20.09.2019 21:20:01Link to post
Default configuration of SSM SafeWriting is not so good. To fix your problem, open Settings.lua and change IntegrityChecks, AllowMessaging, and StrictProfilePolicy to false.
20.09.2019 23:11:06Link to post
Ok thank you so much it works very good after some errors like ID or MESSAGE but retrying to join it works very good. I'm so grateful with you guys :)
21.09.2019 10:41:26Link to post
Well. Could be a problem in your case. Personally I always try to run servers and play on 32bits so I wouldn't know.
- But the real question now is - if your friends are able to join your server ? If the answer is YES - you don't need anything more :) Enjoy.
21.09.2019 21:56:41Link to post
Now than you say it, yes.
A friend from other place can't connect
and the server status don't say anithing about his connection
He too have the client
21.09.2019 22:12:08Link to post
So it can be your firewall settings - just like in forum links I've posted few posts ago - try to check it out. Sometimes you need to forward ports in router and sometimes all you need to do is just add rules for crysis server in your firewall so your PC's firewall won't block it for outside users (but this problem is more about your server not connecting masterserver of the network)
If your server is listed on-line but still can't be connected from outside of your home network - you need to try settinks Youda was showing in one of those links. Luckily I never had this problem (I just had to add rules to firewall software to make servers connect masterserver of our network) with my servers but it's very common - that server is working, is visible but only admin who is entering it from his PC (the same the server is on) is able to enter it. I hope it will work for you finally.
21.09.2019 22:17:51Link to post
Ok I'll follow that post
23.09.2019 16:10:31Link to post
Sorry for asking again but my family uses Wi-Fi at home so it's possible when make a static IP, would be a problem with the Wi-Fi?
23.09.2019 16:36:56Link to post
No matter if it's cable or Wi-Fi. If server is on the list and it has it's IP (doesn't have to be static - can change any time you start your server) - it can be accessable without problems. Unless firewall of your PC or Router is blocking others to enter your server or your server to show-up on masterserver's list.
09.10.2019 23:27:02Link to post
Every man is the architect of his own fortune.
10.10.2019 08:13:28Link to post
I think it's not really related to Windows firewall as to configuration of your router. All you need to do is to port forward both TCP and UDP to local IP (like 192.168.1.102) of your computer.
I also made it easier for you and all people who would like to host server, to see whether people from outside can join or not. Simply start your server for at least 2 minutes and if you don't see it listed here on webpage, it means it's not possible to connect from outside world.