What are you using your router for? If the GC and PC are on the same net
there should be no requirement to route ports. Also, you should set the
-i switch to the IP of the card which the GC is connected to. Eg:
PC -------------------------Switch or cross cable----GC
Psoload -i 192.168.1.1 DNS:192.168.1.1
So PSO asks its 'dns server' 192.168.1.10: which is
PC replies I (192.168.1.1) am
Then GC contacts 192.168.1.1 to request its 'update'(dolfile) from the
'sega server' (your pc)
At least, that is the way it should work.
Keep in mind that the GC network adaptor is only 10 Mbit which sometimes
causes trouble. For me, I had to hook up a 10Mbit hub between my GC & my
100MBit switch to make it work relyably. A cross cable to my laptop
worked as well.
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: gc-linux-devel-admin@...
> [mailto:gc-linux-devel-admin@...] Namens
> Shaun Jackman
> Verzonden: Saturday, April 09, 2005 9:41 PM
> Aan: GameCube Linux
> Onderwerp: [Gc-linux-devel] Using PSOload
> I'm using PSOload for the first time. I'm running PSO3 (C.A.R.D.
> Revolution) on my GameCube. I ran psoload with -i set to my
> external IP address, set the GameCube's DNS server to my
> internal IP address, and fired up PSO's web browser. It was
> awesome to see that worked right away! I browsed my MythTV
> listings guide using my GameCube. Pretty cool!
> I'm trying to run a DOL file now. I have an SMC router and I
> forwarded TCP ports 9000-9003, 9100, 9200, and 9201 to my
> internal IP. Which ports are necessary, by the way? On the
> GameCube, I created a new account, entered the serial#
> 11-1111-1111, access key 1111-1111-1111, and password sdload.
> PSO says "Connecting to the DNS server." and psoload2 says
> "Query from: 192.168.1.202". The process stalls there though.
> I used ethereal, a network sniffer, to see that the GameCube
> asked the psoload2 DNS server for the address of
> gc01.st-pso.games.sega.net, and psoload2 replied with my
> external IP address. The GameCube then sends an ARP request
> for my router, the gateway, but I don't see any GameCube
> traffic after that. Any suggestions?
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