Is your IP right? If you have a dynamic IP giving to you by your router maybe its changed since.
Can your router ping you/that port on you? Sometimes it may lead to an internal problem if it can't.
Sometimes routers have the option to ping a source, normally under the troubleshooting category.
Can anyone outside your network ping you at all, specifically that port. The port is just an extra check but at least they should be able to ping you, but make sure they test your external IP and not the 192.168.x.x one from your router.
I often find one of these things to be the problem so maybe something got by ya and you just didn't notice.
If you want specific instructions on how to do one of those things, respond and let me know, and I'll try to get back to you.
Otherwise, good luck
I in no way shape or form know what I am doing, the only other time I've done this is with an apple router hooked directly to the modem. Now the ISP got picky so the wireless router and modem are in one package and the apple router is in bridge mode. Now for the questions though.
As far as I can tell it is static.
I can not find a way to do an internal ping
When I ping myself I get this
4 packets transmitted, 0 received, 100% packet loss, time 3020ms
I have a feeling something is just a little wrong. Might have to call the ISP.
Also, sorry it took me so long to reply. Went to school and kinda forgot about the entire thing,
EDIT: Also, cannot connect to it internally. Trying to get to 192.168.0.4 from the MC client on the same PC the server is hosted on results in a cannot connect.