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    Reason: No route to host

    Error: I could not see your service on 70.59.39.175 on port (25565)
    Reason: No route to host

    i get this error when i check the open port on my unbuntu server. i use lynx a text based browser. does anyone know what could be the cause of this problem? i have searched for a couple hours on the internet but have gotten almost no where. thank you for the help in advance.

    also i can connect via openSSH, and this box is set as DMZ.

    //nucleus
    Last edited by Nucleus1; September 4th, 2011 at 07:58 PM. Reason: More info

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    Re: Reason: No route to host

    Wow, lacks some detail.

    What are you trying to do? What site are you trying to connect to? Why are you using a text based browser? Can you connect using a normal web browser? Can you connect from another computer? Can you access other site? etc.

    Please give more detail

    Also post the output of "route" of both the client and the server (please indicate clearly). Also tell us about any networking hardware between you and the host, eg FIREWALLS, ROUTERS, etc..

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    Re: Reason: No route to host

    Sorry for the lack of detail.

    first off i am trying to host a server for a game called Minecraft so people are connecting on the port 25565. I forwarded all my ports on my router, or better yet set the box as DMZ. i used a text based browser to view whether or not the ports were open at Canyouseeme.org.

    Error: I could not see your service on 70.59.39.175 on port (25565)
    Reason: No route to host

    as far as i am concerned there are no firewalls on my unbuntu server unless one came with the installation. I can connect to port 22 fine but not 25565. i am using a Q1000 router also btw.

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    Re: Reason: No route to host

    first off i am trying to host a server for a game called Minecraft so people are connecting on the port 25565. I forwarded all my ports on my router, or better yet set the box as DMZ. i used a text based browser to view whether or not the ports were open at Canyouseeme.org.
    Oka. Just hosting a sever for local people is easy. For the internet, is harder.

    Just setting the pc as the DMZ wont help, is the server setup correctly to be a DMZ? You cant just point the router to the computer, as a dmz server.

    Please view http://portforward.com/ for how to setup your NAT on your router to correctly translate internet traffic to the local minecraft serer.

    Good luck

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    Re: Reason: No route to host

    Ok i know how to port forward. i have already ran a minecraft server off windows and it worked fine. not a problem in the world. but when i switch to unbuntu it wont work.

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    Re: Reason: No route to host

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