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I recently started my own murmur server. I can connect via LAN and it works
fine. but when I try to connect outside the LAN it doesnt show up. I am using
my IP address from my ISP. Or do I have to setup a domain and link them? If so
any thoughts on how to do that? Thanks all!
Are you behind NAT or other firewall with the server?
Here is good info http://mumble.sourceforge.net/Murmurguide#Configure_OS
More info about problem would be good if problem remains.
First of all thanks for the response. I have been through I cannot tell you
how many sites reading everything on the .ini file and still cannot make it
work. I have a hunch my problem is 1 of two things.
To answer your questions my NAT is off but yes I do have a firewall on my
router but have port foward(ed)? the ports associated with Murmur/Mumble.
Ok if you need to setup fast and easy your mumble server you can use php
Mumble Admin tool for mumble settings.
For that you need web server running, it is easy to setup. You can find it
from here https://sourceforge.net/projects/phpmumbleadmin/
But for your problem no:1
is blank on my server
You was saying before that: I can connect via LAN and it works fine. but when
I try to connect outside the LAN it doesnt show up.
So that is telling your server configs are working, only porblem seems to be
your server is behind firewall,
i am behind NAT my self and i have created to my D-Link router virtual server
routing to enable others to join my server in my LAN, that is easy to setup
also if your haveing same kind of problem.
Example my server has 192.168.0.xxx IP my externall IP is 220.645.xxx.xxx
VIRTUAL SERVERS LIST
Public Port=64738 Private Port=64738
Schedule=Always Inbound Filter=Allow All
And i dont have static IP at home i use dyndns for cheap domain if my IP
changes people can still join my server and dyndns supports my D-Link router
I have succesfully fowarded and triggered the port. I have set up a dynDNS and
pointed it to my external IP address. I have DMZ my computer running the
server which means it is open to the internet. When I ping the port from an
external side it returns port is open.
When I start the server and ping from external it shows the test in the log so
I know stuff can touch murmur. I cannot however connect via a computer from my
network going from the outside. But still can connect VIA local. I am
currently trying to see if your virtual server routing makes sense to me. Any