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    posted a message on Minecraft Server Trouble
    From what it looks like, you've done everything correctly.
    I'm still thinking it's a problem with your router and the port forwarding.

    Try deleting and re-adding the rule in your router.
    If that doesn't work, try restarting your router and/or modem.

    You could always try running the Minecraft server on another port and setup a secondary port forwarding rule to see if that's the problem, you'd just change "server-port" in your server.properties.
    Quote from Cryhavoc

    Yea, I'm not really sure either. It seems other people are having the same issue so I'm not sure what to think.
    The Norton walk through wasn't really up to date it seemed, but I thought I got the picture.

    > I opened Norton from tray.
    > I clicked settings.
    > I went to Firewall.
    > I see 5 Tabs. General Settings - Program Rules - Traffic Rules - Intrusion and Browser Protection - Advanced Settings
    > I click Traffic Rules
    > I click Add
    > It says: Do you want to block, allow or monitor a new connection?
    > I click Allow then Next
    > It says: What type of connection do you want to allow?
    > I click connections to and from other computers then next.
    > It says: What computers or sites do you want to allow to the list.
    > I click Any computer then Next.
    > It says the protocol you want to allow:
    > I pick TCP and UDP from the drop down.
    > It says what types of communication, or ports do you want to allow.
    > I click only communications that match all types and ports listed below.
    > I click Add.
    > I bubble in Individually specified ports and Remote
    > I put in 25565 as the port number then hit ok.
    > I check in apply this rule When packet is from NAT traversal(e.g. Teredo)then Next
    > I name it Minecraft and hit Next
    This is the end result:
    -snip-
    Did I do something wrong?

    This is the only Firewall I have on according to Action Center:
    -snip-

    I can always reply in PM to you as well. Thanks again.
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    posted a message on Need 1GB Hoster FAST!!!
    Quote from Jackster22

    It is an easy was for them to say that you are a crap host.

    Cheap servers = crap host.

    TBH they are just being childish.

    I agree on some levels. It's just a matter of how someone manages the server and how well they make use of the tools available to them on Kimsufis. We manage very well with ours and have been hosting our medium sized communities running anywhere from 30-80 players with very little issue. However this is not the place to discuss this, thank you for defending that point.
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    posted a message on 2.5GB Ram server, around 25$
    Hi,

    For $25/mo., I can offer you a 3GB RAM server with 48 player slots. With coupon code "notch25" the first month is $18.75. Or for $20/mo. I can offer a 2.5GB RAM with 40 slots, $15 first month.
    We use Multicraft and have support agents available on Live Chat during most of the day, support tickets are always a preferable option and are checked often. You are welcome to use your own .jar file on the plans I provided above.

    We're new to the public, we apologize if that's an issue.
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    posted a message on Need 1GB Hoster FAST!!!
    Quote from dmacrye

    Are you by chance reselling Kimsufi servers?

    Yes I am, with more support than OVH would probably give out and the availability to pay with PayPal. People have said how horrible the servers are but I've had nothing but better experience with the boxes I've rented from OVH. May I ask why you're asking?
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    posted a message on Need 1GB Hoster FAST!!!
    I can offer you a 1GB RAM, 16 player server for $7/mo. or 1.5GB RAM, 24 player cap for $10/mo. You can get 25% off your first month with "notch25" as a new customer.

    We're hosted in France on i7s - if you have any questions we're available via support ticket + live chat. All servers are instantly setup.
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    posted a message on Minecraft Server Trouble
    We could continue from there or via Skype or something, however off the top of my head I'm not sure of what else could be preventing you from getting your server public. :/
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    posted a message on Minecraft Server Trouble
    Apparently Norton 360 handles the firewall, wasn't fully aware of that. So it basically would be disabling your firewalls for no reason.

    As stupid as it sounds, you may just have to disable and re-enable the forwarding rule in your router settings. Every so often my local router decides it's just not going to port forward what I've told it to.
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    posted a message on Minecraft Server Trouble
    Bukkit isn't the problem, I can assure you that. I've had no problems with it on my server and my hosting. At least not with the recommended build for server 1.0.1.

    If you've followed all the steps in the above posts, there is either an additional firewall or Java is not permitted to access public networks in the Windows Firewall. I'd suggest deleting any firewall rules regarding "Java(TM) Platform SE Binary" in the Windows Firewall and try starting Bukkit again.

    No problem at all. I'm here to help. :smile.gif:
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    posted a message on Server file format
    That does not make it a .jar file unless you have "Show Known File Extensions" enabled, in which case you would have to remove the ".zip" at the end of the file name.

    Easiest way to rename this is to open command prompt, type "cd C:/Path/To/Directory/With/Minecraft" and then enter "move minecraft_server.jar.zip minecraft_server.jar"
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    posted a message on Minecraft Server Trouble
    In your start menu, type "Windows Firewall" and open the windows firewall with advanced security or whatever they decided to call it for your version of Windows.

    On the left side, click on "Inbound Rules"
    On the right side, click on "New Rule..."
    Select "Port" and hit next.
    Select "TCP" and "Specific local ports." Enter just "25565" and hit next.
    Hit next.
    Hit next.
    Name it something like "Minecraft" or "imsoawesomethatthisdoesntneedaname."
    Click finish and canyouseeme.org again.
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    posted a message on How to start CraftBukkit Server?
    I normally would start it from Terminal, so that's how I'll guide you here. It's the same as linux, I'm not sure what a .command file does or how the file structure is, sorry.

    Open Terminal and cd to the directory you're trying to start CraftBukkit from.
    Type (one time only!): echo "java -Xmx1G -Xincgc -jar craftbukkit.jar" >start.sh
    Afterwards, to start your server just type in Terminal: sh start.sh
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    posted a message on Minecraft Server Trouble
    Quote from Cryhavoc

    When I go to www.canyouseeme.org and search port 25565 I get:

    Error: I could not see your service on 76.14.***.*** on port (25565)
    Reason: Connection timed out


    I'm pretty sure I did the port forwarding right but I'm not sure if Norton 360 is interfering or something.


    Help with configuring a port forward with Norton 360 would be appreciated.

    Here's a guide for Norton 360: http://community.norton.com/t5/Norton-360/Firewall-Blocking-Program-How-to-open-ports/td-p/56793
    Just use 25565 instead of the ports they have listed on that support thread.

    If this doesn't work, chances are the windows firewall is still active and is blocking your requests.
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    posted a message on Minecraft Server Trouble
    This usually means your port forwarding is incorrectly setup, your LAN IP address has changed, or your WAN IP changed.

    To see if your WAN IP changed, please check www.ipchicken.com and verify it is the IP you're sending to your friends.
    To check and see if your port forwarding is working, visit www.canyouseeme.org and enter in the port field, "25565" - if this fails, it is either your LAN IP, port forwarding isn't setup correctly, or there is a firewall interfering.
    Check your LAN IP by opening your network and sharing center (Vista & 7), around the center of the screen that came up you'll see "Connections:" then either Wireless Network or Local Area Connection. Click on that name, click "Details..." and verify your IPv4 address matches the port forwarding rule in your router or modem.
    If all of the above is correct, you may be having a firewall problem and need to unblock port 25565 on the TCP protocol. If you need assistance doing so, I can provide a guide for whichever firewall you may have.
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    posted a message on [TOOL] OptiFinity - Improve your framerate!
    Working great, thanks bro! Thankfully nothing else is lagging on my computer when it sets everything to CPU0.
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