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    Default Can the following games be played with this internet? (Port forwarding related)

    As I am thinking about switching to this ISP, because this is the only good one available in Dhaka Cantonment. This games are not playable with my current internet, which is BTCL, due to several UDP/TCP port issues. Can the following games be played on SMILE/BDCom?

    1) Battlefield 4/Hardline

    2) DOTA 2

    3) Planetside 2

    4) Team Fortress 2

    5) Elite: Dangerous

    Are the UDP ports 1-32000 and TCP 1 - 30000 open on this connection?

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    You can play battlefield fine, but interestingly for some unknown reason, you wouldn't be able to download battlefield through origin. All TCP/UDP ports are open if you take at least the 900tk package, which have to use PPPoE username and password to connect. And from your list of games, I can personally confirm DOTA 2 and Battlefield 4 is playable.

    But mind that Smile has shaky web browsing speed, and lots and lots of micro disconnection issue from their gateway side.

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