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Message 11 of 23

Re: Creating a Minecraft server, port forwarding


@lazzy_77 wrote:
All my ports are on Stealth mode as seen in the GRC screenshot, can this be the problem?

The ports in the screenshot are only the first 1056 ports and are irrelevant to your problem and as expected. You need to specifically test your port.

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Message 12 of 23

Re: Creating a Minecraft server, port forwarding


@lazzy_77 wrote:
So connect my pc to my mobile 4g then try connect?

Yes

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Message 13 of 23

Re: Creating a Minecraft server, port forwarding

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Port is still on stealth

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Message 14 of 23

Re: Creating a Minecraft server, port forwarding

@licquorice what ip address do i use when on 4g?

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Message 15 of 23

Re: Creating a Minecraft server, port forwarding

Are you sure the server is running, the port won't be open unless the service is running.

Try a factory reset of the hub and start again.

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Message 16 of 23

Re: Creating a Minecraft server, port forwarding


@lazzy_77 wrote:

@licquorice what ip address do i use when on 4g?


I misread what you wrote.

You need to leave your PC connected to the hub as normal and then try connecting to the server with your phone rather than your PC.

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Message 17 of 23

Re: Creating a Minecraft server, port forwarding

If port forwarding has been applied correctly, the port will show closed if the service isn't running rather than stealth.

Are you sure you are saving the rule correctly?

Its a bit quirky, after creating the rule, click the + sign and then Save.

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Message 18 of 23

Re: Creating a Minecraft server, port forwarding

After factory resetting the router, I can join on from my pc using local ipv4 address then using the :25565. However a couple things have happened:

- My public ip address changed
- Checking canyouseeme.org port 25565 on the new public ip address says error still
- Checking GRC the port is still on Stealth 

I know no way of connecting to the server/ip address from my phone as Minecraft Java edition is only for PC

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Message 19 of 23

Re: Creating a Minecraft server, port forwarding

I believe I have set it up correctly. After refreshing, i can see the port forward rule and the rule has an "X" beside it 

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Message 20 of 23

Re: Creating a Minecraft server, port forwarding


@lazzy_77 wrote:

After factory resetting the router, I can join on from my pc using local ipv4 address then using the :25565. However a couple things have happened:

- My public ip address changed

Yes, it will do, you have a dynamic public IP address and it will change every time you get a disconnection.


- Checking canyouseeme.org port 25565 on the new public ip address says error still
- Checking GRC the port is still on Stealth 

Then the port hasn't been forwarded successfully or it would show as either Open (if working) or closed if no service running on the port. I have tested port 25565 and I get Stealth with no port forwarding but Closed if I forward the port without a server listening on that port. I get Open on port 80 with a web server running.

I know no way of connecting to the server/ip address from my phone as Minecraft Java edition is only for PC


 

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