their DHCP server address range. That is, if the IP address on the computer is the same as one which the DHCP server might assign, the Port Forwarding may FAIL.
So the FIRST step in setting up a Static IP address is to find out what range the DHCP server is set up for, and choosing a number that will NOT conflict with that range.
Log into your router and look for a page that tells what the DHCP Server configuration is. This is usually found under “Advanced Configuration” and then “LAN” (or similar wording).
Once you’ve found the DHCP Server page there should be one of two different ways of displaying the RANGE of addresses in the server.
Thus for example if you see:
Starting Address 192.168.0.100 Ending Address 192.168.0.150
The “Range” of the DHCP server is FROM 192.168.0.100 TO 192.168.0.150
Thus for example if you see:
Starting Address : 192.168.0.10 Number of Clients: 50
The “Range” of the DHCP server is FROM 192.168.0.10 TO 192.168.0.60 (50 addresses, starting at 10)
You must choose a number from 2 through 254 which does NOT fall within the DHCP server range, and which does NOT duplicate the address already being used by the router (the IP address you type to log into the router)..
And in the second example you could safely choose 192.168.0.61, because these numbers are OUTSIDE of the DHCP Server range.
NOTE- This is important!
The "Range" of the DHCP server is INCLUSIVE.
That means when we say (just for example, your router will probably be different) :
Start address 192.168.0.100 End address 192.168.0.150
It means you CAN'T USE .100 OR .150 OR ANY of the numbers between them.
BUT- there IS one situation which will require you to make a change to the ROUTER setup BEFORE you can go on.
Starting Address 192.168.0.2 Ending Address 192.168.0.254 <-- This leaves NO addresses free for YOU to use.
Starting Address 192.168.0.2 Ending Address 192.168.0.200 <-- This leaves 54 addresses free for YOU to choose.
Click the “Apply” or “OK” button, then if necessary, REBOOT the router to make the change take effect.
NOTE: VERY IMPORTANT!! We are picking the LAST set of digits in the IP address ONLY..!
The FIRST THREE sets of digits MUST be the SAME as the ones the router and the DHCP server uses.
Thus, if YOUR router uses 192.168.2.1, then you MUST pick a Static IP address that begins with 192.168.2
If YOUR router uses 10.0.0.1, then you MUST pick a Static IP address that begins with 10.0.0
Again- we’re ONLY changing the LAST set of digits.
Now that you’ve decided on a compatible Static IP address to use for your computer, follow this link for a guide to setting up the IP address on your computer-
However- SKIP the first few steps that tell you to look in IPCONFIG for the IP address, and just use the compatible IP address you've chosen with this guide.
Skip ahead to the step (#5 in the Windows XP guide) that tells you to open the Control Panel and follow the instructions from there.
Once you've finished this procedure, the address you decided on, and configured in Windows TCP/IP Network Properties will be your "Static IP Address".
Whenever anything asks for your computer's Static IP Address, this number is what it's asking for.
NOTE- If your Internet connection stops working when you change Windows to a Static IP address, the reason usually is that you need to find out what your "DNS Server" addresses are.
If you have this problem, read THIS guide for help on that:
|Static Internal IP Windows Tutorial|
|This will guide you to how to set up a static internal IP!
Before you start you need to grab some useful information for later use:
A small window will pop up. Type cmd on it and press enter. A black window will show, then type ipconfig /all and type enter. You may get various data. You must define which one is your real internet connection. On the image below you will see an example:
Step 2. Double click your connection on the system tray then click on Properties.
Now you're done setting up a static internal IP! You can now forward your ports to it and be free of problems.
|Unable to join LAN game|
Unable to join LAN game
So your friend or brother is hosting a game and you can’t join; what to do now? There is a really cool feature in Ghost++, introduced in version 9.x which allows people on same network to play together without any problem. This feature is called the “Admin Game” and was initially designed to do a completely different job. Fortunately for us, Admin Game also solves the joining LAN games problem.
ADMIN GAME CONFIGURATION #
whether to create the admin game or not (see readme.txt for more information)
admingame_create = 1
the port GHost++ will host the admin game on (this must be different from your bot_hostport)
admingame_port = 6114
the admin game password
Note: You need to set admingame_port in ghost.cfg to the port you want to host the admin game on. It *must* be different from your bnet_hostport *and* from your Warcraft 3 port.
bot_hostport = 6000 admingame_port = 6114
Enter Warcraft, Options > Game Play > Port should be different (default is 6112)
Unable to join own or LAN game (ADSL users)
Hi guys, after few weeks of trying to solve problem of joining your own game, or game created by other machine in Local Area Network (LAN), I finally managed to get it to work.
PLEASE NOTE: This solution maybe not work for you! These settings are usually for ADSL users!
The solution for this problem is in general: