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Windows Cant connect to my server

kukagomide

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Hi guys, im new here and im not really sure if Im at the right place to make this post.. but here I go.
I followed this tutorial to create my first server (Your First Open Tibia Server (https://otland.net/threads/your-first-open-tibia-server.140934/page-13))
I can log in my server if I use my local connection on config lua (127.0.0.1/My own IP) but when I use my global ip or my static ip created on no-ip web site i cant log in.
  • I did the port fowarding (7171, 7172, 8080) and already checked if they are really open.
  • I also did the windows firewall exceptions on those ports (7171, 7172, 8080)
After all that people can't connect to my server, not sure what else I can do.. If any one got some ideas to share i would really appreciate it..
Thanks guys.
 
Solution
config.lua:
Lua:
ip = "your global ipv4 address"
bindOnlyGlobalAddress = false

ipchanger: connect with 127.0.0.1

port forward: local ipv4 (found through ipconfig)

C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts (make sure you open this file with admin permissions in your text editor):
domain_name = your no-ip address
local_ipv4 = your machine's ipv4 (ipconfig)
global_ipv4 = your global ip (what you put in config.lua)
Code:
127.0.0.1 localhost
global_ipv4 domain_name
local_ipv4 domain_name

windows firewall: make sure your tfs.exe is set to public as well

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config.lua:
Lua:
ip = "your global ipv4 address"
bindOnlyGlobalAddress = false

ipchanger: connect with 127.0.0.1

port forward: local ipv4 (found through ipconfig)

C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts (make sure you open this file with admin permissions in your text editor):
domain_name = your no-ip address
local_ipv4 = your machine's ipv4 (ipconfig)
global_ipv4 = your global ip (what you put in config.lua)
Code:
127.0.0.1 localhost
global_ipv4 domain_name
local_ipv4 domain_name

windows firewall: make sure your tfs.exe is set to public as well
 
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lukatxd

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config.lua:
Lua:
ip = "your global ipv4 address"
bindOnlyGlobalAddress = false

ipchanger: connect with 127.0.0.1

port forward: local ipv4 (found through ipconfig)

C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts (make sure you open this file with admin permissions in your text editor):
domain_name = your no-ip address
local_ipv4 = your machine's ipv4 (ipconfig)
global_ipv4 = your global ip (what you put in config.lua)
Code:
127.0.0.1 localhost
global_ipv4 domain_name
local_ipv4 domain_name

windows firewall: make sure your tfs.exe is set to public as well
I'm having issues accessing my site (MyAAC) from global ip or DNS, however my friends can access my game server through the DNS in ip-changer. will try this approach and see if anything changes

EDIT: THANK YOU! now I can at least see my site from outside localhost

@Infernum, can you help me further in my thread?

EDIT once more: No it didnt actually help put my site online for others to see.
 

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