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    Hello, I ordered a VPS from Nfo servers. I put the server file onto the vps, and started running it. I changed the IP of the client to the IP of my vps. The vps doesnt block any ports (meaning they are by default open). Yet trying to connect to the server it says error connecting to server. I am using elvarg source, and changed the ip in client.java under SERVER_ADDRESS. Please help, thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonoma View Post
    Hello, I ordered a VPS from Nfo servers. I put the server file onto the vps, and started running it. I changed the IP of the client to the IP of my vps. The vps doesnt block any ports (meaning they are by default open). Yet trying to connect to the server it says error connecting to server. I am using elvarg source, and changed the ip in client.java under SERVER_ADDRESS. Please help, thank you!
    Trying opening the ports still, just to be sure that isn't the issue causing you to beable to connect.
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    I confirmed with a support ticket through them. The ports are open. there is no way to port forward the vps. Every port is open
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonoma View Post
    I confirmed with a support ticket through them. The ports are open. there is no way to port forward the vps. Every port is open
    There is a way to portforward a vps but sorry i couldn't have been of more help this evening but i must be hitting the sack.
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    Could you provide more information?
    Such as: Is it a Linux or windows?
    Have you made sure that the server is online?
    Have you made sure it is the right port that the server is using?
    Have you checked the specific port on a specific ip is active?


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    go to firewall on vps click inbound rules then new rule then write RSPS as the name port 43594 Utp or whatever is it then do the same thing fo tcp or whatever is it icant remember lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by PlatinumRs View Post
    go to firewall on vps click inbound rules then new rule then write RSPS as the name port 43594 Utp or whatever is it then do the same thing fo tcp or whatever is it icant remember lol
    Yea hes right.
    your server wont be accepting your ports so you will have to go to your firewall on your vps and go to your inbound and put 43594 in your TCP and then go your your outbound and type 43594 in your UCP
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoderSanity View Post
    Yea hes right.
    your server wont be accepting your ports so you will have to go to your firewall on your vps and go to your inbound and put 43594 in your TCP and then go your your outbound and type 43594 in your UCP
    Well if he doesn't know this he shouldnt open a server lol
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    is the ports on your (home)router open as they would need to be as the connection coming in has no destination after its reached the port

    Quote Originally Posted by PlatinumRs View Post
    Well if he doesn't know this he shouldnt open a server lol
    everyone has to start somewhere bro
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    I've never had to portforward or allow a firewall for a vps. Something isn't right. IP, Port, Client, etc.

    Quote my post for me to see your reply.
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