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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello, so I have a server with the port set to 25565, it's not Minecraft but when I port forward if it's not open for others but I can connect with the port, when I open another server with that port instead I can connect to that one. Is it some firewall settings or something. The game is unturned btw


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2 hours ago, Kanna said:

Hello, so I have a server with the port set to 25565, it's not Minecraft but when I port forward if it's not open for others but I can connect with the port, when I open another server with that port instead I can connect to that one. Is it some firewall settings or something. The game is unturned btw

How have you done the port forwarding? Is the server config specified to use 25565? or just in the router?

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Did you verify you're not behind a Double NAT?

 

What ISP connection type do you have (DSL/Coax/Fiber/LTE)? Some ISP's don't allow Port Forwarding.

 

When you connect to the server are you using your Public IP or the IP of the server?


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10 hours ago, AbsoluteFool said:

How have you done the port forwarding? Is the server config specified to use 25565? or just in the router?

Yes as I said I configured it to use port 25565 and I can connect using the port so config is right


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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 hours ago, Windows7ge said:

Did you verify you're not behind a Double NAT?

 

What ISP connection type do you have (DSL/Coax/Fiber/LTE)? Some ISP's don't allow Port Forwarding.

 

When you connect to the server are you using your Public IP or the IP of the server?

What's a Double NAT

The router is cabled via the telejacket 

I use my domain i also tried the public still nothing


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34 minutes ago, Kanna said:

I use my domain i also tried the public still nothing

You'd need NAT hairpin to connect to your own public from the inside.

 

Usually you'll also need to permit internet/public space on the host's firewall in order to accept inbound connections from those.


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8 minutes ago, beersykins said:

You'd need NAT hairpin to connect to your own public from the inside.

 

Usually you'll also need to permit internet/public space on the host's firewall in order to accept inbound connections from those.

no like my friend tries to connect


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4 minutes ago, Kanna said:

no like my friend tries to connect

So do the second part of that ;)


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40 minutes ago, beersykins said:

So do the second part of that ;)

i have allowed public and private in windows firewall for unturned


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2 hours ago, Kanna said:

i have allowed public and private in windows firewall for unturned

Windows firewall? You have to fix this in your router.. Your pc means really nothing for your router unless you give it specific permission

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3 hours ago, beersykins said:

You'd need NAT hairpin to connect to your own public from the inside.

 

Usually you'll also need to permit internet/public space on the host's firewall in order to accept inbound connections from those.

NAT hairpinning is found on literally all routers older than 2006... 

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1 hour ago, AbsoluteFool said:

Windows firewall? You have to fix this in your router.. Your pc means really nothing for your router unless you give it specific permission

Well I am going to try to do the server on a Linux machine it has easier to disable firewall, and the port works when I forward for minecraft


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