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Black Ops 2 not connecting to online matches. Server problem or Modem issue?


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#1 vaseyj

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Posted 22 July 2013 - 11:31 PM

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PS3 slim

Black Ops2

AT&T U Verse internet

Ethernet Connection

 

 

Okay, so I've been trying to come up with a solution to my problem connecting to multiplayer in BlackOps2.  Whenever I try, it will say "analyzing 0 of 40 matches." I'm using a new AT&T u verse modem/router.  I know that AT&T u verse doesn't support the use of UPnP. but there has to be a way around this! I've tried User Defining applications and port forwarding the "correct ports" to my Ps3's static IP address, but nothing seems to work. Everything else works fine on my PS3 including netflix, other online games, and internet.  

 

after entering ports, I was able to connect with other players in the matchmaking screen, but they always end up leaving me; I can never connect to a match. 

 

Should I give up and Call AT&T for a new piece of equipment and have to wait another month for it to arrive? or is there something that I can manually do to fix this?

 

I am out of ideas. Please HELP!



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Posted 23 July 2013 - 12:33 AM

It's probably blocking the port, I know for my file sharing app it requires port 80 and recently AT&T *censored*verse blocked that port.

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#3 vaseyj

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Posted 23 July 2013 - 12:45 AM

Nice.. "AT&T *censored* verse" 

 

I wish they would've told me this before I signed up. I told them I'd be using it for gaming, and browsing, multi-device. I even mentioned Black Ops.. They said it would all work swimmingly. bunch of bull if you ask me. 



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Posted 23 July 2013 - 01:17 AM

Well, see, chap, the guys hey put at the phone are paid to say "yes" and "sure thing" they know jack crap about the actual system, it's the evil tech nerds at central who are always messing with stuff and blocking and unblocking stuff at willy nilly.

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