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PostSubject: Can anyone try to connect?   Mon 18 Nov 2013, 9:52 pm

I'm bored so i decided to set my own server up. It's been a while since i had a server, and now that i have a new router, it just doesn't seem to work as i thought it would.
It doesn't show up on the server list. But it does show on the Local list but has [UDP] on it. I have port forwarded the ports. So if anyone could try to connect via the IP to see if they can connect.

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Use "connect" via the console to connect, i'll leave my server open for a couple of hours.
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PostSubject: Re: Can anyone try to connect?   Mon 18 Nov 2013, 10:08 pm

i was able to connect using the second ip adress, also, why are you not there (0_0)''

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PostSubject: Re: Can anyone try to connect?   Mon 18 Nov 2013, 10:22 pm

Good, and i was on the SoL server. Now i know ppl can connect, but i don't know why it's not showing on the list.
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PostSubject: Re: Can anyone try to connect?   Tue 19 Nov 2013, 12:00 am

imposible to connect.
1 : it said map waterbuble, map : ffa, ping : 0
2 : now it says map : ffa, ping : 0

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PostSubject: Re: Can anyone try to connect?   Tue 19 Nov 2013, 6:32 am

I thought you have to pay a company to host a server ? o.O
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PostSubject: Re: Can anyone try to connect?   Tue 19 Nov 2013, 6:34 am

some isp's do not allow you to host a server, as written in the tiny letters. but anybody can turn a computer into a game server. the only drawback is the expensive cost of having it running 27/7 and the severe security risk to your everyday internet use.

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PostSubject: Re: Can anyone try to connect?   Tue 19 Nov 2013, 6:35 am

You can host your own server, Acrobat does it often, just search google on how to set it up Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Can anyone try to connect?   Tue 19 Nov 2013, 10:46 am

192.168.1.65 is a private address for your LAN. IP addresses starting with 192.168 are not routable on the internet, which means you can never connect to an IP address starting with 192.168 unless you are logically on that network too. So other computers at your house could connect to 192.168.1.65, but someone across the street or across the country could not.

78.73.83.55 is your public address, which is what the rest of the world sees as the address for all computers behind your router.

The reason you have two addresses is due to something called Network Address Translation (NAT). So since all computers behind your router have the same public IP address, no one can connect to your computer unless you initiate the connection or you set your router up to use port forwarding to your private address 192.168.1.65. For JK2, port forwarding occurs on UDP ports 28060-28062 and 28070-28081. Setting up port forwarding for JK2 means anytime someone tries to connect to 78.73.83.55 on one of those UDP ports, your router forwards the request to your private address of 192.168.1.65.

To get your server to show up on the list, type these two commands in the server console and make sure you get the appropriate responses:

sv_master1
(Response: "sv_master1" is:"masterjk2.ravensoft.com" default:"masterjk2.ravensoft.com")
dedicated
(Response: "dedicated" is:"2" default:"2")

If they're not set properly, set them in your configuration file with these lines:

seta sv_master1 "masterjk2.ravensoft.com"
seta dedicated "2"


Or just set it in the server console with:

sv_master1 "masterjk2.ravensoft.com"
dedicated 2


If things are working, every minute or two you should see the server console reporting:

Sending heartbeat to masterjk2.ravensoft.com

You can manually send heartbeats by typing in the server console:

heartbeat
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PostSubject: Re: Can anyone try to connect?   Tue 19 Nov 2013, 2:46 pm

NickdeClaw wrote:
192.168.1.65 is a private address for your LAN. IP addresses starting with 192.168 are not routable on the internet, which means you can never connect to an IP address starting with 192.168 unless you are logically on that network too. So other computers at your house could connect to 192.168.1.65, but someone across the street or across the country could not.

78.73.83.55 is your public address, which is what the rest of the world sees as the address for all computers behind your router.

The reason you have two addresses is due to something called Network Address Translation (NAT). So since all computers behind your router have the same public IP address, no one can connect to your computer unless you initiate the connection or you set your router up to use port forwarding to your private address 192.168.1.65. For JK2, port forwarding occurs on UDP ports 28060-28062 and 28070-28081. Setting up port forwarding for JK2 means anytime someone tries to connect to 78.73.83.55 on one of those UDP ports, your router forwards the request to your private address of 192.168.1.65.

To get your server to show up on the list, type these two commands in the server console and make sure you get the appropriate responses:

sv_master1
(Response: "sv_master1" is:"masterjk2.ravensoft.com" default:"masterjk2.ravensoft.com")
dedicated
(Response: "dedicated" is:"2" default:"2")

If they're not set properly, set them in your configuration file with these lines:

seta sv_master1 "masterjk2.ravensoft.com"
seta dedicated "2"


Or just set it in the server console with:

sv_master1 "masterjk2.ravensoft.com"
dedicated 2


If things are working, every minute or two you should see the server console reporting:

Sending heartbeat to masterjk2.ravensoft.com

You can manually send heartbeats by typing in the server console:

heartbeat
I have port forwarded, i have added those lines, and i see the heartbeat. But it still doesn't show up. And on my server name on the Local list it has "[UDP]". I hate my router Sad
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