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Old May 7th, 2004   #1
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icon_question LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).

i get this message, when i try to connect to my friend's server...:
LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).
please help...
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Old June 3rd, 2004   #2
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Angry Re: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).

Help.... ME too....

I Get..:
"LAN servers are restricted to local clients"

Did you work it out ???

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Old July 6th, 2004   #3
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i get this message, when i try to connect to my friend's server...:
LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).
please help...
just pull down consol in game n type sv_lan o
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Default Re: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).

i connect to my isp cs server. but i facing the same problem too. i already use the step that u taught but still no change.. why?
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Default Re: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).

heyy, i am having the same problem, that step "sv_lan 0" only works if you're the host i think, but i am not sure.

i start my condition zero, go to "find servers", then "internet" and i see hundreds, but NONE i am able to join -- it always says "LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C)"

please help!?

ps. aparently it says i am running condition zero 1.3 (might this cause a problem??)

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Default Re: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).

The problem might be if your using a router or a firewall but i really dont know you might have to go to http://www.steampowered.com/ and check out their forums and get some help here. I'm not saying this isn't a great place to get help but Steam is the one that knows all the technical mumbo jumbo.

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