I have read and read and I can get both maps/profiles running in ASM, but only one will show up, the other says waiting for publication. I have a suspicion it has something funky with my ports. I have attached a ss of my router settings. Anything other than the 7777/27015 won't publish and shows as <not responding>. When I do the port forwarding, do I enter it as a range, as I have done, or individually for each one? My router seems to support ranges.
When you setup an ark server you need to set the following 1. Local IP, using the drop list 2. Server Port (e.g. 7777) 3. Query Port (e.g. 27015) 4. Router port forwards for the server port, server port + 1 and query port (e.g. 7777, 7778, 27015)
NOTE: Each ark server should not use consecutive server port, always make sure they are one apart e.g. server1 = 7777,27015, server2 = 7779,27016, server3 = 7781,27017
When Wildcard changed the code to include EPIC client, they made it a requirement to set two server ports.
Both servers start, show correct port/query/cluster ID but I cannot connect to which ever server gets loaded second. As I said, I believe it's my forwarding. I am on fiber optic and while it seems straight forward, perhaps it's not. Appreciate the assistance.
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