You will want to start by working your way through the connection sticky.
First the lotroclient needs to be added to your firewall exceptions and exceptions for your virus real time scanning and any internet software.
Then check out the section on ports and the rest of the sticky, and get back to us if that doesn't fix it.
Oops. Almost forgot. If that other computer is running lotro at the same time, you are going to need to make sure you follow the sections that account for this.
"- Does more than one PC connect to the game at the same time?
With two computers connecting at the same time they could be "stepping" on each others connections somewhat. Open the userpreferences.ini file"
"....and in that file under the [Net] section find the "UserSpecifiedPort" option and set it to 9000 (eg. UserSpecifiedPort=9000) on computer "A" and on computer "B" change it to 9007 (eg. UserSpecifiedPort=9007). Be sure to save the changes you make before launching Lotro to test.
(Also in cases of two PC's connecting you might need to configure port "triggering" on your router, it's essentially the same as port forwarding but less "specific" it just opens ports in a range you specify anytime a request comes in or goes out on one of those ports)"
Last edited by EmyrSelyf; Oct 21 2013 at 01:05 PM.
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