Quote from Skullad
Try connecting using 127.0.0.1:<INSERTPORTHERE>
It should act the same as localhost, but allow you to add a port in. I'm a bit confused about what you mean when you say you can't use ports if you connect using localhost?
You should also be able to connect using your external IP if you have your server set up correctly.
Try creating the server using online-mode: false and see if it changes anything. If it doesn't, make sure you set it back to true!
It's highly likely that I don't know what I'm talking about when I talk about localhost, considering I've never heard of it before, so please excuse my ignorance :tongue.gif:
Well the problem is I never touched my internet settings or my server settings, or pretty much anything. It just suddenly stopped working.
But yeah, I've tried out 127.0.0.1 and here are my findings.
I have three options currently listed in my server list for this server.
(My own IP, which I will hide):25565
Localhost has full green bars and works fine, My external IP says "Can't reach server" and doesn't work, and 127.0.0.1:25565 says there is a communication error, but oddly works fine.
This is all very confusing.
Edit: And I've tried the online/offline modes, didn't change anything (other people could join but I couldn't)