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 Luward
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  • Date joined 14 Jul '19
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  • 25 Jul '19
 Luward

No Ideas no how to fix it. I had to dump my TP Link router because it is not routing all my network traffic from all my devices. Issue could be install or router or security settings blocking connections. If you have different filter settings for the server browser, that would explain why you are getting different servers listed.

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  • 20 Jul '19
 Luward

can he join any others and can he join matchmaking?

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  • 18 Jul '19
 Luward

@Gambit said:
Connecting to a server on LAN has been recognised by the devs as having issues.

Using that information, I pulled out a 2nd router that I had used to segregate previous roommates for an unrelated security reason. After configuring port forwarding on the Netgear router with, AFAIR, otherwise default settings, roommate can connect to my server, but I cannot connect to his. I have pretty high security settings configured on my TP-Link, so either it is a security setting or TP-Link is not compatible with Mordhau hosting services. Hopefully that will help devs in isolating the issue with Mordhau over LAN. Possibly related: we also run an Ark server, which people can join over LAN, but not from remote networks, indicating there is something security related on my TP-Link.

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  • 18 Jul '19
 Luward

@Gambit said:

@Luward said:

Oh you misunderstand what remote means.

Nope

Microsoft disagrees with you. localhost is not referring to every device on your LAN it is only referring to your local host, aka the device you're directly interacting with. https://duckduckgo.com/?q=windows+localhost&t=brave&ia=web But whatever. It's off-topic.

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  • 18 Jul '19
 Luward

@TheForceGORILLA said:
check your ports forwarding, make sure 27015 is udp only, all others can be tcp or both, except the 27015, i had it on both and it didn't let anyone join but did show on server list, now changed to only udp people can find my server and join.

That didn't fix it. Still same error for local and remote clients.

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  • 18 Jul '19
 Luward

@Gambit said:

Connecting to a server on LAN has been recognised by the devs as having issues. You said you tried this on Manjaro and windows, neither of which are commonly used operating systems for remote hosts. If you are getting the issue you pointed out on a remote host, then you haven't port forwarded correctly. I'm trying to help you, your short responses are not helping me do that. This is a problem on your end not mine or Mordhau. So help us help you.

Oh you misunderstand what remote means.

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  • 17 Jul '19
 Luward

@TheForceGORILLA said:
i run the server on the same pc that runs the game, if i didn't i would need to buy the fucking game again just for the stupid fucking server files.....
works perfectly honestly. no issues, no lags. other players get nice pings also

So what setup instructions did you follow?

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  • 17 Jul '19
 Luward

@Gambit said:
You said you get the same with a remote host. That doesn't sound like a remote host.

I fail to see the reasoning behind having ports open and telling me I only have 1 computer.

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  • 17 Jul '19
 Luward

@Gambit said:
Then it's a port forwarding problem.

Firewall disabled on Manjaro computer, triple checked firewal rules to make sure ports on Windows computer are open and same with router. Forwarding 7777 all, 27015 all, 15000 all, 4778 all, 7787 all, 7781 all and 2720 all. Same for Windows firewall except 27000-27020 all.

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  • 17 Jul '19
 Luward

@Gambit said:

That's a known issue. Host it remotely.

same error

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  • 17 Jul '19
 Luward

What setup instructions did you follow? I can't join my server using the same computer that is hosting it. I've tried with WIndows and Manjaro. Either way I just get "failed to update server information"

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  • 15 Jul '19
 Luward

Is this Arch compatible or does this work with Wine?