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What am I doing wrong with Network config and Port Forwarding?

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  • Last Post 23 October 2020
IceCube posted this 23 October 2020

I am completely dumbfounded right now and I need your help.

I have been trying to set up a Minecraft server through amp and it sort of works, but i can not connect to it externally. This server is fully functional within my network. I have been trying for days now and cannot for the life of me figure it out. I have everything properly forded through my router and It is detectable on yougetsignal.com And CanYouSeeMe.org with both saying the default port for minecraft is open (Port 25565). I have tried to make an exception in windows firewall and even turned it off with no effect. I have done 2 reinstalls and have also done countless restarts. Every ip used for this server is fully assignmed so no problems with swaping Ips. I also atempted to put the local ip into my routers DMZ and this also had no effect. I believe this to be a computer issue and not a router issue. If you could help me with any solutions that would be great! Below is more info!

Internet provider - Spectrum

Router - Spectrum RAC2V1K

As an FYI i am running on a server that has 4 nics if that info would help

Trying to connect from external ip

Server is hosted locally on 192.168.1.138 on Port 25565

Yougetsignal.com test

CanYouSeeMe.org test

Router Port Forwarding Config

AMP - General Support Info

AMP - Minecraft Instance Support Info

Minecraft Log

If any more logs are needed please ask and I can post them to pastebin.

Mike posted this 23 October 2020

Make sure your local firewall rules are based on the ports, and not the executable. Do not use the DMZ.

See our guide for diagnosing connectivity issues: https://wiki.cubecoders.com/Diagnosing-Connectivity-Issues

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