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Postby Zecknaal » Thu Jan 03, 2008 2:39 am

I'm new to using GIT and I was hoping somebody could help me.

First off, lets explain the original problem. When playing Starcraft online, two players with the same IP address cannot be in the same game ( causes scary amounts of lag). I have been looking for a workaround forever, and I'm hoping GIT will work for me.

What I would like to know is if GIT will alter the source IP from the computer I am playing from to appear as though I am playing from the computer I connect to instead of the one I'm actually playing on (or if I can even connect to through another computer using GIT).

I have a PC available at home to route these connections through, so finding a computer to connect to is not a problem.

Thanks very much!
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Postby karma » Sat Jan 05, 2008 3:31 am

well, GIT is used as practically a LAN extension. i think i understand what you are trying to do - alter your IP so there is no same-ip issue with bnet, such as what might happen if you used a proxy... but git won't, by itself, help you there. for starcraft situation, it's good for making a virtual LAN between you and whomever, outside of bnet, to play in LAN (UDP or IPX) mode.
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