Play Counter Strike via Wi-Fi

Counter- Strike World Most Popular Multiplayer Game, especially in College. Many College organize the Event on Counter-Strike. In College they play Counter-Strike on LAN, they setup the networking and connect PC all together.

What happen If we have to do practice for Counter- Strike but we have don’t have the LAN. Don’t Worry I resolve this problem, if you have Wi-Fi in your PC/Laptop then you can also play Counter-Strike without LAN.

Step 1. First give the unique Static IP to every Laptop.

Step 2. Now Go to Control Panel>Network and Internet>Manage Wireless Networks. The Following window is open.

Play Counter Strike via Wi-Fi

Step 3. Click on Add button. The following window is open.

Play Counter Strike via Wi-Fi



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Step 4. Click on Create an ad hoc network then click Next,

Step 5. Enter any Network name, choose your Security Type and then click Next.

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NOTE: If you want to enable you Security, then choose WEP otherwise click on “No authentication (open)”.

Step 6. Close the Window, and You are done.

play counter strike via wifi

Step 7. Now tell you friend to Start Wi-Fi, find your network and click connect.

Step 8. Start Counter-Strike, Create Server and start the Game.

Step 9. Tell your friend to start the Counter-Strike, click on Find Server and connect it.

You are done.This is great thing to time pass in your college canteen. If you have any query, please comment it out.



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  1. zouhir achlih on June 5, 2013

    outstanding

  2. Dusan on April 29, 2013

    Can someone tell mi how can I play CS on my laptop, but I don’t want to be the host or to create game. I want to connect on a random server that I find on the internet.
    I use to play CS without problems on my PC on servers that I found on http://www.gametracker.com
    just pick server that I want and game starts automatically.
    But now I can’t play it on my laptop.
    My laptop is wirelessly connected to my TP LINK router and when pick server on gametracker.com it just starts the game but it want connect to the server. Just starts, opened console, but doesn’t connect.
    PLEAS some help me :(
    Sorry for my bad English

  3. Amphy on April 27, 2013

    How about linux users?How can we use it?

  4. Sunil on March 17, 2013

    I play with friends using ad hoc network.Is there any way to reduce latency on ad hoc .

  5. ADI on March 7, 2013

    WORKS FOR ME

  6. mohammed anees on November 1, 2012

    i am not able to start the server in counter strike game ,how to create the server please explain

  7. Razun on August 18, 2012

    Hey :) thnq fr a very nice post. Hope u wud b able to help me too. I have 4 PCs on a wifi router modem. 3 running on xp n 1 on Win7. When I go to my network places I can clearly see all the 4 Pcs connected and i can browse through shared folders copy files etc. But counter strike just wont find any. I have tried running game on all 4 Pcs and neither of the 3 computers can detect any server. Same version of game is running on all 4 PCs. I wonder what the problem is. Hopefully you will be able to help

  8. Allen Lin on August 3, 2012

    No, it didn’t work for me too.
    My friend is already connected to my WLAN Network but still doesn’t show the server in my CS Server list ^_^

  9. sangay on May 28, 2012

    do we need need wi-fi modem in each house hole???ans plz…

    • Raza Rahil Hussain Author on May 28, 2012

      No you don’t need any Wi-Fi Router. Wi-Fi enabled laptop is enough.

  10. mastaG on March 12, 2012

    hey man, thanks a lot.. been great help… salutations…

  11. Saeed on March 10, 2012

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  12. Travis on January 18, 2012

    I tried everything possible to connect 2 systems by wifi i managed to connect them by lan and play buy can’t do it by wifi can u help me.

  13. Vikrant on November 26, 2011

    Followed the instructions as exactly said. But couldn’t find any server in CS :(

  14. ratana on November 14, 2011

    I did achoc already but i can’t findserver in Counter-Strike

  15. Ravi on October 24, 2011

    Hi
    How to set Static IP?
    Thanks

  16. said on October 13, 2011

    plz ansowr me
    can you goive a video tutorials
    or show me how I give each one a fix ip

  17. SHW on July 20, 2011

    My friend and i have no problem connecting to play , but the game become SUPER laggy(3 to 4K) anyway we can ensure smooth play ?

    • hafiz on September 21, 2011

      SHW , do you use exactly like the tutorial above ?
      did you need the internet connection to play CS in LAN mode ?
      thanks :)

  18. chirag on February 26, 2011

    i had same problem
    i m using windows 7
    laptop is connected via wifi
    but still not connected in cs

  19. Naman on January 6, 2011

    I am facing the same problem… !!
    using Windows 7 when i create a server in CS ..
    i doesn’t show up on other laptops that are connected via wifi.. !!

    things were much eaisier in windows XP…

  20. reagan on October 30, 2010

    hey dude. i tried doing your procedure in the set up of wireless LAN for playing counter strike. it didn’t work. i already have a WLAN made and there was no server that i can find when i’m playing CS. how can i solve this?

    • Raza Rahil Hussain Author on October 30, 2010

      The Above tutorials is created in Windows 7 it might be different in other OS, Which OS are you using?

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