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Old 06-09-2019, 12:38 PM   #1
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Hey guys,

Is there someone who finally succeeded in creating a MP server, which can be seen in the list and can be joined?

A few hours ago I tried to create a server, locally I could see it properly in the list, I could administrate the dedicated server via the web-tool but nobody could see it in the master list.

What did I do?

Created a server using the default port.
Created a portmapper on https://www.feste-ip.net
Added the IPv6 of my server to the portmapper
Tried to check if the portmapper is working but got "Port is not opened"
Nobody could see the server in the list, only I could see it with my gaming desktop in the same network

I then tried to set the NAT-Filtering in my Netgear R7800 to "open", set the option to prevent DDOs to off (just for testing reasons....), basically opened the whole doors for 5 minutes and nada, feste-ip.net reported "Port closed" and nobody could see the server in the list and nobody was able to join via ipv6 or the forwarding I created in feste-ip.net

If someone is able to host a dedicated server using an internet connection with IPV6 only - how the heck do you do it ?

BR,
kreisch!
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Old 06-12-2019, 04:39 PM   #2
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Nobody is hosting a server using an internet connection with DualStack / IPV6 only?
Even if you are in doubt, I really appreciate any tips!
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