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SoggyHippo

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  1. SoggyHippo

    Port forwarding minecraft server on at&t buisness network

    Sorry for the late reply, I wasn't thinking earlier and I had just realized that. I can't access the settings for that gateway until monday.
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    Port forwarding minecraft server on at&t buisness network

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    Port forwarding minecraft server on at&t buisness network

    The first image is in cmd. Ethernet 5 is connected to the Att modem seen in the third image. Enthernet 7 is connected to the Nighthawk router seen in the second image. I don't know how to get into the att modem to port forward there. The fourth image is the port forwards of the Nighthawk router. The 101 ips are just the iDrac. .104 is the server. IMG_2074.HEIC IMG_2075.HEIC IMG_2076.HEIC IMG_2042.HEIC
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    Port forwarding minecraft server on at&t buisness network

    I tried connecting to the At&t modem and it didn't give me a default gateway in windows when I looked.
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    Port forwarding minecraft server on at&t buisness network

    it is possible to plug the computer straight into the modem however how would that help since the port forward is done through the router. Also, I am only connecting one of the ports on the computer apart from the Idrac to the router. Also, I am sure that I did not mix up the idrac and the server.
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    Port forwarding minecraft server on at&t buisness network

    They are separate. I have 4 gigabit ports on the motherboard, 4 gigabit ports on an intel network card, and one for the idrac. I have one on the motherboard plugged in and the idrac plugged in.
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    Port forwarding minecraft server on at&t buisness network

    Inbound and outbound are both 25565 and I set the IP address to what it is in windows so it should be working right but it isn't.
  8. I am hosting a minecraft server on a poweredge R610 which I found for $50 so I would reccomend to go find a prebuilt server since they work pretty well and you can get them cheap.
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    Port forwarding minecraft server on at&t buisness network

    What do you mean the modem and router also need to be port forwarded? I had gone into the router and port forwarded the server on port 25565.
  10. I have been trying to create a Minecraft server on a Dell PowerEdge R610 in windows 10. I am able to connect to it locally. However, people are not able to connect to it even though I port forwarded it on 25565. I have had multiple people test it and they cannot connect. It is on an At&t business network so that may be an issue. I am using a Nighthawk X6S as the router. I have tested it on a residential comcast connection and people were able to connect.
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    Ruinning Minecraft server on windows 10 VM

    Fixed that issue; how do i see if the bridge it pudblic not private?
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    Ruinning Minecraft server on windows 10 VM

    So i was just going to check on that and now it says port 1 is down. Also, it says I can't edit network settings now due to vms and docker service even though I havn't used docker service and all vms are off.
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    Ruinning Minecraft server on windows 10 VM

    The MAC address is different. Also, the MAC address for the device in the XFI app is the MAC address for UNRAID.
  14. SoggyHippo

    Ruinning Minecraft server on windows 10 VM

    So due to the fact that I have an Xfinity router, you have to port forward by the device. And the VM shows up as 10.0.0.160 even though in the VM when I do ipconfig it is 10.0.0.28.
  15. So I have a Dell PowerEdge R610 and have unraid installed. Unraid has an IP of 10.0.0.160. So I am trying to run a Minecraft server on a VM. Windows gives itself the IP as 10.0.0.28 which I am able to locally connect to that. However, I need to port forward the server. In the xfi app, it reads the VM as 10.0.0.160, not the one in windows: 10.0.0.28.
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