Single Player to Public Server

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Single Player to Public Server

by SmellyBut » Thu Jul 18, 2013 00:00

Can you use a world you made in single player and make it some how into a Public server to play?

Also any tips when starting a server?
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by PilzAdam » Thu Jul 18, 2013 00:01

SmellyBut wrote:Can you use a world you made in single player and make it some how into a Public server to play?

Of course you can, just start a server with the map.
 

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by Rancon » Thu Jul 18, 2013 00:17

First, open a command window. Type ipconfig. Find the computer's internal ip and type that in the address bar. Log in. Go to the applications and gaming tab. Then, go to the subtab Port Range forwarding. Type in the port you want ex. 30000-30000 and type the last digits of ipv4 in the to ip adress section. The application name would be Minetest
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by PilzAdam » Thu Jul 18, 2013 00:24

Rancon wrote:First, open a command window. Type ipconfig. Find the computer's internal ip and type that in the address bar. Log in. Go to the applications and gaming tab. Then, go to the subtab Port Range forwarding. Type in the port you want ex. 30000-30000 and type the last digits of ipv4 in the to ip adress section. The application name would be Minetest

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by Rancon » Thu Jul 18, 2013 00:33

PilzAdam wrote:
Rancon wrote:First, open a command window. Type ipconfig. Find the computer's internal ip and type that in the address bar. Log in. Go to the applications and gaming tab. Then, go to the subtab Port Range forwarding. Type in the port you want ex. 30000-30000 and type the last digits of ipv4 in the to ip adress section. The application name would be Minetest

What are you trying to explain here?

How to port forward.
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by Darkbee » Thu Jul 18, 2013 13:07

One thing to watch out for is that if you've created any locked doors or locked chests (or anything else that pertains to a specific player) in the singleplayer mode, then when running the game as a server those items will belong to "Singleplayer", so your new character won't be able to use them.

You can see the thread I started for a solution to get around that issue.
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