[Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

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Re: [Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

by ParaklataChotou » Sat Aug 20, 2016 14:54

miloszs wrote:what i have to do in firewall?

it's not on firewall on Control Panel.
It's on gateway firewall option.
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Re: [Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

by miloszs » Sun Oct 16, 2016 11:40

i can join my wordl in server list with my IPv4 IP but other players cant join that world. (i did server announce:true)
 

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Re: [Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

by margroloc » Sun Oct 16, 2016 22:01

Is this guide still up to date?

It mentions editing a minetest.config file, but there are no .config files. Did you mean to write minetest.conf?

If so, which minetest.conf file are we supposed to be editing? There are two included in the windows download...

One is in
\minetest-0.4.14-win64\minetest-0.4.14

The other is in
\minetest-0.4.14-win64\minetest-0.4.14\games\minetest_game

The minetest.conf.example text files also don't include the same commands as listed here in the reference file
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/minet ... nf.example
so what in the world is going on?

This is super confusing, because one is blank while the otherone is a blob of text. Which do we use? What's going on?
 

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Re: [Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

by Chiu ChunLing » Wed Oct 26, 2016 08:24

I have a problem getting my port forwarding working. I've set up my default gateway as instructed, but http://portchecker.co/check still says the port isn't open and others can't get access to the game world from outside the local network (I can access the server from other computers inside the local network just fine, as well as from my own computer).

I've successfully forwarded ports before, but I think that something has changed that is messing things up. I tried putting a rule in my firewall that excepts the port in question (as described at http://www.thewindowsclub.com/block-ope ... 8-firewall), but that hasn't worked and if it isn't necessary I'd rather revert that change. The other thing that I've noticed is that the private IP addresses of everything on the network has changed from what it used to be, the default gateway (as listed by ipconfig) is now 10.0.0.1 and my computer is 10.0.0.7, but the gateway used to be 192.168.1.2 (and before that it was 192.168.1.1, but Google Fiber put their modem there). I can still access my router at 192.168.1.2 as well as at 10.0.0.1, and I can bring up the GF modem at 192.168.1.1 (and I don't know any alternate private IP for it).

So should I be following https://support.google.com/fiber/answer/4646676 to configure UPnP forwarding, or https://support.google.com/fiber/answer/4643957 to have both the GF Network Box (and my router) forward the port, or forwarding everything and setting up a DMZ, or what?
 

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Re: [Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

by ParaklataChotou » Thu Oct 27, 2016 01:11

Chiu ChunLing wrote:I have a problem getting my port forwarding working. I've set up my default gateway as instructed, but http://portchecker.co/check still says the port isn't open and others can't get access to the game world from outside the local network (I can access the server from other computers inside the local network just fine, as well as from my own computer).

I've successfully forwarded ports before, but I think that something has changed that is messing things up. I tried putting a rule in my firewall that excepts the port in question (as described at http://www.thewindowsclub.com/block-ope ... 8-firewall), but that hasn't worked and if it isn't necessary I'd rather revert that change. The other thing that I've noticed is that the private IP addresses of everything on the network has changed from what it used to be, the default gateway (as listed by ipconfig) is now 10.0.0.1 and my computer is 10.0.0.7, but the gateway used to be 192.168.1.2 (and before that it was 192.168.1.1, but Google Fiber put their modem there). I can still access my router at 192.168.1.2 as well as at 10.0.0.1, and I can bring up the GF modem at 192.168.1.1 (and I don't know any alternate private IP for it).

So should I be following https://support.google.com/fiber/answer/4646676 to configure UPnP forwarding, or https://support.google.com/fiber/answer/4643957 to have both the GF Network Box (and my router) forward the port, or forwarding everything and setting up a DMZ, or what?

When you open the server on shortcut, you don't need to open it again - it's already open. So, the way you can join to server as admin user, is going to server list. Not on server tab.
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Re: [Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

by Chiu ChunLing » Thu Oct 27, 2016 03:09

I can run a server. Players can log into the server as a client from any computer on my local network. I can also log in as the admin user from my own computer. This is not the problem.

The problem is that forwarding the port on my router doesn't work to allow players to connect over the internet. When I check my port forwarding online the port is still blocked. I believe this may have to do with the change in my ISP introducing a a Google Fiber Network Box at the top of my local network. If that were the case, what would be the most appropriate means of getting the Google Fiber Network Box to forward the port?
 

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Re: [Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

by ParaklataChotou » Thu Oct 27, 2016 08:35

Chiu ChunLing wrote:I can run a server. Players can log into the server as a client from any computer on my local network. I can also log in as the admin user from my own computer. This is not the problem.

The problem is that forwarding the port on my router doesn't work to allow players to connect over the internet. When I check my port forwarding online the port is still blocked. I believe this may have to do with the change in my ISP introducing a a Google Fiber Network Box at the top of my local network. If that were the case, what would be the most appropriate means of getting the Google Fiber Network Box to forward the port?

ok, if you followed the instructions Server Announce is on. Ok.
Did you remember the gateway part? There's something that some routers happen. Some routers it's impossible stablish an static IP. If you try to do this in Control Panel on Internet Option, the Internet will not work. But there's another option that you can do. In your Gateway Page, find Firewall option. Then there will be an option to add the internal ip address. Add it and enable it. Or, if it doesn't appear, check if in Firewall area of Gateway page there's other option (such as DMZ) . It helped me to make my pc recognize ip and now I can run servers.
CraigyDavi wrote:You need to get to the port forwarding settings. They may be under the firewall settings. It may also be called “Forward a new game/application.
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Re: [Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

by Xudo » Thu Nov 10, 2016 17:27

I think it is better to make batch file to start a server. It is just a text file with name "start.bat" containing text
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minetest.exe --server --worldname WorldName > log.txt
pause

On error it will not close immediately and text of any error will present in file "log.txt"
 

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Re: [Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

by SuperPantsofDoom » Sat Feb 18, 2017 16:35

Xudo wrote:I think it is better to make batch file to start a server. It is just a text file with name "start.bat" containing text
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minetest.exe --server --worldname WorldName > log.txt
pause

On error it will not close immediately and text of any error will present in file "log.txt"


what DIR should this be in
 

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Re: [Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

by ynong123 » Sun May 07, 2017 04:04

I want my server running on my domain servers.ynong123.tk with port 30001. I set a SRV record in my zone file:

Name: _minetest._udp.servers.ynong123.tk.
TTL: 14400
Priority: 0
Weight: 5
Port: 30001
Target: servers.ynong123.tk

I also set an A record:

Name: servers.ynong123.tk.
TTL: 14400
Target: xxx.xxx.xx.xxx (My external IP address)

In my minetest.conf file, I set server_address to servers.ynong123.tk.

When I launch the server, the command prompt says that the server was running on 0.0.0.0:30001.

What is the problem? How do I solve it?
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Re: [Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

by azekill_DIABLO » Thu Sep 14, 2017 16:49

ManElevation wrote:
azekill_DIABLO wrote:Is it secure?

:I yes

what is dat little face? I just ask a second time to be sure! :]
 

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Re: [Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

by ManElevation » Thu Sep 14, 2017 16:53

azekill_DIABLO wrote:
ManElevation wrote:
azekill_DIABLO wrote:Is it secure?

:I yes

what is dat little face? I just ask a second time to be sure! :]

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Re: [Guide] Create and maintain a server on Windows

by Enrikoo » Fri Nov 17, 2017 05:34

I still don't understand how to create servers, i use o2 Box
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