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Hi guys, could someone help me solving those errors?

When I try to load my server I have those errors and the server doesn't appear on the server browser list in the game.

Thanks in advance for the help!

 

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Please paste the contents of your BAT file that you start your server with.

And also the content of maplist.cfg

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The BAT is this:

 

bat: start SquadServer.exe MULTIHOME=62.210.92.222 Port=7700 QueryPort=27175 -log

 

using those ports and not the default ports 'couse I have an other server using them.

 

Instead of maplist.cfg I have the map rotation file, is the same?

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Chuck Kilgore said:

The BAT is this:

 

bat: start SquadServer.exe MULTIHOME=62.210.92.222 Port=7700 QueryPort=27175 -log

 

using those ports and not the default ports 'couse I have an other server using them.

 

Instead of maplist.cfg I have the map rotation file, is the same?

 

 

 


Please use this:

start C:\PATH-TO-SERVER\SquadServer.exe Port=7700 QueryPort=27175 FIXEDMAXPLAYERS=80 FIXEDMAXTICKRATE=50 -log RANDOM=NONE


Yes, of course I mean maprotation.cfg, forgive me - I typed it way too early in the morning for my own good :) Brain hadn't quite started yet.

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4 hours ago, Nordic said:


Please use this:

start C:\PATH-TO-SERVER\SquadServer.exe Port=7700 QueryPort=27175 FIXEDMAXPLAYERS=80 FIXEDMAXTICKRATE=50 -log RANDOM=NONE


Yes, of course I mean maprotation.cfg, forgive me - I typed it way too early in the morning for my own good :) Brain hadn't quite started yet.

 

Thanks Nordic ;D

Now, with your BAT, the two error in red are gone. But now, every time I try to start, I have those warnings and the server doesn't go up.

 

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Those are the contents of maprotation.cfg :

 

Spoiler

Logar Valley AAS v1
Kohat AAS v1
Chora AAS v1
Sumari AAS v1
Fool's Road AAS v1
OP First Light AAS v1
Gorodok AAS v1
Yehorivka AAS v1
Logar Valley AAS INF v1
Kohat AAS v2
Chora AAS v2
Sumari AAS v2
Fool's Road AAS v2
OP First Light AAS v1
Gorodok AAS v2
Yehorivka AAS v2
Chora AAS v1 Night
Sumari AAS v3
Fool's Road AAS v3

 

 

 

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The warnings are normal, not to worry. I get them too.

Where is this hosted - your own network or a dedicated servers elsewhere?

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5 hours ago, Nordic said:

The warnings are normal, not to worry. I get them too.

Where is this hosted - your own network or a dedicated servers elsewhere?

 

I have a physical server in France, the server for Squad is in a Virtual machine.

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Ok, any reason why you run a virtual machine?

is it an OVH machine by any chance?

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46 minutes ago, Nordic said:

Ok, any reason why you run a virtual machine?

is it an OVH machine by any chance?

 

Using a virtal machine because I'm sharing it with a Squad's clan.

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All right. 100% it's a port forwarding issue towards the virtual machine then. The ports are probably opened for the main machine but not the virtual one.

I recommend you don't use virtual machines at all, it will be worse performance. But if you really have to, you need to make sure port forwarding is right

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1 hour ago, -[BSM]-Doc_Dominus said:

port forwarding is right.

 

Hi, my name is dominus, server admin about server with errors Thanks Nordic for your help. ;)



Hi! No problem at all.

Can you please run ipconfig (Start > CMD > ipconfig) on both machines and post them for me - I think I have an idea what the problem could be.

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15 hours ago, Nordic said:

Hi! No problem at all.

Can you please run ipconfig (Start > CMD > ipconfig) on both machines and post them for me - I think I have an idea what the problem could be.

 

Before I check, what do you mean with "both the machines"? You mean both the virtual machines I have or both physical and virtual machines? 'couse the physical is in france (and I'm not in France). And you want to know the public ip or the private ip?

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1 hour ago, Chuck Kilgore said:

 

Before I check, what do you mean with "both the machines"? You mean both the virtual machines I have or both physical and virtual machines? 'couse the physical is in france (and I'm not in France). And you want to know the public ip or the private ip?


Log onto the physical one: Run ipconfig on that one and paste / print me the results.

Then log onto the virtual machine that's running the Squad server that currently is not working and run ipconfig there and paste me those results too :)

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