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port forwarded in firewall and router plus turned on upnp and I cant see it on the list to have my friends join I dont get it

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I port forwarded in firewall and router plus turned on upnp and I cant see it on the list to have my friends join I dont get it . What am i doing wrong i thought with upnp on it would work automatically plus all ports are forwarded . I even turned the ports off  to see if upnp does it on its own I still dont see it I dont even see It In LAN  the only way i see it after that is when I put in my ip address but not the global ip it dont show.

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It is and it turns out that the internet service provider plan states one ip for building cant even if i tried  can Hamachi be used like lan with exile

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On 12/11/2017 at 10:40 AM, Beowulfv said:

Can you connect to it and get all the way into the server?

Did you add all the ports?
https://community.bistudio.com/wiki/Arma_3_Dedicated_Server#Port_Forwarding

Are you sure you are port forwarding correctly?
https://portforward.com/router.htm

Have you tested to see if the port is actually open?
https://portforward.com/help/portcheck.htm

Yes i can connect and yes i forwarded right even on my router when upnp is on i can see the ports are running but the check thing i tried online and the only port that was ever on was 80 and not even the mysql 3306 showed on the websites i never tried that program to check ports

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Download and run the port checker. If you are able to connect to the server yourself that means it isn't a coding error. However you could still not have the ports open for your local machine. Have you made sure you have the ports linked to the correct IPv4 Address?

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