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Old 8th August 2004, 10:49   #11
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it was fun, lots of network troubles but they were solved somewhere on saturday noon.
downloaded a lot, played a lot.

I'm now very tired, bt it was worth it.
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it was fun, lots of network troubles but they were solved somewhere on saturday noon.
downloaded a lot, played a lot.

I'm now very tired, bt it was worth it.
for me, it's total crap
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Old 8th August 2004, 12:41   #13
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pretty fun games we had, Quake 1, Painkiller, Doom 3 in MP (sux)and best of all: Serious Sam Co-Op very fun!
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they are using same network gear as datanuke
No they don't
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Old 8th August 2004, 19:02   #15
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men xcuses, the network was VERY sucky, unable to ping gamers on other tables; let alone share/play games
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men xcuses, the network was VERY sucky, unable to ping gamers on other tables; let alone share/play games
So I read (on other fora)

Too bad.
Don't really understand why rent-a-lan doesn't send crew with their network... I guess problems would have been solved much faster then.
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using only a 100mbit link between network switches is what killed it all I think.. and the fact that there was ALOT of broadcast on the network.

40-60kb/s constantly
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best of all: Serious Sam Co-Op very fun!
Last friends lan we played the co-op for more than 3 hours ... altough my fingers were completely numb the game was getting better and better

Had to stop because of fatigue
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on Serious/Nightmare difficulty level and 7-8 players this game is very fun, especially when you start attacking in formations with the minigun, every monster dies in less then 5 seconds
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on Serious/Nightmare difficulty level and 7-8 players this game is very fun, especially when you start attacking in formations with the minigun, every monster dies in less then 5 seconds
They are to tough for that
But we created some nice lasershows with the Tie-fighter cannon

The funny thing was, sundaymorning I went to inspect the switches myself and I notices only one of the gigabit upload ports were used. 24 ppl on 1 gigibit upload is to much.
And I think there were some virusses broadcasting all over the place, making to much traffic.
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