Does anyone play the game Smite by HiRez Studio? If so did you need to open up any ports on pfSense to make game play better?
Gertjan last edited by Gertjan
Nope, we 'play' pfSense.
And you're the first one using the word 'HiRez' on this forum.
pfSense it's a firewall that assures that there are no holes. Nobody want holes in a wall. If there were, there is no meaning of putting up the wall in the first place.
pfSense can let you make 'holes', to devices that run programs on your LAN. It seems to me that Smite Hires doesn't have any public documentation - otherwise you were reading that doc instead of asking here , and do what they were asking you to do, like NATting a port(s) to the PC that runs the game.
By default : do nothing.
Btw : https://www.reddit.com/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/2pvfen/why_is_smitehi_rez_studios_often_ridiculed_in_the/ make sme understand that, if your host your own 'server' version of the game, you should make that service accsible to the outside world == you have to "open ports" == NATting ports.
Google doesn't know anything about it, so there is only the documentation that can help you.