Setting up a thomson dwg855 to host games Tags: LAN Thomson Games Servers Networking Last response: January 14, 2011 6:07 PM in Networking Share cmalvey January 13, 2011 5:40:34 PM i play medal of honor and want to host the game as a server how do i set my thomson dwg855 to allow this? More about : setting thomson dwg855 host games Emerald January 14, 2011 6:07:30 PM assign a static local IP to your server and use port forwarding on your router to allow access to the server from the internet. if you public IP changes frequently you can use DynamicDNS to keep track of your IP. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Setting up a thomson dwg855 to host MySql Forum Need help setting up ICS, Vista Host, XP clients Forum Solvedneed help setting up ICS, vista host, XP home client. Forum Help with setting up a file server to host MS Access Database Forum SolvedAdvice on Setting up New Rig for gaming Forum setting up good recording software for games Forum SolvedSetting up my first gaming pc. Any help would be greatly appreciated Forum Solvedsetting up 3 1440p monitors for gaming with 3 way SLI 780 Ti's Forum SolvedWill this set up play new games on high settings? Forum Setting up SSD + HDD and SSD Gaming Performance Forum SolvedRecommended DL / UP Speed for Game Hosting Forum SolvedWill my computer set up be good for streaming high quality with games like league of legends? Forum [Help]Setting up a gaming Cafe Forum [Help]Setting up a gaming Cafe Forum SolvedIs this set up OK for gaming? Forum SolvedNew gaming set up Forum SolvedFixing up my pc to run games on best settings. what am i doing wrong? Forum SolvedCan I set up a network WLAN and LAN so that WIFI goes over the internet but games use the LAN? Forum SolvedHow well is this set up for more current/future games like BF4 Forum SolvedNew motherboard swap and cpu swap from intel to amd and having issues with benchmarks and games on each set up. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !