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Hi - I have a new Intel iMac 2GB and am having a problem with GameRanger and Ghost Recon. I can play the game fine solo but cannot join anothers "server" or host a room and have others "join". I have my firewall off and have disconnected a Vonage router. The game plays fine in solo mode, on and off GR with CD in Mac. Any ideas? Maybe the Intels can't even support multi-player games on GameRanger but I'm sure there are others there who have Intel Macs. Love the game and playing with friends. Help.

Thanks so much.

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This sounds like more of a networking issue and less of a Mac issue.
You could also check with your ISP as some do still block ports that can interfere with gaming.

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Thanks. I think you're right.

I talked to Comcast tonite and he gave me a list of "blocked numbers" that they use. Where do I put them? How do I use them to gain access to multi-player mode? Thanks
They are 67-68-135-137-138-139-445-512-520-1080
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