ded server setup.
i just got s ded server setup for ja and it works for me and all. but i cant see it in the masterserver list online. and in favorites when i added it manually i just get my ip. only place i see the actual server name is in local and it has [UDP] after it.
can anyone help me on this? i do run a router but i was told that only 29070 needed to be forwarded
even age reloaded says its offline (but i can enter the server)
i also run a ut2004 server and dont have thi sproblem with it it displays fine.
i am runing JA+ mod 2.2 but this shouldnt be at fault. it doesnt even show regularly.
second question. is there a way to rotate game types without shuting the server off and editing the file? say going from FFA to CTF?
I had to forward 29060-29099 UDP (AND TCP) before I could play & host JA without problems. So try that...
And disable ZoneAlarm if you use it.
As to the master server thing, edit your cfg file and add the ones from this thread:
About switching gametypes mid game:
yea when i try those settings i get hitch warning in the window and never see it sending a heart beat to any servers.
to help out (stripped of all passes though) here
that has both my server cfg files (one in the BASE folde the other in the JAPLUS folder since i use that mod.) and an IMAGE of what my cmd window says.
Thanks for all the help
Hope you don't mind if I post here.
You have the order different than mine, I'm not sure how much it matters, but I would set it up THIS way and see if that helps:
Try this one and see if you still have problems.
As for JA+ I'm not touching that one with a 10 foot poll... but good luck. ; )
Does automapcycle work when you have a custom rotation? I haven't played with that in a while, but I seem to remember having to disable it to get my custom rotation to work right. I know I have it disabled now. If it does work with a custom rotation, what are the advantages?
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