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    Windows server under Mac OSX shared connection will only connect on local

    This is my first post in the forum, and i have read a lot of other threads. No situation matched so far, and other solutions wouldn't help that issue in particular, so I decided to join and ask. I look forward to helping others as well from now on!

    Okay. I decided to host a TS3 server on my notebook (windows XP) that is connected to my Mac Mini (OSX Snow Leopard) shared internet.

    The situation is I have had this server running on the IP, let's say, 184.254.160.95 (this is someone else's, if it exists at all), and worked like a charm. I am bootcamping this mac, so I decided to move the server to this notebook running windows XP. I'll get to why I posted in this section of the forum, Mac OS X.

    So the notebook has the same ip, 184.254.160.95, and won't connect at all. I CAN connect via internal IP.

    It's like this:
    184.254.160.95 for MAC OS X, 10.0.2.1, sharing connection to the internet to the notebook, 10.0.2.3, which has also the same external ip, 184.254.160.95.
    On OSX, I can connect via 10.0.2.3:8779 (I've already changed the port on windows). But I can't simply connect using 184.254.160.95:8779.

    I tried ipfw, turning off firewall and natd services. Maybe I wasn't able to do any of them correctly .
    My MacMini is directly connect do the modem, and shares the connection. No routers between the modem and Mac.
    I'm from Brasil, if that matters.

    Any thoughts how to solve this dilemma? Any more info I need to provide?
    Last edited by ponhovo; August 28th, 2013 at 08:42 AM.

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    When you set up the server to run on your mac, you surely did some portforwarding. Did you change the portforwarding so that the incoming connections will be redirected to the new location?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthias B View Post
    When you set up the server to run on your mac, you surely did some portforwarding. Did you change the portforwarding so that the incoming connections will be redirected to the new location?
    I didn't do any portforwarding, it just took place.
    I tried forwarding 30033, 10011 and 27050 to 10.0.2.3, but it didn't work, either the forward didn't took place, or I screwed up. And maybe that's what's missing.

    Right now, I'm trying to access the "router", that is inside MacMini, that's different than 184.254.160.95.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ponhovo View Post
    [...] I tried forwarding 30033, 10011 and 27050 to 10.0.2.3 [...]
    Did you fix 10.0.2.3 as your internal IP so it will not change?
    I assume 27050 is your UDP voice port? If not, please check this FAQ article: https://support.teamspeakusa.com/ind...k-3-server-use
    There are several web pages out there offering to check whether certain ports are open on your router. You might want to check that to make sure it is not an issue with your ports.

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