D Link 4300 Gaming Router: Does not work as advertised

Discussion in 'Broadband Hardware' started by GlennKirboJR, Jul 30, 2006.

  1. GlennKirboJR

    GlennKirboJR Guest

    I like to play Command and Conquer Zero Hour
    I bought the D Link 4300 because it claimed to be great for games and
    even listed Command and Conquer Zero hour in its advertising materials.
    I believe they even had the C&C logo on the box. Sometimes the Router
    will work for 1 v 1 games but it never works if I have more than one
    person on my LAN trying to play with me. My old Linksys model BEFSR41
    could do this with no problem and it is almost 5 years old and didn't
    claim to be extra good at games. I'm rather annoyed that I payed 3
    times as much for a "gaming" router that claims to be good for C&C and
    it doesn't even work as advertised. The most current firmware update
    doesn't solve the problem and their help pages are extremely unhelpful.
    Does anyone have any advice on how to fix my D Link 4300 so that 2 or
    more players on my LAN can connect to an online C&C Zero Hour
    multiplayer game?
     
    GlennKirboJR, Jul 30, 2006
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