Like every online game, Dungeons 3 sometimes suffers from connection problems. These can sometimes be caused by blocked ports.
If your connection is unstable, there is a fairly easy way to fix this: enable port forwarding for Dungeons 3. You can do this straight from your router, and in this guide we’ll show you how.
In order to forward the ports, you’ll need to know which ports to forward. Here are the ports that Dungeons 3 uses:
Now you know which ports to forward, we can forward them. But first you are going to need to collect some extra information.
Before going through the rest of this guide, make sure that you collect and make a note of the following pieces of information:
Now we can actually forward the ports. To do that, follow these steps:
The process for forwarding a port is generally:
We’ve made a port forwarding add-on which aims to take the time and hassle out of enabling port forwarding for Dungeons 3 or any other game. Using our add-on, you can forward the ports for all of your games in just a few clicks.
That means you can quickly open the ports when you want to play a game, and then put things back to normal afterward. All in a few clicks.
The port forwarding add-on also gives you several other advantages: