I can connect but no one else can..

Discussion in 'Bukkit Help' started by SpaceMan0, Jun 20, 2012.

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    SpaceMan0

    Hello Bukkit Community, I have been having problems with my server. I use have my server up and my friends would play on it with me, but now no one can connect except me. Please help me thanks.


    I'm using an Actiontec GT724WG router/modem.
    I have port forwarded 25565 on both TCP, and UDP
    Any other information needed please ask.
     
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    kubaku4

    You have to forward port (Default is 25565) and give YOUR public ip to your friends.
     
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    SpaceMan0

    I have port forwarded 25565, I also updated the top part too.

    Someone please help me :(

    EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.
     
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    HollowCube

    What was the IP address you gave your friends?
     
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    SpaceMan0

    I'm using my no-ip account I gave them the one I set up. I also let my friends try my regular ip from http://www.whatismyip.org/

    Please help me as soon as possible.

    EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.
     
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    Bertware

    Your port forwarding is correctly? (25565 to the correct internal IP? What IP did you forward the port to?)
    There isn't a firewall blocking java?
    And don't bump you posts unless they're at least more then one day old...
     
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    SpaceMan0

    Sorry for bumping, and I am sure I used the correct port and with Actiontec there is no option for an ip you select your computer name. Which in my case is CodeMan-Hp
     
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    Bertware

    check your firewall.
     
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    SpaceMan0

    I don't have my firewall turned on for my router, the windows firewall I added the ports. I don't think it's firewall.
     
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    Bertware

    Did you also allow java? just to be sure.
     
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    SpaceMan0

    Like I said before I had a server that was working and people could join then I think a setting in the router got changed by a family member.
     
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    HollowCube

    If someone reset your router or it lost power temporarily your computer's IP changed. Open up a command prompt, type ipconfig, and port forward using the new IP address.
     
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    SpaceMan0

    I just said that port forwarding on my router doesn't require an ip. It requires computer name.

    Not to be rude.^
     
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