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    Heya fellas...

    I'm wondering, are there any of you who use ProshikaNet? I'd like to see if gaming between ProshikaNet users is possible even if the area is not the same...

    Also, I'm considering switching to Smile... I live in Gulshan... And some of my friends in live in Dhanmondi. If they get SMile, too, will I be connected with them? I called the ISPs, and ProshikaNet was entirely incompetent and didn't even get what I meant and kept giving contradictory answers, most of which made no sense singularly, either...

    Smile was more helpful, though... The guy said users connect to their server through a user name, where they are automatically assigned a random free IP... I asked him, whether two people from different areas would be connected. He said no...
    But, from what I get, if the users get the random IP from their _server_, shouldn't the IPs be connected? They're connected to a single gateway... I don't know...

    Could somebody please clear this up for me?

    a) LAN gaming possible for ProshikaNet users from different areas?
    b) LAN gaming possible for Smile users from different areas?


    Edit: Diablo III's coming out... It'd be freaking cool to play that on multiplayer...

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    Default Re: ISPs and LAN gaming

    I dont think you'll be playing thorugh LAN in smile. Smile has a dedicated server for CS, and any one can join that. Also, the probable reason why Smile users of different areas cant play through LAN is because they have different servers for each area. I myself saw it, they used to have 2 servers for dhanmondi users.

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    as of the current situation, for 95% cases, you do not need to be on the same ISP/area to play multiplayer games. if your ISP provides you with constant bandwidth internet, you should get <60ms ping for the whole country and it is enough for gaming.
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    Default Re: ISPs and LAN gaming

    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    as of the current situation, for 95% cases, you do not need to be on the same ISP/area to play multiplayer games. if your ISP provides you with constant bandwidth internet, you should get <60ms ping for the whole country and it is enough for gaming.
    That is unreliable info, you dumbass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DtM`Pyro- View Post
    That is unreliable info, you dumbass!
    I wouldn't say it like that... but, yes. It kinda is... I'd like an opinion of someone who's tested and tried and seen for him or herself what happens, if it possibles and what not. In bangladesh, i've generally found that generallity doesn't work.

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    also, i highly i doubt i fall into that 95% category.

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    well i see many members of BG into online gaming (CS mostly..) look around in the forums and you'll know. check out CS online under CS section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    as of the current situation, for 95% cases, you do not need to be on the same ISP/area to play multiplayer games. if your ISP provides you with constant bandwidth internet, you should get <60ms ping for the whole country and it is enough for gaming.
    Quote Originally Posted by DtM`Pyro- View Post
    That is unreliable info, you dumbass!
    how?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aemulus View Post
    I wouldn't say it like that... but, yes. It kinda is... I'd like an opinion of someone who's tested and tried and seen for him or herself what happens, if it possibles and what not. In bangladesh, i've generally found that generallity doesn't work.
    a lot of people are playing...ask your brother. we were playing UT2k4 just a while ago.

    Quote Originally Posted by salman View Post
    well i see many members of BG into online gaming (CS mostly..) look around in the forums and you'll know. check out CS online under CS section.
    yes, and there's DotA/WC3 in Garena and now UT too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aemulus View Post
    I wouldn't say it like that... but, yes. It kinda is... I'd like an opinion of someone who's tested and tried and seen for him or herself what happens, if it possibles and what not. In bangladesh, i've generally found that generallity doesn't work.
    What can I say, we have a love-hate relationship!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DtM`Pyro- View Post
    What can I say, we have a love-hate relationship!
    zzzzzzz...generally, it does work (unless you got a low bandwidth and unstable internet connection). try loggin in Garena around 11 pm...there'll be players from even Khulna/Ctg...usually, highest ping is ~50ms and normal ping is ~20ms.

    most of the BD people get ~90ms ping for Malay peoples..again..lag free gaming if you have a stable net connection.

    and as I (and Salman) have said earlier a lot of people from diff ISPs are playing in that CS server and we (I, LH, xCross) played in the new UT2k4 server.
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    Doesn't ANYBODY use Proshika in this forum?

    Also, this Garena thing... It doesn't _connect_ two people on a LAN, does it? It connects to a server already created... I can't create a game server of my own their.
    I want to be able to buy a game that allows multiplayer gaming, and instantly try it out with a friend. Through a LAN of some sort.

    It'd be great if somebody using the ProshikaNet as their ISP contacts me... I'd really like to try it out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aemulus View Post
    Doesn't ANYBODY use Proshika in this forum?

    Also, this Garena thing... It doesn't _connect_ two people on a LAN, does it? It connects to a server already created... I can't create a game server of my own their.
    not exactly true but Garena only support the listed games.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aemulus View Post
    I want to be able to buy a game that allows multiplayer gaming, and instantly try it out with a friend. Through a LAN of some sort.

    It'd be great if somebody using the ProshikaNet as their ISP contacts me... I'd really like to try it out...
    try hamachi.
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    How do you propose that I use Hamachi to get somebody to IM me- somebody who uses ProshikaNet?

    And how is the fact about Garena supporting only the 'listed games' help me create a server of my own? Or even complement, or follow up on my assumption/speculation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aemulus View Post
    How do you propose that I use Hamachi to get somebody to IM me- somebody who uses ProshikaNet?

    And how is the fact about Garena supporting only the 'listed games' help me create a server of my own? Or even complement, or follow up on my assumption/speculation?
    use netscan software.
    u can see the PCs connected 2 the network, though i couldnt copy their shared things it was so slow !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aemulus View Post
    How do you propose that I use Hamachi to get somebody to IM me- somebody who uses ProshikaNet?

    And how is the fact about Garena supporting only the 'listed games' help me create a server of my own? Or even complement, or follow up on my assumption/speculation?
    zzzz....just create a room of your own in Hamachi. let other people (doesn't matter whatever net they are using) know the room name. they join that room. you have your VPN created automatically. just launch game and play. and btw, u can chat in Hamachi too.

    PS: unless you guys are behind serious firewalls/port blocking/improperly configured NAT etc etc...Hamachi works like a charm.
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    You're not really helping, _at all_.

    I'm _looking_ for someone with a ProshikaNet connection. I know about Hamachi. I have tried Hamachi several years ago, and have tried it on and off till today. I have a network of my own at Hamachi, and i would love to let 'other' people know the room name, if these 'other' people are ProshikaNet users. Which has kinda been the point from the beginning of this thread. To know if there are any ProshikaNet users in here.

    God knows why Hamachi works like a charm for you, but it doesn't for some of us. You've previously mentioned that 95% of the people get 60ms ping for the whole country. And i've followed by saying that I am NOT one of those 95%.

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    Default Re: ISPs and LAN gaming

    haven't heard ne1 else using proshikanet connection. maybe you should try open a thread- 'any proshikanet user?'

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    i used 2 have a proshikanet dial up connection. and it used 2 have very high pings in GA.
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    Default Re: ISPs and LAN gaming

    Smile is the best I have seen, so far, for gaming, etc. I got two game servers with their connection. counter strike source and UT2004.

    Any ISP users can join n play. but smile users will get best performance ,etc.

    let me know if you have any questions.



    *Edit* - sorry I didn't realize you were looking for Proshikanet Users. ;/ very few of you out there.


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    No, hey, that's great.

    I went to visit Smile website. and I saw that they have separate 'zones'. Zone 1, 2, 3 and so on.

    Do you know if someone from Zone 1 can play with someone from Zone 2?

    What I _exactly_ want is this--
    Me and a friend will have a connection, which will be in a LAN. Which means we can probably do file sharing, fast file transfer through msn, and smot importantly LAN gaming. My friend lives in Dhanmondi, and I live in Gulshan.

    So, @ darkcrunk: Will we be in a LAN living in these areas?

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