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Diablo clone... again.

Discussion in 'Diablo 2 Community Forum' started by spigot, Nov 18, 2006.

  1. spigot

    spigot Diabloii.Net Member

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    Diablo clone... again.

    Right, I'm sorry but, there are still a couple things to do with dclone that confuse me. Havinf already slaughtered him in ~10 seconds with my uber paladin, I know he is not hard to run, however, this IP address stuff is still giving me trouble. I had the 1250 SOJ sold notice in a game this evening, and promptly alt-tabbed and went to dos to type netstat. I get a whole list of IP addresses, one of which ends with a 4000... what does that mean?!?!?! I just went to cmd half an hour later and got an address ending 4000. Does this mean, every 150 games or so I should expect to see dclone? Can someone please explain this as if to an idiot, because this is obviously what I am. Also, when I have tried to join this mythical IRC channel that lists servers that are "hot"!!! It refuses to. Do I have the wrong port number? I am using the default of 6667. I know there are hundreds of dclone guides out there, but they all seem to say: "wait for soj message, open cmd blahblahblah, you have an anni." What happened there?!?!?!?!
     
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    Dredd D3 Off Topic Moderator

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    If that address reads, for example, 151.222.56.4000, the server number you're on is 56. Pay attention to the the number just before .4000.

    mIRC configuration I can't help you with as I haven't fooled with it for a good two years. If you're looking for a good working farming channel, send a PM to Tanith and she'll get you hooked up.



     

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