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OFFLINE   TheSilencerPL

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It can also be like that, that your IP is not visible to the world behind the router. What is the external IP defined in the router? There should be something like this in the router webadmin. I have something like this. Then, in such case, just define the port forwarding, and connect to the router external IP.

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OK, Here is my setup!

Internet In (ISP) > Modem/Router
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> CPU 1 - work PC (WinXP) (everything to do with editing, browsing, coding... whatever) IP: 192.168.1.68
> CPU 2 - Linux (Unbuntu) (just for editing and recording Music and Video) IP: 192.168.1.69
> CPU 3 - test PC (WinXP) (just a spare pc i use for testing purpose.) IP: 192.168.1.70
> CPU 4 - Server (WinXP) (HTTP, MySQL, FTP, WolfET, TFC, etc...) IP: External IP [98.66.218.89]

HTTP :80
MySQL: 3306
FTP: 21
WolfET: 27960
TFC: 27015 -> when TFC is running (Team Fortress Classic)



Now on CPU3 i have wolfet running (192.168.1.70) and I can play all day long from CPU1, CPU2, CPU3 and CPU4(local)
But! If run WolfET on CPU4 (server) I can ONLY play on CPU4 locally.
There is no connection from any other CPU.

But I can connect to HTTP,MySQL,FTP and TFC when TFC is running. From any CPU on this network.
Even out connection can be made to these system.

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This might be obvious but I will ask.

Have you set
set dedicated 2 //1 is for lan 2 is for internet

Sometimes the obvious is the first thing over looked and the last thing checked.

Just check it is is not being changed when the cfg is exec'd

Edited by Petbark, 06 January 2012 - 08:31 AM.






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