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What is the UPNP setting for pes6?

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer - PC' started by sonicspinner, 7 November 2006.

  1. sonicspinner

    sonicspinner Conference

    6 August 2003
    Denmark
    hey guys, just want to ask what i sthe UPNP in settings for anyway?
    but for me when i disable it i have less latency and lag.

    i have global ip and no routing, i can host without problem etc.
    but does it make it difference?

    i just learned from pes5, back then when i turned it off i had better online play..
    so i did it again in pes6.

    but anyone know what it is exactly?`

    Sonic
     
  2. drunkenmonkey

    drunkenmonkey Catfish

    6 December 2004
    Blackpool F.C
    Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) is a standard that uses Internet and Web protocols to enable devices such as PCs, peripherals, intelligent appliances, and wireless devices to be plugged into a network and automatically know about each other
     
  3. Dreadeye

    Dreadeye Non-League

    2 September 2006
    Where do you turn it off from?

    I would like to try this
     
  4. sonicspinner

    sonicspinner Conference

    6 August 2003
    Denmark
    c:/program files/konami/pes6/settings.exe
     
  5. sonicspinner

    sonicspinner Conference

    6 August 2003
    Denmark
    but what use is the UPNP setting in pes6??
    why is it there?

    Sonic
     
  6. Deselator7x

    Deselator7x Non-League

    9 November 2006
    UPNP is windows edition service u can turn it on form ADD\REMOVE program (windows component)
    this was one thing
    2 u need to have a router that provide such sevice sisco routers *( it cost very much) bottom of line u need to be part of a very bif local network with sisco router and contact ur lan admin
     

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