Viscosity wrote:I have a dns server that I can redirect to openspy. The problem is that openspy doesn't support account creation. So games like battlefield 2 might seize to work. Battefront II has the option to sign in as a guest so that might still work. If you were to host a dedicated server you would just need to edit your hosts file like masqedwarrior said and point it to openspy.
This is for the simple reason that some addresses of "OpenSpy" are incorrectly located.
I say this because I researched for quite time about this topic. I created a DNS server (Thanks to "Freddy"). With my DNS server I have managed to relocate some addresses that were incorrectly located, I combined some adresses of "GameSpy" that still work properly, with some "OpenSpy" adresses.
I managed to run games that with "OpenSpy" DNS not working (For the reason that I said above)
For example :
- Delta Force: Black Hawk Down
- Area 51 ( PS2 and PC version )
- TOCA Race Driver 3
- The Fast and the Furious
- Ford vs. Chevy
- Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows
- Marvel : Ultimate Alliance
- X -Men Legends II : Rise of Apocalypse
- WWE SmackDown VS Raw 2006
- Crash 'N ' Burn
- Heroes of the Pacific
- Urban Chaos: Riot Response
- Conflict: Global Storm
- Rogue Trooper
Other more ...
Unfortunately, I have two problems. My DNS server can not keep open 24 hours.
The other reason is that I do not have static IP.
That's why I wanted to know any possibility to cooperate with the owners of "OpenSpy", because I have plenty free time and I like everything about this topic.
I hope this can be understood properly, because my English is not very good. My native language is Spanish.
Greetings to all and thanks