Petomatick Posted September 17, 2012 Share Posted September 17, 2012 Hi and hello people. The case is such that I own my very own little home-server, which I have turned on for 24/7 hosting a minecraft server for my friends. Recently we also wanted to expand to a tekkit server, which as you probably figured became quite a problem. Being a server/network administrator for atleast 20 different games over the last five years I do indeed know a little about hosting, and I did change the port in the config file to another than 25565 to let the minecraft be in peace and harmony whilst I changed the Tekkit port to 25585. I opened the ports inside the router, and did exactly everything you'd do when configuring the network with any server. No, I could not find it when trying to find it through external IP and neither could my friend. I tried connecting to the internal ip and it went all good. Though, only I could connect. Trying with Hamachi we found just what most would do when hosting with hamachi. It worked flawlessly but it was slow enough to send me to a psyhiatrist. But it worked somehow. Its just like there was some configuration command similar to the "sv_lan" that srcds servers have. It's giving me a headache and I've litteraly spent about three and a half hours trying to fix this. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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