The list of ports which are necessary for correct playing "CROSSOUT":
- TCP 80, 443, 3800-3830, 5222, 7850-7854, 7800-7802
- UDP 20010-20500, 3478-3480, 35000-36000
Launcher utilizes the following ports:
- TCP 27022-27042, 6881, 8090
You can check if all the required ports are blocked or not with any free online service, e.g. IPFingerPrints.
How to open ports
PLEASE NOTE: The steps below affect Windows connections only.
- Click on the 'Start' button on your Windows Taskbar.
- Click on 'My Network Places.'
- Under the 'Network Tasks' section, click on 'View Network Connections.'
- You should now see a list of the network connections available to your PC. The network connection which you are currently using should say 'Connected.' Any other connections should read 'Disabled.'
- Right-click on your current network connection and select 'Properties' from the menu list.
- Click on the 'Advanced' tab.
- Click on the 'Settings' button.
- Click on the 'Exceptions' tab.
- Click on the 'Add Port' button.
- You should now see a pop-up window appear.
- Name your port and give it a descriptive name so that you know what port it is later.
- Enter the port number under the 'Port Number' text field.
- Select either 'TCP' or 'UDP' (these should be specified in the list of ports you acquire from your game).
- Click 'OK.'
Windows 7 / Windows 8
- Go to the Control Panel:
Windows 7: Open up your desktop Start menu then click on the 'Control Panel' option to open it.
Windows 8: Hit Windows key + X and then click on the ‘Control Panel’ to open it.
- In the search box type 'firewall'
- Click on the 'Windows Firewall' option that appears
- In the left pane click 'Advanced Settings'
- If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password for confirmation. If not, please skip to the next step.
- In the left pane of the 'Windows Firewall with Advanced Security' dialog box click 'Inbound Rules'
- In the right pane, click 'New Rule'
- This will cause a New Inbound Rule Wizard to run where you will be able to enter the relevant port number and to select either 'TCP' or 'UDP'
- You have now added a port to your network connection. If you connect later with a different network connection, you might have to re-add any ports you entered. You might also need to repeat these steps if you need to enter multiple ports.