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  1. Im trying to port forward on my normal pc to work on my server with my friends! but its not working at all i tried alot of stuff and cant figure it out i go to the router setting and add a port forward but when i run the server and go to canyouseeme.org it says its offline i have windows 7 and my router is a D-Link DSL 6850U i think its a new model.
  2. I've tried everything and rlly don't know why it still doesn't find the port :/ Every attempts to help is welcome. Reply here or add me on skype : nielskeeeeeeeen
  3. Hey, i got a problem, my router has the port 43594 open but canyouseeme.org cannot see my device running. So i only putted port 43594 in settings.java, do i have to put somwhere else also port 43594? Beceause my other server does work, but another one not. Im using 718 revision so do i need to put 43594 in the server somwhere? The client does connect to the server, and port 43594 is OPEN and my server cannot be found by canyouseeme.org But my other server can be found here is proof: This server is succes: [url]http://i.gyazo.com/49fa9a16d519f2b77f17c0a17c6815ca.png[/url] But this server doesn't work: [url]http://i.gyazo.com/25cc1cdf253e918dfb6a29242dccc429.png[/url]
  4. Using a Netgear WNR2000v3, changed the ports to 43594, made sure everything is correct, checked if my port was open via canyouseeme.org, and changed the new rule under the firewall to check the ports. If anyone can help thanks.
  5. Please help PF ,I will give you anything like any rank on my server please ill let u have lvl 138 pk spawn items and stuff. Add me on Skype please : Bacreator
  6. [FONT=Arial Black][SIZE=5][CENTER] I noticed that this was posted here: [url]http://www.runelocus.com/forums/showthread.php?5690-Automatic-Port-Forwarding[/url] but you may close this thread or use this as the font and such is a little better. His thread was copied and pasted also, mine was too. One of the many annoyances of running a server is having to open up port 43594 (or whatever port you are using) in your router. Portforward.com has helped make this an easy process, but if you don't know your password to your router, you're out of luck. Luckily, there's a technology called UPnP that can resolve this. Basically, it lets devices on your network discover and talk to each other. One use of this is to find the router, and tell it to add a port forwarding entry. We can use this to automatically port forward for our private server. Note: UPnP has to be enabled in the router for this to work, and in most routers it is. There is a UPnP library written in Java called UPnPLib, and I have packaged it along with a simple class I wrote to add port forwarding entries into this JAR file: [IMG]http://www.allgofree.org/pics/jar.png[/IMG] [URL="http://www.allgofree.org/java/AllGoFreePortForwarding.jar"]AllGoFreePortForwarding.jar[/URL] Step 1: Download the file above, and BACKUP your server before you attempt this. This is a very simple addition, but if you don't know what you've done wrong you will have a hard time fixing it! Step 2: Place the file in the correct location. If you are using a 317 server, place the JAR file in the server's folder with all the source (.java) and class (.class) files. [IMG]http://www.allgofree.org/pics/portforwardtutorial/317placement.png[/IMG] Step 3: Now that we have placed the JAR file in a location where the server can get at it, we need to include it in your server's classpath. The classpath is a list of places for the JVM to look for class files when the server is running. To add the JAR to your server's classpath, open the files you use to compile and run your server. Here is an example picture from a 317 server: [IMG]http://www.allgofree.org/pics/portforwardtutorial/317files1.png[/IMG] The -cp option is used with the compiler and the server to modify the classpath. To add multiple folders/files to the classpath, you separate the paths with a semicolon on Windows (;) and a colon (:) on UNIX-like systems such as Linux or Mac OS X. You must add the JAR file to the classpath of every java or javac command in both of the run and compile files. Follow these steps to do this: 1. If there isn't a -cp option anywhere in the file already, add one after the java/javac command. 317: [IMG]http://www.allgofree.org/pics/portforwardtutorial/317files2.png[/IMG] 2. Add the path to the JAR file to the classpath. Since we placed the JAR file in the same folder as the server code, the path to it is: .\AllGoFreePortForwarding.jar (or ./AllGoFreePortForwarding.jar on UNIX-like systems) If there is already something after the -cp option, add a path separator (the ; character on Windows) after what is already there, and then add the path to the JAR file. 317 (Windows file paths): [IMG]http://www.allgofree.org/pics/portforwardtutorial/317files3b.png[/IMG] Step 4: Test both the compile and run scripts that you just edited. They should work exactly as they did before, if they do not, restore your backup and start over from the beginning or post for help, including the contents of both your run and compile scripts, and what server type you are doing this on. Step 5: If your compile and run scripts are still functioning, then you are almost done! All you have to do is add in the few lines of code that actually do the port forwarding. 317: Open the file "Server.java" or "server.java", and find this: [CODE]public static void main(String[] args)[/CODE] [IMG]http://www.allgofree.org/pics/portforwardtutorial/317code1.png[/IMG] Once you've found it, simple add this code on a new line after the opening bracket of the method: [CODE]try { System.out.println("Automatically port forwarding..."); org.allgofree.upnp.UpnpPortForwarder.INSTANCE.addMapping(43594); System.out.println("Automatic port forwarding complete."); } catch (Exception ex) { System.out.println("Could not automatically port forward, stacktrace:"); ex.printStackTrace(); }[/CODE] [IMG]http://www.allgofree.org/pics/portforwardtutorial/317code2b.png[/IMG] Of course you can change 43594 to whatever port you want to be forwarded, but it should match the port that your server is running on. Step 6: Compile and run your server, and if you get the message "Automatic port forwarding complete.", then your server was successful in opening up the port in your router. Now pat yourself on the back and get back to work! Good luck. Need help? Ask me. I will help you install it for free. Credits to ry60003333 [/CENTER][/SIZE][/FONT]
  7. well i have a port forwarding problem i pf correctly and i go on rspscoding.org and i anna add y server iv added my no-ip and that iv opend my port on firewall and i go to canyouseeme.org and i put 43594 in port and this comes up Error: I could not see your service on My IP on port (43594) Reason: Connection timed out can someone fix this please
  8. I need help port forwarding. i have tried and tried and not just today. over the years with different routers. i guess i just cant read a forum and know how i need someone to show me on tv or skype or something. that would be so awesome. thanks.
  9. hey guys how do you port-forward a bell router for your rsps? can someone either guide me through it or leave me a tutorial? THANKS!
  10. Well I was reading about how to create your own Private Server and I had to find my own Router/Modem so I searched it, then I found it but when I clicked on 'Telenet' (My Modem/Router) and there didn't pop up anything just an error. Anyone know how this comes?
  11. I'm on the step for port forwarding and I try to put my IPv4 in the browser but when I press enter, it says "Google Chrome could not connect to (my ipv4)" like this image shows: [ATTACH=CONFIG]7979[/ATTACH] My operation system is Windows 7 x64 if that is needed to help me. Thank you so much for your time!
  12. :mad: i tried to forward alot but its added but its not running i dont know how to fix it so if anyone could help me plsssssssssssssssssssss HELP my server is 667/714
  13. I need some help port forwarding, I've entered my local IP into Google and search, I went to website with all my ports and clicked port forwarding then entered in port for server but i tested to see if I was port forwarded and it said I was not. [IMG]http://gyazo.com/83a08baa8f5a40b5e2fa458eb296549c.png?1361824178[/IMG] [IMG]http://gyazo.com/151da427999a8ee772b8f3577e2332e0.png?1361824161[/IMG] Help would be great! add me on skype- Nighthawk.sevador.
  14. Can someone please help me ith portforwarding? I need help really bad heres the problem 1. I Watch all kinds of youtube videos and nothing help me I did everthing what they said and nothing 2. After when I port forward it I went to [url=http://www.canyouseeme.org]Open Port Check Tool[/url] and type in 43594 in the port and it said " Error: I could not see your service on (IPADRESS) on port (43594) Reason: Connection refused " I tried everything and nothing work. Can someone please help me fix this error. I do have skype its : xsunnyx484 : Please add me and help me because I'd been trying to host a server for the longest and nothing working. Thanks [img]http://www.upload.ee/image/3003017/Untitled.png[/img]
  15. whenever i try and log into my server it says error connecting to server and ive portforwarded listening to the guide on here so pl0000xxxxxx help meh??????
  16. Hi again Im currently using an actiontec V1000H for my ports and my current ISP is telus So im trying to port forward my ports and once I do it looks like this : [IMG]http://i46.tinypic.com/mtox9f.png[/IMG] Once I was done with that i went to check the status of it through runelocus and it says it is offline [IMG]http://i50.tinypic.com/2hx59c2.png[/IMG] -Kyle
  17. B Bout

    Port Forwarding?

    I cant figure this out. I type my IP into internet explore and nothing happens. Also, my router is not listed. (<-- might be why i cant figure this out)
  18. Title says it all. I'm new to all this, and having some troubles like any "noob". Someone tried helping me through teamviewer but he couldn't figure out how to port forward. If anyone can help me or thinks they can help me fell free to try. :) Oh, and the source and client I downloaded was labelled as a 317, but the one that tried helping me says it's a 508+, can anyone verify this so i'm not labelling this with the wrong one? It's the Phoenix-Pekay source and client. Thanks ahead of time, Roo.
  19. Hey guys i got the client to run but it says error connecting to server. And I cant login to my ip as every time it try to enter the password it adds like 5 numbers. I thought I could use portmap but it does not work? any suggestions ty Bubb
  20. [B]Full Credits to the original owner of this tutorial i am just here to post it to help you![/B] [b]I am aware that their is already a tutorial about creating a private server, however I believe that mine is more detailed and includes a very detailed porforwarding guide for those with netgear, This topic has 31,000 views on another forum and helped hundreds or thousands of people So I'm going to post it here.[/b] ©Zykev2 Not to be used on ANY site without the permission of Zykev2. [color=red]BEFORE YOU TALK ABOUT UNORGANIZED OR UPDATING, I'm doing EVERYTHING NOW.[/color] [size=7][color=blue]Zykev2's Server Making tutorial![/color][/size] [b]I am kind of in a rush so I will clean this up a little latter[/b] //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// [size=4][color=green]Table of contents[/color][/size] Step 1.........................Getting JDK Step 2.........................Getting a NO-IP Step 3.........................Downloading NO-IP Step 4.........................Getting a server source (Base) Step 5.........................Getting rid of the \'Cannot find specified path error\' Step 6.........................Portforwarding and opening the default port /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// [b]FAQ AND RULES TO POST HERE[/b] [b]Can we post our server link just to tell you...[/b] NO! Your server IP does not matter here if you post it you will be reported AND I will not help you [b]No body can connect to my server!!!!![/b] You did not portforward correctly as of now I am not taking any portforward questions please go here [url=http://www.portforward.com]PortForward.com - Port Forwarding Guides Listed by Manufacturer and Model[/url] [b]Keeps saying I need java but I have like 5![/b] Uninstall all previous versions then change it on your compiler as said below. [b]Can we PM you or message you on MSN for help[/b] I would rather you not, However you can send me a message on here, last time I released this guide over 150 people in just 2 days added me on MSN to ask questions so just post it on this topic. [b]MORE TO BE ADDED[/b] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [size=7][color=green]USEFUL LINKS[/color][/size] [URL="http://no-ip.com"]no-ip[/URL] [url="http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp"]Java Download[/url] [url="http://download.cnet.com/WinRAR-32-bit/3000-2250_4-10007677.html"]WinRar[/url] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [size=6][b]Step 1: Getting JDK[/b][/size] [i]First go to this link[/i] [url=http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp]Java Downloads for All Operating Systems[/url] Then select the FIRST version \'online\'. And basically thats it once it is downloaded you now have JDK. Its really as simple as that no need to explain further. [img]http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll37/zykev2/server8-1.jpg[/img] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [size=6][b]Step 2: GETTING A NO-IP[/b][/size] This is probably the easiest part of making a server. How you do this is go to [url=http://www.no-ip.com]No-IP - Dynamic DNS, Static DNS for Your Dynamic IP[/url] once you are there [i]sign up[/i] and [i]log[/i] in and under [i]HOST > REDIRECTS > click ADD[/i] and fill it in like this [IMG]http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll37/zykev2/server9-2.jpg[/IMG] Where it says [i]HOSTNAME[/i] thats what you need to fill in. so it would be for example [u]Testingscape[/u] then on the drop down box select your hostname lets say we want it to be .no-ip.biz so we would select no-ip Testingscape.no-ip.biz now DONT CHANGE ANYTHING ELSE click add host. and thats it. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [size=6]Step 3:[b]DOWNLOADING NO-IP[/b][/size] Great now after selecting your hostname on the no-ip.com go to [i]DOWNLOADS[/i] and you should pop up to a screen similar to this [IMG]http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll37/zykev2/server10-1-1.jpg[/IMG] Click that and you should pop up to a screen like this [IMG]http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll37/zykev2/server11-2.jpg[/IMG] Click [i]download[/i]. Now once it is downloaded sign in with your username and password for no-ip if it did not auto sign in. You can do this by on the no-ip screen the little one click \'EDIT\' then sign in and your IP\'s should pop up like this [IMG]http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll37/zykev2/server12-1.jpg[/IMG] Check mark the place before the IP you want to use. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [size=6][b]Step 4: Getting a server source (base)[/b][/size] Go to a website such as Runelocus or Silabsoft where downloads are avalible and pick a server for example. [IMG]http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll37/zykev2/server2-1.jpg[/IMG] Now for the sake of example I am going to pick my server source. (Cryptchaos) [b]You can choose it or anyone you want.[/b] Find the download link on the topic for the source you're going to use and download it. [img]http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll37/zykev2/server3.jpg[/img] Once you downloaded ANY source it should be in .zip or .rar format, You should have winRAR now it should pop up to a screen like this [IMG]http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll37/zykev2/server4-1.jpg[/IMG] Click the extract button and extract it to desktop [IMG]http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll37/zykev2/server5-1.jpg[/IMG] Now it should pop up to a regular folder on your desktop. Open your folder. [size=6][b]Step 5: Getting rid of the 'Cannot find specified path error'[/b][/size] Once you have your source folder open try to click the 'run' or 'runserver' or whatever it says and if it says something like cannot find specifed path or a java website pops up go back to your 'run' file and... Right click > Edit > and paste this code [code] [MENTION=7458]echo[/MENTION] off title YOUR SERVER COMPILER color 0a "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_#\bin\java.exe" -cp .;.jar server pause [/code] Where it says the [i]#[/i] is your java version we downloaded so which ever version of JDK you have use that. If you have JRE that can work too just use this [code] [MENTION=7458]echo[/MENTION] off title YOUR SERVER COMPILER color 0a "C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0_#\bin\java.exe" -cp .;.jar server pause [/code] Now if that still does not work then we need to get your computer to read it. Go to [b]My computer[/b] Under System Tasks [b]View system information[/b] System properties should pop up go to [b]Advanced[/b] then [b]Environmental Variables[/b] User variables [b]Click 'NEW' and name it CLASSPATH[/b] paste this code into it [code]CLASSPATH=C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_0#\bin;%CLASSPATH%;[/code] [b]Again replace the # with the version of java you have.[/b] [b]Again under 'user variables' name it PATH[/b] And paste this code in [code] C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_0#\bin [/code] Again replace the [i]#[/i] with your version of java. Click ok on both screens. [b]CONGRATULATIONS YOU NOW SET UP YOUR SERVER[/b]
  21. Beezki

    Port Forwarding Help

    Ok well i have a linksys router and i port forward and go into the gaming section. Where it asks you for the ip when i enter mine and click save changes it gives me an error "Ip address cant be LAN IP!"
  22. Everytime i portforward port 43594 on 2wire it keeps saying connection timed out.... Can anybody help me? Comment or pm me please
  23. I have a Motorola modem and i cant seem to get it to port forward, i just got a new one that same modem i had before and i cant seem to get it to work, can anyone help me out?
  24. Starkzter

    Port Forwarding

    I'm no noob to port forwarding. But I'm at my relatives house this weekend and I still want to run my server so my friend can help me find/fix bugs. So I went on my router and forwarded the port 43594 and applied it. I also changed the IP on the no-ip host. But it still says that port is closed. Router: Netgear DGN2200v3 Picture of Firewall Settings: [url]http://screensnapr.com/v/zVT9jR.png[/url] I'm using Wireless & Ethernet If you can help me, please leave a comment below.
  25. paying 10€ after you portforwarded it with team viewer i want to start my server all i want if you get that ready i pay