So where can I download the dedicated server? It supposed to be released correct?
Slaughter's Place Forums | Game Server: Quad-Core Xeon co-located in St. Louis, MO USA
I would like to ask if there is a place that lists the basic files that you need to modify to get your server customized & off the ground. I have a command line that will kick off the server but I am not sure if my config is sticking.
Also, do we know if NAT is working? I don't plan to directly connect any of my servers to a raw internet connection.
I have not been able to get my server to post in the browser. I think that it is a NAT issue but I cannot confirm that the server is running correctly at all.
1. port foward and Set ports to 7777 both TCP and UDP
2. Setup static ip
3. Turned off firewall
4. Tried 4 different routers still did not work.
The only way I could get it to work was to get rid of the router then it worked. I have no problems with Halo or UT2004 behind a router. But never could get demo to work with a router.
Solution: Paid $200 for a 24 user game server lol
Last edited by UT3sysop; 11-17-2007 at 07:32 AM.
1. Router: Buffalo Airstation: WHR-G54S
2. ports forwarded:
UDP: 7777, 7778, 7787, 7788, 42292
TCP: 27900, 28902, 42292
(notice 42292 is set on both, tho I'm not sure if that port is really necessary)
3. not using -multihome
4. My Server is Kamdyland, confirmed to be showing up to friends in other countries with no problems.
I got these ports from another post in these forums when the demo first came out. Never had a problem.
I am using a linksys router (or should a say a crapsys router). I will try and open up the ports that you listed out here. The IP for my server should be 126.96.36.199:9999 (I cannot use 7777 for some reason on my ISP).
Also does anyone know if the UTserver mailing list is down? I got a bounce back from it last night.
if u use 9999 then u need to also forward 10000 for the query port. It's always one number higher than the game port
I have that. I used the same port for my UT2004 server so I was always forwarding 9999 and 10000 on the router to the server.