#1
ok so me and a friend are trying to play starcraft, and whenever either of us try to create a game, the other cant join due to "high latency". since i dont know wtf to do to fix this problem, i thought maybe a direct ip connection would be possible, only problem is that i dont know where to find mine for him to connect to...any advice?
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Go to Network Connections, click on whatever connection you're using, go to status, then support, and your IP should be there.
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I think that means the game would be too laggy, meaning you wouldn't be able to play even if you could connect.

I really have no idea, this is my best guess.
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Start > Run > type CMD > Type ipconfig /all
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and yeah, high latency is most likely not going to change doing this
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