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 Arctyx
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  • 26 May
 Arctyx

@Gambit said:

@patch.0 said:

@Arctyx said:

@Gambit said:

@Arctyx said:
Yep they're on the same local network here at home.

I did try the "open xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:7777" command on console as some people suggested but it does nothing for me when trying to connect to my local server.

Good luck on your case though, and if you do figure it out I'd love to hear how you fixed it. Cheers!

If it doesn't work in the console then your ports aren't open or you're using the wrong local address.

Not to hijack this topic, but anyway I did put on my post on the main Linux Dedicated Server guide which indicated my ports are indeed open as anyone outside the network is able to join my server just fine, and it gets traffic from randoms on the Internet. Only I being on the same network am unable to join/see it. And yes, I am 100% positive I am connecting to the correct local IP.

Dont worry to hijack.

As I said before I tried to forward the traffic from my pc IP to server IP, I forwarded successfully the traffic but in game it doesn't work.

My second option was put the server in the same network that is my pc but if don't work for you I don't think that will work for me.

Maybe it could be a bug? Because don't work either in the same network but work for internet players.

What local address or you guys using? Have you tried localhost, 127.0.0.1 and your local ip? If you've tried all of those, maybe running a server locally interferes with the client ports or something.

Using the local IP of the server (192.168.x.x for example) doesn't work either. 127.0.0.1/localhost would imply the server is running on the same machine I am playing on, which I'm not doing now.

And yeah not sure what the cause is either. I'm pretty sure I've tried everything I can think of at this point.

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  • 26 May
 Arctyx

@Vin¢ said:

@Arctyx said:
Hi. I have an issue when hosting a server from another computer on my LAN. For some reason I cannot see or connect to it, while others outside my network can do so just fine. I followed this guide properly and have managed to set up a server as well on EC2 which is doing incredibly well:

https://www.battlemetrics.com/servers/mordhau/3601406

However since it started doing so well, EC2 got me good with the bandwidth costs (I'm bleeding $15/day on bandwidth costs, no idea why Mordhau DS is transferring so much data for a game server). That said, if I'm able to resolve my in-home hosting issues, then I can host my server free indefinitely.

For reference, here's my locally hosted duel server showing up online, but not for me:

https://www.battlemetrics.com/servers/mordhau/3626403

  • I followed exactly the same setup as my fully working AWS server.
  • I have forwarded the proper ports, and even tried using nonstandard ports to no avail.
  • I've checked and double checked the ports are open on the server machine itself (running Ubuntu Server 18.04)
  • It shows up on Internet Servers for everyone outside my network.
  • It doesn't show up on Local Servers for me.
  • open xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:port doesn't work either. The command literally does nothing when I try to join my own local server.

Any help would be much appreciated since I do not want to stop hosting as there are only a few good ping servers in SEA.

Cheers!

Did you check that the beacon port 15000 is reachable? (see here)

Hi. Yes as I mentioned in my post, anyone outside the local network can connect to it just fine, and it shows up on public server lists. Only computers being on the same LAN cannot see/join it. That's the only thing keeping me from hosting locally since I actually want to play on my server too.

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  • 25 May
 Arctyx

@Gambit said:

@Arctyx said:
Yep they're on the same local network here at home.

I did try the "open xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:7777" command on console as some people suggested but it does nothing for me when trying to connect to my local server.

Good luck on your case though, and if you do figure it out I'd love to hear how you fixed it. Cheers!

If it doesn't work in the console then your ports aren't open or you're using the wrong local address.

Not to hijack this topic, but anyway I did put on my post on the main Linux Dedicated Server guide which indicated my ports are indeed open as anyone outside the network is able to join my server just fine, and it gets traffic from randoms on the Internet. Only I being on the same network am unable to join/see it. And yes, I am 100% positive I am connecting to the correct local IP.

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  • 25 May
 Arctyx

Yep they're on the same local network here at home.

I did try the "open xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:7777" command on console as some people suggested but it does nothing for me when trying to connect to my local server.

Good luck on your case though, and if you do figure it out I'd love to hear how you fixed it. Cheers!

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  • 24 May
 Arctyx

Just wanted to point out I'm having the exact same issue as you:

https://mordhau.com/forum/topic/10348/dedicated-server-hosting-guide-linux/?page=5#c93

I really want to get my instance off EC2 since bandwidth costs are insane. But hosting locally on another computer on my local network is getting me nowhere because of this issue.

Hopefully someone takes a look at this since there seem to be a lot of people who are hosting locally just fine.

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  • 24 May
 Arctyx

Hi. I have an issue when hosting a server from another computer on my LAN. For some reason I cannot see or connect to it, while others outside my network can do so just fine. I followed this guide properly and have managed to set up a server as well on EC2 which is doing incredibly well:

https://www.battlemetrics.com/servers/mordhau/3601406

However since it started doing so well, EC2 got me good with the bandwidth costs (I'm bleeding $15/day on bandwidth costs, no idea why Mordhau DS is transferring so much data for a game server). That said, if I'm able to resolve my in-home hosting issues, then I can host my server free indefinitely.

For reference, here's my locally hosted duel server showing up online, but not for me:

https://www.battlemetrics.com/servers/mordhau/3626403

  • I followed exactly the same setup as my fully working AWS server.
  • I have forwarded the proper ports, and even tried using nonstandard ports to no avail.
  • I've checked and double checked the ports are open on the server machine itself (running Ubuntu Server 18.04)
  • It shows up on Internet Servers for everyone outside my network.
  • It doesn't show up on Local Servers for me.
  • open xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:port doesn't work either. The command literally does nothing when I try to join my own local server.

Any help would be much appreciated since I do not want to stop hosting as there are only a few good ping servers in SEA.

Cheers!