Diablo III is a great game, and even better when played online. Like all online multiplayer games, though, sometimes you will experience problems with your connection to the game’s servers.
There is a pretty easy way to get around these problems: enable port forwarding for Diablo III. This is easy to do, and in this guide we’ll show you how.
To forward the ports for Diablo III, you will need to know which ports the game uses. Here they are:
The basic process for forwarding your ports, whether for Diablo III or any other game, is simple enough. You need to go into the settings on your router, and tell it to forward the relevant ports.
To do that, though, you’ll need a few extra pieces of information. So before we begin, find and make a note of the following:
If you don’t have this information, and don’t know how to find it, fear not. We’ve made a guide, How to Forward Ports on your Router for Online Games, which will show you how to find them. It will also show you how to forward your ports for loads of games, not just Diablo III.
The process for forwarding a port is generally:
PureVPN’s port forwarding add-on lets you forward the ports for Diablo III with just a few clicks. No more opening up your router’s settings, and no more scrabbling around for IP addresses.
If you play Diablo III a lot, it’s definitely going to save you time and hassle, so give it a go.
Our port forwarding add-on also improves performance in several other areas, and has several other benefits.