First of all, I love Netlimiter. It is just what I need in the two-user-one-connection house environment I live in and until they integrate a bandwidth limiting capability in home routers, I will keep on using it.
However it has one VERY weird side-effect. While it is running it blocks GPGnet from connecting. For those that don’t know, GPGnet is the multiplayer platform for Supreme commander, much like Battlenet is for Starcraft/WarIII.
As soon as I terminated it though, GPGnet would connect happily every time. Just a hint for all those who get the “1: Core 1 Cannot Connect to GPGnet” message and might be running Netlimiter…
P.S. some people have said that you need to uninstall Netlimiter for GPGnet to work, that is NOT true, I repeat, NOT true! Just right click on its icon and click on Exit.