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Can't see the server..................

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I'm using the new files of _system32_.
my dbo.serverstatus and dbo.locatorstatus are allright.
I've forwarded 8900, 6000, 7777, 5100 and 80
But still it doesn't show a server!
Please help me out :D
 
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There's a difference,YOU can't see the server,or your players?
My router is rather fucked a bit,I can't see the servers myself,so I use a debugger instead,but other players see it normally.I think it is something in the Router configuration/settings,that has nothing whatsoever to do with port forwarding.
 
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Mambo - Can't see the server.................. - RaGEZONE Forums
 
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K people:
- I'm using the Eminent Nroute
- If i put 127.0.01 as ip i can see the server, but now it says ''cannot acces server''
And if i put my WAN in system.xml i can't see the server anymore :S

(Firstly i had another router, but that one got broken.. with the old one it worked)

So i really need help!
 
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Mambo, Ok well it is your router that is stopping you from seeing your server. Your router is taking the outside web traffic and guiding it to where it needs to go or where your port forwarding settings are telling it to go. Ok, with that being said if you have your server IP(s) set to your WAN IP and your client system.xml's IP(s) set to your WAN IP, your client is going out on the internet to find your WAN IP then it sees you have a router. Your router then should have the correct ports forwarded to send the packets of data to your server. Your problem is that the right ports are not being forwarded so the packets are not being sent from your client to your server correctly. Also, the reason your client won't connect to your server when your client's IP is set to 127.0.0.1 is because 127.0.0.1 is a loopback or you may need to update your filelist.xml in your system.mrs if your client is filelist enabled. Feel free to PM me if you need any farther help or if what i explained did not make sense to you.
 
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