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Server/Client Issues

Initiate Mage
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I set up Mangos with binary v3200, MPQE 1.2, mysql 5.0.27, and SDB 0.1.6.1, and running 1.12.2 on both comps. I have the server up and running and wow installed on there. It will connect and play and everything(btw the server with the least bugs I've seen :D). The main problem I have is a little complicated (well for me). On the client, I have it connected to the server through a hub. But no matter how I connect them, even if I try to direct connect them with a cross-over rj45, I cant get them to network together without assigning an ip to the client. They both have xp pro. I can assign the ip and get them to connect that way, and I can log into the server from the client, but it won't let me enter the realm. Btw this is only a lan based server, not connected to the internet at all.
 
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I set up Mangos with binary v3200, MPQE 1.2, mysql 5.0.27, and SDB 0.1.6.1, and running 1.12.2 on both comps. I have the server up and running and wow installed on there. It will connect and play and everything(btw the server with the least bugs I've seen :D). The main problem I have is a little complicated (well for me). On the client, I have it connected to the server through a hub. But no matter how I connect them, even if I try to direct connect them with a cross-over rj45, I cant get them to network together without assigning an ip to the client. They both have xp pro. I can assign the ip and get them to connect that way, and I can log into the server from the client, but it won't let me enter the realm. Btw this is only a lan based server, not connected to the internet at all.

Forward ports to your router that the server uses, this should correct that.
 
Elite Diviner
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Sorry, was thinking of someone else there, my mistake.
Lack of sleep and the eyes get abit blurry lol..

Anyway, as for your problem I have no idea why it's not working, it should be..
Did you manualy give your computers ip's or use xp to auto network them?

If so check your dns and default gateway, make sure they are set right.
 
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