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(SMB) Network Games list not showing
(SMB) Network Games list not showing –
Firstly, here's my Hardware:
Win 7 Ultimate
PS2 Slim Model No. SCPH 75001 NTSC U/C
2wire Router 2701HG-B
Both machines are connected to the Router by straight-through and, as you might expect, the Router is connected to my DSL phone-line.
My Network Config in Open PS2 Loader:
IP - 192.168.1.71
Mask - 255.255.255.0
Gateway - 192.168.1.254
IP - 192.168.1.68
Port - 445
Share - PS2SMB2 (not a typo, and shouldn't matter anyway)
User - GUEST
My ipconfig from my PC:
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix : gateway.2wire.net
Link-local IPv6 : fe80::6c76:ef3d:f869:b44a%10
IPv4 Address : 192.168.1.68
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.1.254
My Share Folder PS2SMB (Share Name PS2SMB2):
and DVD has only one file in it, the rest empty/blank
Now that I've told you all the hardware info (I hope), here's what happens. I load up Open PS2 Loader from my Free McBoot Memory Card, manually start up the Network Games device and then... nothing happens or shows up.
I looked around in this thread: http://psx-scene.com/forums/f150/opl...e-crazy-84653/ (OPL2 networking, is driving me crazy.)
but despite having nearly an identical issue, his solution of making an account only for the ps2 to use didn't work for me.
I then decided to make a wireshark capture of when I start up the network games stuff and got this:
The full wireshark capture is in the attachments. Anyone have an idea of where I should go from here? 'cause I'm lost. As far as I can tell, OPL just echos the request endlessly without anything showing up.
-btw windows firewall was off during this (and no third-party software firewall) and I have file sharing turned on, as well as my guest account, if that matters.
So in a last ditch effort to try something, I used USBUtil to split my iso into smaller files and it worked. The game shows up and plays beautifully. Now if you'll excuse me, I have some much over due gameing to get to.