Can't access server

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Can't access server

Postby redshield3 » Mon 12 Jan 2015 22:55

OK so I followed the pinned tutorial, and I got everything set up on Centos 6 in a VM on OS X Yosemite. The network is set up as bridged and the VM has its own IP from my router (192.168.0.44) The server seems to launch correctly, this is the last bit of the serverlog.txt (ip address redacted):

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Initializing Server Protocol Property : 1.0
Variable ServerProtocol set to "1.0"
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Variable TimeLeft set to "4294967295"
Updating clients banned list
Entering in matchmaking state
Connecting to match making server
Connected to match making server
Stats URL for game http://87.98.143.182:10280/stats2/
Connection to match making server validated , dedicated server can be used by clients on IP XX.XXX.XXX.XXX:10803
ServerPropertyReporting listening for client !
Using http://87.98.143.182:10280/stats2/ as CouchDB stats source


However, I can't see it on the server list in Red Dragon. The client isn't on the same network as the server, so the NAT hairpin isn't the issue. The ports are forwarded on the router:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33331604/wargamehelp/Screenshot%202015-01-12%2014.48.18.png

but, canyouseeme.org times out for the selected port (10803). I can SSH just fine into the VM using my public IP and the other forwarded port:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33331604/wargamehelp/Screenshot%202015-01-12%2014.48.18.png

My launch code looks like this:

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LD_LIBRARY_PATH=${LD_LIBRARY_PATH}:./ ./wargame3-server +port 10803 +port_mms 10804 +rcon_port 10805 +rcon_password <redacted> +ip <redacted>


I'm sure the IP is correct (it's not a 192.168.x.x or 10.x.x.x), any ideas?

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Re: Can't access server

Postby redshield3 » Tue 13 Jan 2015 06:34

[Solved] by getting the Debian live torrent - just basically unpacked the tar and started it up fine... That CentOS stickied post cost me a lot of time, it needs to be updated or trashed. It's written for CentOS 6 and since 7 is out, 6 is sort of difficult to find an ISO for.

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Re: Can't access server

Postby Shifu » Sat 17 Jan 2015 20:48

I've added a note to the tutorial that it doesn't work for Centos 7

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Re: Can't access server

Postby icehawk308 » Wed 25 Mar 2015 22:28

Hi im having the same issue. Im a novice Ubuntu user with basic linux experience from a few years ago.

Ive followed the tutorial from here
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/f ... =324948531
The only thing I skipped from this from this tutorial was port forwarding. Ive turned off the firewall and gave exceptions to virtual box but while appearing to have a working server in terminal, no server appears ingame :?:

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Re: Can't access server

Postby Shifu » Thu 2 Apr 2015 16:14

Did you solve the problem by now? You probably need to do port forwarding.

On a side-note, I didn't know there are Steam tutorials, gonna have to check that out.

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