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I have a feeling you are either not putting the correct ip for your port.
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I have a feeling you are either not putting the correct ip for your port.
Okay. So my PC's internal IP is 192.168.1.8. I would put that as my local IP correct? TCP Source port would be 25565 and my destination would be the same? UDP Source is Any and the destination is 25565 correct? Starting to get very frustrated. x.x
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I tried putting my dyndns domain as the server IP. still no dice. ):
Is it even possible to connect to your own server if its running on the same machine your trying to connect to via a different ip other then the local or internal?? (thats directed to everyone, as im clueless)

if the servers running 127.0.0.1 should work

Sorry im lazy.. all i do is jump onto my router go to DMZ (not advised for permanent solution) and set it as my comps internal ip (e.g 192.168.0.150) and that should sort out the port problems.

i wouldnt know how dnydns actualy works.. i use to use no-ip or whatever it was and that worked sufficently well just install the program after registration and the rest is easy.
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Is it even possible to connect to your own server if its running on the same machine your trying to connect to via a different ip other then the local or internal?? (thats directed to everyone, as im clueless)

if the servers running 127.0.0.1 should work

Sorry im lazy.. all i do is jump onto my router go to DMZ (not advised for permanent solution) and set it as my comps internal ip (e.g 192.168.0.150) and that should sort out the port problems.

i wouldnt know how dnydns actualy works.. i use to use no-ip or whatever it was and that worked sufficently well just install the program after registration and the rest is easy.
I try to run my server with my external IP and it says "Cannot bind to port!" I put my internal and it works. :c
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If you have a dynamic IP you could use Free Dyndns.

http://dyn.com/dns/dyndns-free/

You sign up for free, give it your external I.P address (Of the machine running the server), pick a name such as "Myserver.dyndns.org" and it points players to whatever your current external I.P is

That's what we use for our private server. Easy as can be.
I use DynDNS too, works perfectly
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Blah. That DUC thing is killing me. x.x It's not working either. :/
I don't understand. IT says all my ports are closed even though I host CSS servers fine. What's going on here?

Edit: I give up for the night. I'll just keep going at this tomorrow.
Edited by grandestfail9190 - 10/10/11 at 10:39pm
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