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Smert4el

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1 минуту назад, Лорд сказал:

Address these questions to your antivirus software..

Disabled the antivirus. The problem is that the server only works on one port and does not pass the second one.

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31 минуту назад, Xabi сказал:

Did you open both ports? 22005 has to be UDP and 22006 is TCP/IP. You will have to connect to 22005 to play, but it will download the resources from 22006.

So I did! I just can't understand why the 22005 port doesn't pass. I change in configurations to port 22004 then port 22005 passes over http but port 22004 does not pass. As a result only the http server works and the main game server does not work

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В 08.06.2020 в 18:43, Smert4el сказал:

So I did! I just can't understand why the 22005 port doesn't pass. I change in configurations to port 22004 then port 22005 passes over http but port 22004 does not pass. As a result only the http server works and the main game server does not work

same problem

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I am having this problem myself... I launch the RageMP Multiplayer server on a Windows Server 2022 machine.  Using netstat, I can see that it is listening for TCP on port 22006 and UDP on port 22005, however, I am unable to connect to the server using port 22005.

I have tried many things, and it just will not accept connections on port 22005.  All my firewall rules are wide open.  No A/V software is running.

I'm out of ideas and hoping someone might have a suggestion for me?

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On 4/4/2023 at 12:06 AM, Opie West said:

I am having this problem myself... I launch the RageMP Multiplayer server on a Windows Server 2022 machine.  Using netstat, I can see that it is listening for TCP on port 22006 and UDP on port 22005, however, I am unable to connect to the server using port 22005.

I have tried many things, and it just will not accept connections on port 22005.  All my firewall rules are wide open.  No A/V software is running.

I'm out of ideas and hoping someone might have a suggestion for me?

my issue is when trying to connect from the master list. if i connect directly with 127 ip and 22005, i can connect to my server just fine. but when i connect from public master list, it gives me connection error. and when you check the direct connect with ip icon, you can see the public server has my public ip address that starts with 94. i port forwarded 22005 for udp and 06 for tcp but nothing. cant find any help anywhere because its new. this guy im following his tutorials on youtube was able to get his friend on his local server so im sure there's a way.

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On 4/4/2023 at 12:06 AM, Opie West said:

I am having this problem myself... I launch the RageMP Multiplayer server on a Windows Server 2022 machine.  Using netstat, I can see that it is listening for TCP on port 22006 and UDP on port 22005, however, I am unable to connect to the server using port 22005.

I have tried many things, and it just will not accept connections on port 22005.  All my firewall rules are wide open.  No A/V software is running.

I'm out of ideas and hoping someone might have a suggestion for me?

when i bind the 127 ip in the config file, it starts fine but soon gives me error that it cannot connect to master list (in the cmd, in intervals). but if i bind(use the bind command in json config file) the ip thats i forwarded in my router (which is the 194 one) and has the udp/tcp ports open, then it runs fine. it still won't let me join my server from the public master list, but no more errors in the cmd and i can connect directly using 194 ip and port 22005. i think if i were to host it the problem would go away maybe. here's the link to the guy that got me up and running with scripting right away. his videos are gold. https://www.youtube.com/@MipPesok/videos

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