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Opening ports when NOT on a router?

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer' started by russellclow, 24 October 2005.

  1. russellclow

    russellclow Conference

    23 September 2004
    Is it possible?

    I have PES5, want to get in on the net. did all the network adapter stuff, tested it and everything works fine, he diagnostic test said no problems. When I go to playing PES5 online, it gets stuck on the "verifying "DNAS"" bit, and then says A DNAS Error (-402). Im guessing this is due to the ports, as I can get on the Network Access disks online central thing.

    Every thread/internet site mentions about opening port 5730, but I dont have a router. I have 3 PC's, with the modem connected to one main PC and the other PC's linked to it via HUB and ethernet cables and then internet connection shared. I put the PS2 thru the HUB, and as I said, it recognises the connection, but won't connect to PES5's DNAS. I also have Norton Internet Security running on the main PC, which I disabled.

    Any Ideas? I know theres alot of online threads etc, but I did do a search and didn't find the answer :/

    Appreciate the help

    Russ
     
  2. JayM

    JayM International

    17 April 2004
    North Yorkshire
    Celtic
    Have you got a modded PS2? If so turn off your chip if not then I don't think it's possible to open ports when you don't have a router.

    Are you sure your modem is not a router too?
     
  3. russellclow

    russellclow Conference

    23 September 2004
    Don't have a chipped PS2 no.

    Urm, Im not sure about modem being a router. I have Telewest Blueyonder Broadband.
     
  4. JayM

    JayM International

    17 April 2004
    North Yorkshire
    Celtic
    Error -402:

    -402 sceDNAS2_SS_INVALID_MEDIA
    Invalid disc. "DNAS Error (-402) A PS2 disc information error has occurred."

    Don't think it's a port problem..
     
  5. RAISH

    RAISH I WRITE THE BOOK

    19 June 2004
    are u using windows xp firewall aswell?
     
  6. russellclow

    russellclow Conference

    23 September 2004

    What could the problem be if its not ports? I was a bit perplexed when that came up 2. Rekon my patched version copied wrong? :o Might have to try it with my original retail version and see if it says the same.

    Not AFAIK :/
     
  7. JayM

    JayM International

    17 April 2004
    North Yorkshire
    Celtic
    I would reccomend using the original disk, yes.
     

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