Varien_Dathemire Posted June 5, 2012 Share Posted June 5, 2012 Please don't Lynch me for this. I'm not exactly sure where this would go, seeing as I'm not quite sure what the problem is. Let me explain like a good little monkey. I set up a Tekkit 2.1.1 Server, roughly when it came out, Port forwarded correctly, Server Properties was set correctly, Everything was ready to go. After some Minor Troubleshooting, It was up, it ran just fine with the occasional overload due to a nuclear explosion. Upon Revisiting Technicpack.net one day I stumbled upon the Tekkit Server 3.0.4 Update. Realizing I was completely outdated at the time, due to not playing Tekkit for a while, I downloaded the latest version, and edited the Server Properties accordingly. Here's the Problem. It doesn't work. The Port forwarding was exactly the same as what was used for Tekkit 2.1.1. Which is why it confused me. The Properties file was edited exactly like the 2.1.1 file, so I wasn't sure why I wasn't able to get anyone to connect. Now I'm not sure if I'm supposed to, or even if its okay to post Port Forwarding Information, so I'll just say it like this: My Port is forwarded like this: ###.###.#.1 The Server Properties file had to be like this: ###.###.#.2 And that's just how it worked, I'm not sure why having Two, versus One made it as such. If the Properties file was set to One, or Three then It would display *FAILED TO BIND TO PORT* upon Starting the server. With Version 3.0.4 however, I am restricted to putting in ###.###.#.2 as my IP to get on, the IP doesn't work, and not even localhost works, which confuses me further. As a result, I attempted to Re-Portforward it, which I did successfully, and Identically to how it was done before. Yet it still doesn't work. Could anyone offer insight to what to do to this, or refer me to a page on the Forum I can't find? And any Mods who tell me where to move this topic to, I shall gladly do that. Don't Lynch me for this, I'm new to the forum posting system, since I've usually been able to find what I need without being a Registered Member. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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