I'm having a problem setting up my minecraft server. Every time I try to join my own server,
I get the error "Connection lost You need to log in!" I have seen others successfully join (via the
console), but cannot join myself. (Others on my network cannot either.)
Ports are forwarded correctly, and with the same setup it used to work (about 2-3 weeks ago I think.)
My operating system is Windows Vista, with a dlink 802.11g router. Tried firewall on and off, and even
tried using it without the router in between, and still had the same error. Tried changing verify names to false,
changing the port number multiple times, and changing server name. Tried downloading the latest minecraft-server
off of minecraft.net to see if perhaps something changed. I still have the same error.
Minecraft login is verified via cookies, the username and password are embeded in the HTML for the applet the applet then verifies they're correct. If you don't have the parameters passed to minecraft then you can't play, I assume by downloading the game the parameters are not being passed therefore it assumes no login.
I installed server on a mac, was able to connect via the download client. Installed server on a Windows Vista, tried the same thing and now my mac won't connect. Server logs say I'm not logged in. Mac fights Windows.. boo
I had the same problem with minecraft-server.jar, both local and remote connections crashing the game client and spitting out "Kicking /(IP): You need to log in!"
So I got things going with Minecraft_Server.exe and had no problems...until I got others to connect.
Every time they do my ROUTER CRASHES. I've wasted more time than I care to admit trying to figure out why or what I can do about it. Anyone else have this problem / know a solution?
Hey, I am having this trouble as well. I am running Windows 7. I have tried everything. No matter what I do every time I try to connect to my own server it gives me this message "You need to log in!" and kicks me out, which crashes Minecraft. It happens whether I try to run it as the .exe or through the browser. I've seen this issue on a lot of random forums, including other Minecraft forums, but there never seems to be any conclusive solution to the problem. Has anyone who posted here previous had this problem fixed? Any info would be greatly appreciate.
Please, someone help me with this. I'm trying to set up a private server for me and my friends, but I can't even log in to it. They're waiting to make sure we can play together before they purchase the game, so it would be really great if I could get this working. Thanks.