Cabal private server creation Help!

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    Cabal private server creation Help!


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    My Centos eth0 (NAT) have internet but cannot access in WinSCP. I created another Network adapter 2 (Host-only Adapter) Name: " VirtualBox Host-only Ethernet Adapter" as eth1 can open and transfer files through WinSCP but no internet in CentOS web browser.

    I edited my CentOS ip in Internal.txt in data folder of Cabal Client and used eth1 IP as my CentOS ip.
    Also in service cabal config. I used eth1 ip... as CentOS ip.
    so every time I open "start-cabal.bat" it shows xtrap error and ask to restart the game.


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    Account Upgraded | Title Enabled! luis R is offline
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    Re: Cabal private server creation Help!

    user Bridge Network instead of NAT :)

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    Re: Cabal private server creation Help!

    Bridge Network? So it means I need LAN/Ethernet cable connected to Wifi router or internet modem Ethernet slot? Sorry I'm noob hehehe

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    btw I use wifi and laptop.

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    Re: Cabal private server creation Help!




    all people here start with 0 not only u, with discussion and some effort of searching, there is no problem.

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    Re: Cabal private server creation Help!

    I haven't tried this because my LAN doesn't recognize my internet modem. but my problem now is that I can see channel 1(trade) but when I click it, nothing happens. I tried port forwarding ports 38101-38190 but still can't connect to channel 1.

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    btw, thanks for your help! I'll use this as reference if my LAN works.




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