Im presently using dynamic ip adress but i dont close or reebot my pc at all so my comp lan ip (shown with the cmd ipconfig) is still the same from the adress in the virtual server Soon ill try to set it to static. And tell if it work
hi, it seems that my speedstream 4200 modem block all port (but i can send and receive files in msn or bitcomet..) In this modem menu (192.168.2.1) there is no port forwarding or anything related with ports. It only have status with some info and reset. but its sure that i can do something about it maybe using telnet or hyperterminal? i really need help
MSN can work without listening on a public IP, as can bittorrent. However, assuming I'm reading this correctly (and it's the right router I've got up), your modem does support forwarding. You might want to take a look at this?
I had already read almost all this file from siemen and a lot of forums but its not the same interface look here is a screenshot of the menu that i get from my modem config page (from another user but same thing)http://membres.lycos.fr/iown/1.JPG , http://membres.lycos.fr/iown/2.JPG ? I want to open port from server side its not illegal.. ty for helping
So, any ideas on this at all? I remember with one game (Unreal maybe), I could never view my server if I was behind the same physical IP, although I could still play.
Also, is there a designated place on the forum where people can post their servers for other people to try and connect to - a kind of server diagnosis and test forum? This would be most helpful and I didn't really want to crowd this resource thread; feel free to move this post to a more suitable forum.
If you're sharing a LAN with the same machine that's running the Dedi, I believe you have to join it on the LAN, rather than over the internet. Internet users should be able to join over the Internet. LAN users over LAN.
So, could someone perhaps try and access my server? I'll have it running constantly so I can log any attempts. I'm concerned that the firewall is still being a bit too agressive and not letting anything outside of the LAN through.
The server's host name is Sonarfox (note the upper-case 'S'), and it's running S2.