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    posted a message on [200000+ DOWNLOADS!]Adventure Time Adventure Map!
    It still says it's deleted ._. :steve_tearful:
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    posted a message on [200000+ DOWNLOADS!]Adventure Time Adventure Map!
    Says it's deleted :(
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    posted a message on Need help with adding Forge mods to Bukkit.
    Hi everybody! I have a server hosted by MCPROHOSTING. (Dirt Plan) I have a couple of plugins loaded, but I am having trouble loading the backpack mod http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1492661-152-backpacks-v-1911/ It is a forge mod and I don't how to load it since it is hosted by someone else. I have Filezilla and everything I just don't know how to add forge to a hosted bukkit server.
    Please help
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    posted a message on Help on starting a server?
    Quote from KIMB00P

    Did you port forward correctly? Sounds like that is what is preventing your friends from joining.

    Quote from Project197

    hmm, i used to have the same problem with Hamachi but kinda just figured it out on my own, don't quite remember how though, if i remember i'd be glad to help out

    Quote from YAROcrafter

    Your router probably has firewalls turned on preventing people connecting to you, same with your computer blocking Hamachi.

    Best place to get help is the pinned portforwarding thread at the top of the support section:

    http://www.minecraft...questions-here/

    I got a new computer. New thread: http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1798647-portforwarding-on-netgear-wnr2000v3/#entry22286505
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    posted a message on PortForwarding on Netgear WNR2000v3
    Hello everyone! I have been trying to port forward for a while. I just got an HP Pavilion 20 desktop.(Windows 8) It uses WiFi. I have a Netgear WNR2000v3 router. I have tried port forwarding on my old laptop before I got this new desktop and it never worked. I opened firewalls and everything I'm sure. I tried on the main computer that has actual internet and "holds" the Wifi. Will I have to portforward from the "holder" of the wifi or can I just use my desktop(which I want the server on) which uses wifi? Please tell me if I need more details. (I believe the only antivirus on my new desktop is Norton) Thank You.
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    posted a message on [Guide Included] Portforwarding Megathread: Post your Port Forwarding questions here!
    Quote from ThePilotGuy

    Welcome to the Port Forwarding Megathread!

    This thread contains a large guide on how to port forward your Minecraft server. If you have any port forwarding questions, please reply with them here!

    The following is a guide to port forwarding. If something is incorrect or incomplete, please inform a staff member so the problem can be fixed.

    NOTE: IF you have a DSL Modem (A DSL-Phone Connection), you may need to find a separate guide or call your Internet Service Provider in addition to following this guide to get things working.

    Step 1 - Port Forwarding
    The following are portforwarding guides for each of the three major operating systems. Click "show" under each OS name to see a tutorial for that OS.

    Windows

    So let's begin Port Forwarding! You're going to need to find out what your router's page IP is. To do this, click your Start button, and in the search field, type "cmd". Command Prompt should appear in the results. Right-click it, and click Run as Administrator.

    PROTIP: An easier way to find out your router's IP page, is to go to http://www.portforward.com

    Once Command Prompt opens, type ipconfig. The information we'll need for this step is the Default Gateway.


    KEEP THE COMMAND PROMPT UP! Trust me, we're gonna need another piece of information from it soon.

    Now that you've got your Default Gateway, punch that into your browser.

    You should get a popup asking for a username and password. You can find your router's default password here: http://www.routerpasswords.com/ . Login and you should see your router page:



    There should be a button in the interface called something along the lines of "Port Forwarding". That's where we're headed next. Keep in mind, your router page most likely will be different than mine.

    Now that we're on the Port Forwarding page, it's time to add in the necessary information to open the ports for your server, so other players can connect. Before we add any information, we're gonna need to get one last piece of info from the Command Prompt. If you've still got the Command Prompt open, look for "IPv4 Address". The IPv4 Address is similar to your Default Gateway, except for the last number. And the last number is what we'll need.


    Back to the Port Forwarding page. Enter the following info into the boxes:


    OR

    Click a button along of the lines of "Add Custom Service" and input the following:

    If your router has some extra options there, they should be in the following list:

    Name=Minecraft
    TCP=25565
    Schedule=Always
    UDP=25565
    Inbound Filter=allow all


    Notice the "4" at the end of the "192.168.2.[ ]". As you see in the picture above this one, that is our IPv4 Address. And whenever the IPv4 address changes, the number at the end will change. Everytime the IPv4 changes, you'll have to change the info on the Virtual Servers page. So if it changes to 192.168.2.6, you'll have to change those two 4's to 6's.

    Apply the changes, and if your router page has a "Restart Router" option, do that. Now it's onto the next step. Windows Firewall.

    XP/Vista:

    Open up Windows Firewall, and click "Allow a program through Windows Firewall"


    Once you click "Allow a program", a popup should appear. From this popup, click "Add Port".


    Finally, another popup will appear. Enter the following information:

    Click OK.

    Click "Add Port" again, and add the same information, only this time, click UDP.



    Windows 7/8:

    Open Control Panel from the Start menu.

    Select Windows Firewall.



    Select Advanced settings in the left column of the Windows Firewall window.



    Select Inbound Rules in the left column of the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security window.



    Note: You can prevent outbound traffic by selecting Outbound Rules.

    Select New Rule in the right column.



    Select Port in the New Inbound Rule Wizard and then click Next.



    Select which protocol this rule will apply to (Choose TCP.), select Specific local ports, type your server's port number (by default it's 25565) and then click Next.



    Select Allow the connection and then click Next.



    Select when this rule applies (check all of them for the port to always stay open) and then click Next.



    Give this rule a name (MinecraftUDP or MinecraftTCP) and then click Finish to add the new rule.




    The port is now open and ready to be used.

    Remember earlier when you were told to select TCP? We now need to go through the process again to open a UDP port. Simply do the same thing again, but instead of choosing "TCP", choose "UDP" instead.

    Credit for this firewall guide goes to: http://www.dummies.c...s-7-firewa.html


    That's it! You're done!

    Mac
    So let's begin Port Forwarding! First, let's open your Mac's firewall to the port.


    On Mac OS X 10.7/10.8 Lion/Mountain Lion:
    • Open your System Preferences
    • Open "Security & privacy"
    • Select "Firewall"
    • If your firewall is off, skip the rest of this bulleted part of the guide. If it's on, then continue.
    • Click "Firewall Options"
    • Make sure "Automatically allow signed software to receive incoming connections" is checked.
    • Make sure "Enable Stealth Mode" is NOT checked.
    Now then, on to your router!

    Open your System preferences.

    Click "Network".

    Click "Advanced"

    Click the "TCP/IP" tab.

    You should see this somewhere in the window:
    Router: ###.###.#.#


    That number is your Default Gateway.

    KEEP THAT WINDOW UP! Trust me, we're gonna need another piece of information from it soon.

    Now that you've got your Default Gateway, punch that into your browser.

    You should get a popup asking for a username and password. You can find your router's default password here: http://www.routerpasswords.com/ . Login and you should see your router page:



    There should be a button in the interface called something along the lines of "Port Forwarding". That's where we're headed next. Keep in mind, your router page most likely will be different than mine.

    Now that we're on the Port Forwarding page, it's time to add in the necessary information to open the ports for your server, so other players can connect. Before we add any information, we're gonna need to get one last piece of info from the "Network" window. If you've still got the "Network" windowt open, look for "IPv4 Address". The IPv4 Address is similar to your Default Gateway, except for the last number. And the last number is what we'll need.

    IPv4 Address: 192.168.1.4


    Back to the Port Forwarding page. Enter the following info into the boxes:


    OR

    Click a button along of the lines of "Add Custom Service" and input the following:


    If your router has some extra options there, they should be in the following list:

    Name=Minecraft
    TCP=25565
    Schedule=Always
    UDP=25565
    Inbound Filter=allow all


    Notice the "4" at the end of the "192.168.2.[ ]". As you see in the picture above this one, that is our IPv4 Address. And whenever the IPv4 address changes, the number at the end will change. Everytime the IPv4 changes, you'll have to change the info on the Virtual Servers page. So if it changes to 192.168.2.6, you'll have to change those two 4's to 6's.

    Apply the changes, and if your router page has a "Restart Router" option, do that.


    That's it, you're done!

    Linux (VPS/Dedicated Server)

    This is a very simple process. This guide assumes that you have a linux server in a datacenter.

    First, login to your SSH root account. I would recommend using Putty as the tool to connect. If you're on a mac, you can use terminal to connect.

    Then, do the following (in the SSH terminal you opened):

    Open flle /etc/sysconfig/iptables:
    vi /etc/sysconfig/iptables


    Enter "insert" mode:
    Press the "i" key on your keyboard.


    Add these two lines somewhere in the middle of the file next to lines of similar text:
    -A RH-Firewall-1-INPUT -m state --state NEW -m tcp -p tcp --dport 25565 -j ACCEPT
    -A RH-Firewall-1-INPUT -m state --state NEW -m udp -p udp --dport 25565 -j ACCEPT


    Save and close the file:
    Press the "esc" or escape key on your keyboard.
    Type the following without quotes: ":qw"


    Restart iptables:
    /etc/init.d/iptables restart


    That's it, you're done!

    Step 2 - Success!

    Let's test to see if you're successfully opened the port. First, turn on your Minecraft server and leave it running. Next, go to http://canyouseeme.org/. In the box next to "What port", enter the port you opened earlier (default 25565). Now Click "Check Your Port". If the test returns successful, then you've successfully port forwarded! Good job!

    Now, let's find the port your users will connect to your server with. We need to find your external IP. This is the IP users will connect to your server with. However, in order to connect to the server from the a computer on your local internet network, you will need to use the IPv4 address you found earlier. Go to http://whatsmyip.net/ to get the IP. Add ":portnumber" to the end of that IP if you portforwarded a port that was not "25565".

    Once you've done everything properly, start your server up. Make sure users are trying to connect with the IP you got from whatsmyip.net.

    Everything should be working properly. People should be able to connect to your server.




    I followed the steps but it didn't work for me. Details in my previous posts



    EDIT: I got a new computer. Reply to my thread here: http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1798647-portforwarding-on-netgear-wnr2000v3/#entry22293168
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    posted a message on [Guide Included] Portforwarding Megathread: Post your Port Forwarding questions here!
    I think I need to open a port on my Cisco Modem or something?
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    posted a message on [Guide Included] Portforwarding Megathread: Post your Port Forwarding questions here!
    Can anyone help me port forward a Netgear WNR2000v3. It never works for me. I try using the computer and my laptop. I then use a port checker it says it's not open. I have opened the firewalls. Tell me if I need more details please
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    posted a message on Help on starting a server?
    Quote from KIMB00P

    Did you port forward correctly? Sounds like that is what is preventing your friends from joining.

    Yes I'm pretty sure I did. I put my IP or whatever in the search, went to the Netgear website, an opene the ports. But when I go on a website that checks ports it usually says they're closed so I'm guessing that is the reason. I didn't include that in the post because with Hamachi u don't need to port forward according to everyone. But even hamachi didn't work.
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    posted a message on Help on starting a server?
    My and a few of my friends want to play on our own server. I want to start my own one so I can load the mods I want and stuff. I am getting really tired of this frustrating process. I have tried Hamahi. Only I was able to connect. I've tried the normal way with PFing but that didn't really work out. I've tried on my laptop and on the main computer in my house. I have Cox Internet if you need that info. I have a Netgear WNR2000v3. I have also open the firewalls. I really need help and please tell me if I need I add more details.
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    posted a message on Hit Splat Damage Indicators v3.3.2 RPG UI and Damage Amount Mod
    Am I the only one that crashes when I try to load this mod?
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