As far as i remembered these steps are what my sister told me to do if i ncouter a
"realm down" experience while playing the game.
~Basically this will reset your ban IP address to a new IP address. :)~ (also work on other online-games if you get realm down etc,.)
Here it gos:
Go to "start menu" and find/click "run".
in the "run" box type: "command" or "cmd".
in the command window type: "ipconfig/release" then close/exit.
Go to "start menu" and find/click "Connect to" and click on "show all connection".
find "local area connection" right-click and click "properties".
then in "General page" scroll down and find "Internal Protocol (tcp/ip)" double click on it.
click "use the following IP address".
on the "IP address" type any number you like example:[12,12,12,12] then press "OK" (it should show an "error message" but keep pressing "ok" until there's no more error message pop)
Go back and double-click "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" on the "Local area
then click "Obtain an IP address automatically" press "OK" then ok/exit.
Repeat "step 1" but this time in the command window type: "ipconfig/renew" then
"YOU ARE NOW ABLE TO PLAY DIABLO2LOD AGAIN!!!! :D"
are you talkin bout if there's 2 computers in one household sharing signal on 1 modem or a wireless enternet connection?
well as of my knowledge the main computer which connected to the modem/router should be the one performing this activity rather than the second computer in your house that gets its wireless signal from the modem/router......lol i might be wrong but i'm pretty sure you'll get an idea of that
[quote name='nelos']are you talkin bout if there's 2 computers in one household sharing signal on 1 modem or a wireless enternet connection?That's the situation in my house, always has been, we don't want to pay twice for internet, lol.
[quote name='nelos']well as of my knowledge the main computer which connected to the modem/router should be the one performing this activityAnd you do realize that it's often impossible? Which means your method doesn't work for many situations.
[quote name='nelos']and i've done performed this activity in my own computer several times and i have no problem or what so ever error i have encounter with this activity.You performed this activity on ONE computer. Therefore, you can only guarantee the safety of such an activity on your computer, or a similarly configured.
I am just saying be careful with telling people to do this if no one is sure what would this cause. Perhaps someone on this forum is good with internet stuff?