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  • WebAdmin access via the net

    Can this be done at another location, or only within the LAN? I tried getting into my server from my bro's house, but couldn't do it, or typed the wrong thing.

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    Can this be done at another location
    yes ............

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    • #3
      Well thanks for the informative answer, oh omnipotent one. I should be so daring to ask such a moronic question. No point in typing anymore.

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      • #4
        Did I answer your question? Once again................ yes

        Look here for the setups: Unreal Admin

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        • #5
          Settle....

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          • #6
            Yes, it can be done. You have to setup your firewall to allow external connections to the IP and port of your Webadmin. Of course, that is another story. Check your routers website for forwarding ports.

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            • #7
              default webadmin port is 80....you also need to enable it when starting your server.. specifically...

              "WebAdmin

              There are 2 ways to enable WebAdmin from within UT2003.

              The first is from a command line which enables admin the way UT used to be (ie. 1 admin name with a password)

              The second way is the advanced admin which allows mutliple users and groups with different passwords.

              To enable WebAdmin from the command line (ie. just 1 user name/pass) then add the ?AdminName=XXXX?AdminPassword=XX parameter to your command line.
              An example command line would now be:
              DM-Antalus?game=XGame.XDeathmatch?AdminName=myname?Ad minPassword=mypass ini=TypeIniFileHere.ini log=TypeLogNameHere.log"

              ref: http://www.unrealadmin.org/modules.p...rticle&artid=8

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