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  1. Hello everyone, I've been facing a problem for some days now, so before I present my problem, I'll present my situation I'm using TrinityCore for a 3.3.5a client I want to make my server public using only my IP address So what I already did: Port forwarding : I opened my 8085 and 3724 port through my router and I added the UDP/TCP rules for these ports in my Firewall, I'm using W10 I changed my realmlist table, I put the public IP in address and my local address in the local address section I checked that the different port were good at the different .conf files I changed the client realmlist to be my public IP I'm not using DNS service, as I don't need I ran the two services and I checked that 8085, 3724 were opened, 3306 for my DB is also opened Now, when I try to connect, I just fail as if I were trying to connect into some wrong address. When I run local, it works. Can someone please help me with this ? I'm running out of ideas.
  2. Hey! I'm desperately trying to find a hosting where I could store the mysql dbses. It doesn't even have to allow website creation and stuff - I just want to stop using fucking hamachi and shitty evolve. So far, any hosting that I've tryed - my authserver wouldn't connect to the database (probably because they dont allow external mysql access for fucking security reasons). Please help!
  3. Hey! I've been fighting my router for a long time and finally, it seems, have been able to forward all the right ports and host my server using no-ip. At first, I was having problems with people not being able to connect to me at all, but I fixed that by making my LAN IP static, and switching the "WAN connection" setting in port forwarding from "INTERNET_ADSL_IP" to "INTERNET_ADSL_PPP", whatever that means. Now, people are able to log in with their account names and passwords, but not further than the server selection window, where they get the "Connecting to game server..." box either forever, or closing after a couple of seconds. I presume that means they can connect to my authserver, but not to worldserver, even though canyouseeme.org can see both ports 3724 and 8085. Could it be because I'm not using bnetserver (and my worldserver says "Opening muxer thread from inproc://bnetmgr to tcp://127.0.0.1:1118" after loading)? If so, could I somehow not use bnetserver and still get it working? I would appreciate any help!
  4. I've been trying to install a wow trinitycore server on a dedicated vps I rent and I've run into a few issues along the way, all fixed now tho. But I can't find anything about the latest problem I'm having. When I try to run "worldserver" it's supposed to fill the databases the first time, and it filled all the databases except for one, "World". For the 'world' database to be filled the worldserver needs a file called "TDB_full_world_335.62_2016_10_17.sql" to be located with the worldserver binary. I've placed the file both in the binary and where the binary is located. For some goddamn reason the worldserver can't find the file. I've checked the name and it's exactly the same. I really can't find the problem and I hate it cause I'm really close to being finished. I'm running the server on Linux Debian v8 on a machine with a dual core CPU and 4 gigs of ram. Any help at all would be greatly appreciated.
  5. Hey! I decided to try, once again, to compile a server on my own. I followed this guide, using this source. All was fine until I got to the part where you set up the SQL tables. I connected to root (using Navicat), ran create_mysql.sql, and ended up having the following databases: auth, characters, information_schema, mysql, performance_schema, test, and world. Auth, characters, test, and world are empty. Following the guide, I downloaded TDB_full_world_434.15_2017_01_02.sql and placed it in the same folder as bnetserver.exe. I then ran the latter in hopes that it would prompt me to create databases and all would be wonderful, BUT NO! Bnetserver.exe just closes instantly (which makes sense, since there are no tables for it to connect to). What should I do?
  6. Hi all, so I've never encountered this kind of error before, its the first time I'm having something like this I haven't done any changes on the server or the server files to doubt in, if anyone knows anything I'd appreciate your help.
  7. /* Install a WoW Server on Linux (Debian 8.0) from scratch Wrote by Basto, after the 6th reinstall! (Server raid) You are allowed to share this with credits */ _____________________________________________________ -First of all: <apt-get update> <apt-get upgrade> <apt-get install> # You can do this always. So you keep your Server up to date _____________________________________________________ -Secuity#1: #Change default User-Root-Password <passwd "Username"> # Enter password two times #Add new User for more security <adduser "Username"> # Enter password two times _____________________________________________________ -Security#2: #SSH default Port change. Set the port new. Example 9988 <nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config> #SSH Root Login denied. Note: Now you have to login with your new Username. When you have something to install, switch on the SSH window the username to root with [su <User>]. The intention about this is, nobody can hack you with the always known username "root" <nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config> #Change the row from (Yes - to no). You can use STRG + W (left klick to paste your searching copy to find it). CTRL + O = Save CTRL + X = Exit "PermitRootLogin yes" to "PermitRootLogin no" </etc/init.d/ssh restart> _____________________________________________________ -General Settings & install: <apt-get install screen> # See also "Screening for Idiots" <apt-get install mysql-server> # See also "MySQL Configs to reaching from outside" _____________________________________________________ -Ground Server Install: <apt-get install build-essential autoconf libtool gcc g++ make cmake git-core wget p7zip-full libncurses5-dev zlib1g-dev libbz2-dev> # Accept <apt-get install openssl libssl-dev mysql-server mysql-client libmysqlclient-dev libmysql++-dev libreadline6-dev> <apt-get install libboost-dev libboost-thread-dev libboost-system-dev libboost-filesystem-dev libboost-program-options-dev libboost-iostreams-dev> # Accept _____________________________________________________ -Core Set-up: <adduser "username"> # We also use here a new Username for more security. For example; wow <su "username"> <git clone -b 3.3.5 git://github.com/TrinityCore/TrinityCore.git> # This task will load the need things <cd TrinityCore> # Move to the Folder TrinityCore <mkdir build> # Build the folder build <cd build> # we move into build... _____________________________________________________ # !Hold on and read first! # To configure the core, we use space-separated parameters attached to the configuration-tool (cmake) - do read the entire section before even starting on the configuration-part. # See also <Parameters> further down _____________________________________________________ <cmake ../ [additional parameters]> # Examples: <cmake ../ -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/home/<username>/server -DWITH_WARNINGS=1> # or <cmake ../ -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/home/wow/server -DCONF_DIR=/home/wow/server/etc -DTOOLS=1 -DWITH_WARNINGS=1> <make -j "number of cores"> # This will take now a little bit of your time. Caused by your core volume <make install> # Finished. Next: Database _____________________________________________________ <<<Parameters:>>> -DSCRIPTS * Build core with scripts included (enabled by default) * -DSERVERS * Build worldserver and authserver (enabled by default)* -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX Set installation directory -DTOOLS Build map/vmap extraction/assembler tools -DTOOLS=1 (will include tools (and connection_patcher on 6.x)) -DWITH_WARNINGS Show all warnings during compile (advanced users only) -DCMAKE_C_FLAGS Set C_FLAGS for compile (advanced users only) -DCMAKE_CXX_FLAGS Set CXX_FLAGS for compile (advanced users only) -DUSE_COREPCH * Use precompiled headers when compiling servers * (advanced users only) -DUSE_SCRIPTPCH * Use precompiled headers when compiling scripts * (advanced users only) -DWITH_COREDEBUG Include additional debug-code in core (advanced users only) -DCONF_DIR Set configuration directory (advanced users only) -DLIBSDIR Set library directory (advanced users only) _____________________________________________________ -Screening for idiots: <screen -ls> # Look wich screen is atm running <screen -S world> <cd /home/<Username>/server/bin> <./worldserver> or <sh worldrestart.sh> <ctrl + A + D> # for close <screen -S auth> <cd /home/<Username>/server/bin> <./authserver> _____________________________________________________ -MySQL Configs: <apt-get install mysql-server> # Accept and give the local user "root" a passowrd <nano /etc/mysql/my.cnf> # Edit: Topic MySQL -> [Port = 3306] to a own port (Attention, there are two ports, look at the right head-topic. Its also for security) and [bind-address = 0.0.0.0] </etc/init.d/mysql restart> #Now let create us a Username <mysql -p> <"Password who you set at beginning"> <CREATE USER 'newuser'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'password';> # Example: 'basto'@'%' IDENTIFIED BY '123' % = means from outside <GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON * . * TO 'newuser'@'localhost';> # ...On *. * TO means wich database and so on <Exit> _____________________________________________________ -Patching the DB: <mysql -p> <"Password"> <use "Datenbasename";> <source "PathToData";> _____________________________________________________ -Keep the Core Up-To-Date: <cd ~/TrinityCore/> #For 3.3.5 Branch <git pull origin 3.3.5> _____________________________________________________ #Note: #Feel free for feedback or if you have some other ideas #Feel also free, to help to complete it. For the basics. For more transparence. To get more people in the community #Edit1: # Forgott a important " ; "