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Unsolved Server not Pinging
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I have compiled the latest version of RoR server from https://github.com/RigsOfRods/ror-server and filled out the config but every time I go to start the server it gives me an error in the cmd that the server can't connect to the master server, but if I put it in LAN I dont get that error, but I can't connect. Is this a port forward error or just an error in one of my files? I have attached the server log file.


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(03-10-2017, 04:03 AM)lexman02 Wrote: I have compiled the latest version of RoR server from https://github.com/RigsOfRods/ror-server and filled out the config but every time I go to start the server it gives me an error in the cmd that the server can't connect to the master server, but if I put it in LAN I dont get that error, but I can't connect. Is this a port forward error or just an error in one of my files? I have attached the server log file.

I believe the latest master adds a feature that allows you to change the master server information that the server connects to (RoRNet 2.40), I am not too familiar with it, though.

Just to be sure, double check your port forwarding and add an exception for the rorserver.exe in your firewall.

If that doesn't change anything, I have a pre-compiled version of the rorserver for windows here: https://github.com/DevRain2500/rorserver...rornet2.38
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(03-11-2017, 10:31 PM)DevoutRain2500 Wrote:
(03-10-2017, 04:03 AM)lexman02 Wrote: I have compiled the latest version of RoR server from https://github.com/RigsOfRods/ror-server and filled out the config but every time I go to start the server it gives me an error in the cmd that the server can't connect to the master server, but if I put it in LAN I dont get that error, but I can't connect. Is this a port forward error or just an error in one of my files? I have attached the server log file.

I believe the latest master adds a feature that allows you to change the master server information that the server connects to (RoRNet 2.40), I am not too familiar with it, though.

Just to be sure, double check your port forwarding and add an exception for the rorserver.exe in your firewall.

If that doesn't change anything, I have a pre-compiled version of the rorserver for windows here: https://github.com/DevRain2500/rorserver...rornet2.38

Thanks for the suggestion, I tried your github pre-compiled Windows version, but when I edited the required files I launched the server_INET and server_LAN and was given an error every time the startup got to "|t01| WARN| No IP given, detecting...".
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(03-12-2017, 08:55 PM)lexman02 Wrote:
(03-11-2017, 10:31 PM)DevoutRain2500 Wrote:
(03-10-2017, 04:03 AM)lexman02 Wrote: I have compiled the latest version of RoR server from https://github.com/RigsOfRods/ror-server and filled out the config but every time I go to start the server it gives me an error in the cmd that the server can't connect to the master server, but if I put it in LAN I dont get that error, but I can't connect. Is this a port forward error or just an error in one of my files? I have attached the server log file.

I believe the latest master adds a feature that allows you to change the master server information that the server connects to (RoRNet 2.40), I am not too familiar with it, though.

Just to be sure, double check your port forwarding and add an exception for the rorserver.exe in your firewall.

If that doesn't change anything, I have a pre-compiled version of the rorserver for windows here: https://github.com/DevRain2500/rorserver...rornet2.38

Thanks for the suggestion, I tried your github pre-compiled Windows version, but when I edited the required files I launched the server_INET and server_LAN and was given an error every time the startup got to "|t01| WARN| No IP given, detecting...".

Did you try to add your public IP address and port number to the settings/server.cfg file? (See image below)

[Image: March-13-2017_15.png]
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(03-14-2017, 02:39 AM)DevoutRain2500 Wrote:
(03-12-2017, 08:55 PM)lexman02 Wrote:
(03-11-2017, 10:31 PM)DevoutRain2500 Wrote:
(03-10-2017, 04:03 AM)lexman02 Wrote: I have compiled the latest version of RoR server from https://github.com/RigsOfRods/ror-server and filled out the config but every time I go to start the server it gives me an error in the cmd that the server can't connect to the master server, but if I put it in LAN I dont get that error, but I can't connect. Is this a port forward error or just an error in one of my files? I have attached the server log file.

I believe the latest master adds a feature that allows you to change the master server information that the server connects to (RoRNet 2.40), I am not too familiar with it, though.

Just to be sure, double check your port forwarding and add an exception for the rorserver.exe in your firewall.

If that doesn't change anything, I have a pre-compiled version of the rorserver for windows here: https://github.com/DevRain2500/rorserver...rornet2.38

Thanks for the suggestion, I tried your github pre-compiled Windows version, but when I edited the required files I launched the server_INET and server_LAN and was given an error every time the startup got to "|t01| WARN| No IP given, detecting...".

Did you try to add your public IP address and port number to the settings/server.cfg file? (See image below)

[Image: March-13-2017_15.png]
Yeah, I tried that and it still doesn't work, I get a little further then the log says utf-8 bad connection and it crashes.
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