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    posted a message on running two servers on same router?

    So just to make sure I get this Bungee thibg correct. After you connected those servers correctly. You are able to create a portal on Minecraft server1's map and one on server2's map and you will be able to interact between those two servers?


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    MopsdeBops

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    posted a message on Double Piston

    It works. Thanks to everyone in this thread for fixing the sticky piston barrier in my head. Grimmliberty gave my the final hint to get it working. If there is a need for a small tutorial for someone, just leave a message here and i will create one.


    Regards

    MopsdeBops

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    posted a message on running two servers on same router?

    Was not offending you, if it sounded like it then I'm sorry. If you are studying IT then you will know that a laptop is not the best option and I do not have to tell you this. I guess thats just the best option for you at the moment. I know that feel. My old laptop melted because of a Minecraft server and some other stuff.


    But back to the topic. I do not know about Bungee, the last time I set up a Minecraft server is a a while ago. Had a quick look into it. Looks great. If I understand everything correct you can connect multiple Servers together functioning as one World with Portals. So that is not what is your problem. First of all you need to get your servers into the network. So every of your server needs it's own port for sure. Now they should be avaiable in your Local Area Network, via IP and specified port. No router configuration needed till now. But if you want them to be avaiable trough the public network, you need a public IP. Or at least DynDNS. Now your router needs to know how to handle the incoming and outgoing packages via the two specified ports. So you gotta create a Network Adress Translation rule from any WAN IP to LAN IP with the specified port. Now packages get into your LAN. But then they are trapped. So you need a rule from your Server LAN IP to any WAN IP. Because you want to have two servers with two seperated port you will need 4 rules. 2 incoming and 2 outgoing. Now your router will pass a package from every WAN IP coming with the specified port to you Local Server on the specified port. Then your laptop will handle the rest. BUT. If there is a firewall in between. Does not matter if software or hardware based, it needs to know that it has to pass those packages. So you also need to create two rules on it.


    And then i think you should be able to access from the Internet to both your servers. What this Bungeecord is i can't tell you. I think this will use a seperate port?


    Regards

    MopsdeBops

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    posted a message on running two servers on same router?

    Hosting two servers on one LAPTOP is not the best thing. Also hosting multiple server without any general knowledge of networking is not so smart too. One Server is easy. If you would like to have your one server just stay with one.


    I will never stop anybody from gathering expirience. But the hardeware of any standard laptop will not be enough to run multiple servers smooth. If you have a high end gaming Laptop then it's different. But I would never "waste" a high end gaming Laptop for hosting servers. There is server hardware specially dimensioned for handling operations like a minecraft server does.


    Networking, routing and firewall configuration is not the easiest thing to do without being willing to learn some theory. If you would like to get into this topic there is a lot of literature which will explain you how your router and firewall work and how you can handle and control them.


    Just my two cents as an IT-Engineer with several years experience.


    Regards

    MopsdeBops

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    posted a message on Double Piston

    Well first I want to clarify that my previous post was not sarcasm, maybe a bit exaggerated but I was serious. If you know something I don't, please feel free to correct me.


    Okay so considering your statement, could this work? (Can't test at the moment because I'm in the office):


    1)

    []|[]|B


    2)

    []-|[]|B


    3)

    []|[]|_B


    Pull the second sticky piston back with the first piston. So the block should stay in position if I got you right.


    Regards

    MopsdeBops

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    posted a message on Double Piston

    I'm surely no piston expert. I know I'm unworthy talking to you piston-master, but please enlighten me on how pistons work.

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    posted a message on Double Piston

    That's not what I need. Then I just expand 1 block.


    The process should look like this:


    (

    []| = Piston

    []-| = extended Piston

    B = Block

    _ = No Block

    )


    1)

    ___B

    []|[]|B


    2)

    ___B

    []-|[]-|B


    3)

    ___B

    []|[]|__B


    4)


    []|[]|B_B


    4)


    []|[]-|BB


    5)


    []|[]|_BB


    So that now there are two blocks placed one block apart from the double piston.

    And then it needs to be able to retract those.


    6)

    []|[]|_BB


    7)

    []|[]-|BB


    8)

    []|[]|B_B


    9)

    ___B

    []|[]|_B


    10)

    ___B

    []-|[]-|B


    11)

    ___B

    []|[]|B


    Just the basic mechanism of a 3x3 or 4x4 piston door. My problem is step 3 where the block needs to be release from the sticky piston.


    Regards

    MopsdeBops

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    posted a message on Wireless Redstone

    The wireless redstone was the biggest advantage in the PC Version. If they will give us the command block with it's full functionallity we will be able to do this on console too. I hope command and slime blocks will be release onto console soon without any trimmed functionallity.

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    posted a message on Servers for multiplayer!

    The possibility to setup your own server like you are able on computer would be enough. So you can create your own server with it's own public IP adress. But it's only avaible from PS or Xbox Systems.

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    posted a message on Working couch tutorial

    Great idea, Never thought of this, but I will definitely use it in my worlds. Thanks.

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    posted a message on Will PS3 1.8 have slime blocks?
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    I hope so. They indicated that all of 1.8 would be included, but I was wondering if slime blocks might just be too much for the PS3 / 360 to handle (PC sometimes lags when using flying machines), and if they might be left out for that reason. I'm glad the general consensus is "they will probably be included."

    Unfortunately this is just an assumption. I would love to have the command and slime block. But it could be possible that they will be exculded or trimmed it's functionality. Like on PS you do not have the endless maps.
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    posted a message on Double Piston

    Thank you for the video, but I already know this tutorial. No problem to rebuild it. But the tutorial only shows how to extend and retract. But not how to place the block. As soon as you retract the block is retracted too. But I want it to stay in position. Until I again press the button fro the double piston which will reatract the block.


    So it should look like this:

    []|[]|B

    []-|[]-|B

    []|[]| B


    []| = Piston

    []-| = extended Piston

    B = Block


    The reason I need it is to place another block in between:

    []|[]| BB


    Thank you for your help!


    Regards

    MopsdeBops

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    posted a message on Will PS3 1.8 have slime blocks?

    Sure, most will find it's way into the console edition. The only question is how long we have to wait and will they release new content in the chronological order like it was release onto PC.

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    posted a message on Survival Creation Ideas

    A glass sphere always looks great. Takes some time to do on PS3 but it's worth it. Underwater glass sphere is even more effortful.

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    posted a message on Will PS3 1.8 have slime blocks?

    @TheMadBlockster What lets you get to this conclusion? I can't find any news regarding a console update.

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