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I have setup a dedicated server and can see it with the local IP in my server listing though when trying to connected I run into a p2p connection failure and noticed my public IP is showing the server as not responding. I have dedicated 10gbs of ram and am using the StartServer64 batch file in the F:\SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\Project Zomboid Dedicated Server folder. I have included the log files and a screenshot below.

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23-12-21_07-51-52_DebugLog-server.txt

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Ok so I no longer get the p2p connection error when attempting to connect to my local after re-verifying the project zomboid dedicated server via steam and then re-launching as the 64bit launcher instead of through steam. That said, I still get failed to respond when attempting to connect to my public IP

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48 minutes ago, randomwildwood said:

Ok so I no longer get the p2p connection error when attempting to connect to my local after re-verifying the project zomboid dedicated server via steam and then re-launching as the 64bit launcher instead of through steam. That said, I still get failed to respond when attempting to connect to my public IP

 

Yeah you should use your local IP to join your own hosted server. You can also leave your IP as 127.0.0.1 if you are hosting locally. 

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Good day,

Do you know how you got it to eventually work?
I have the same issue. Even external IP addresses are saying 'the server is not responding'. I've opened ports in router and firewall.

Thanks for the help!

 

When you start your server, does it have similar messages at the top?

LOG  : General     , 1643821538146> 149,360,996> trying to setup port forwarding rules...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538146> 149,360,996> 1643821538146 znet: Using http://172.16.1.254:5000/wipc_cont to map external UDP port 16261 to local port 16261...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538146> 149,360,997> 1643821538146 znet: Checking if the port is already mapped...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538161> 149,361,008> 1643821538161 znet: Port 16261 is already mapped to 172.16.1.202:16261 for 0 seconds
LOG  : General     , 1643821538161> 149,361,009> 1643821538161 znet: It seems to be our old mapping
LOG  : General     , 1643821538161> 149,361,009> 1643821538161 znet: Deleting this existing mapping...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538255> 149,361,105> 1643821538255 znet: Existing mapping has been successfully removed
LOG  : General     , 1643821538255> 149,361,106> 1643821538255 znet: Adding mapping to the routing table...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538271> 149,361,115> 1643821538271 znet: UPNP_AddPortMapping() has failed with code 402 (Invalid Args)
LOG  : Network     , 1643821538271> 149,361,115> Failed to add port mapping, retrying with zero lease time
LOG  : General     , 1643821538271> 149,361,116> 1643821538271 znet: Using http://172.16.1.254:5000/wipc_cont to map external UDP port 16261 to local port 16261...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538271> 149,361,116> 1643821538271 znet: Checking if the port is already mapped...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538286> 149,361,129> 1643821538286 znet: Failed to get existing mapping: 714 (NoSuchEntryInArray)
LOG  : General     , 1643821538286> 149,361,130> 1643821538286 znet: Adding mapping to the routing table...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538396> 149,361,236> 1643821538396 znet: UPNP_AddPortMapping() succeeded, testing now...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538411> 149,361,260> 1643821538411 znet: UPNP_GetSpecificPortMappingEntry() succeeded, seems that we're good
LOG  : General     , 1643821538411> 149,361,261> 1643821538411 znet: UPNP_GetSpecificPortMappingEntry() results: intClient == '172.16.1.202', intPort == '16261', duration == '0'
LOG  : Network     , 1643821538411> 149,361,261> Default port has been mapped successfully
LOG  : General     , 1643821538411> 149,361,262> 1643821538411 znet: Using http://172.16.1.254:5000/wipc_cont to map external UDP port 8766 to local port 8766...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538411> 149,361,262> 1643821538411 znet: Checking if the port is already mapped...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538427> 149,361,280> 1643821538427 znet: Port 8766 is already mapped to 172.16.1.202:8766 for 0 seconds
LOG  : General     , 1643821538427> 149,361,280> 1643821538427 znet: It seems to be our old mapping
LOG  : General     , 1643821538427> 149,361,281> 1643821538427 znet: Deleting this existing mapping...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538755> 149,361,599> 1643821538755 znet: Existing mapping has been successfully removed
LOG  : General     , 1643821538755> 149,361,600> 1643821538755 znet: Adding mapping to the routing table...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538771> 149,361,613> 1643821538771 znet: UPNP_AddPortMapping() has failed with code 402 (Invalid Args)
LOG  : Network     , 1643821538771> 149,361,613> Failed to add port mapping, retrying with zero lease time
LOG  : General     , 1643821538771> 149,361,614> 1643821538771 znet: Using http://172.16.1.254:5000/wipc_cont to map external UDP port 8766 to local port 8766...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538771> 149,361,614> 1643821538771 znet: Checking if the port is already mapped...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538771> 149,361,624> 1643821538771 znet: Failed to get existing mapping: 714 (NoSuchEntryInArray)
LOG  : General     , 1643821538771> 149,361,625> 1643821538771 znet: Adding mapping to the routing table...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538896> 149,361,746> 1643821538896 znet: UPNP_AddPortMapping() succeeded, testing now...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538911> 149,361,758> 1643821538911 znet: UPNP_GetSpecificPortMappingEntry() succeeded, seems that we're good
LOG  : General     , 1643821538911> 149,361,759> 1643821538911 znet: UPNP_GetSpecificPortMappingEntry() results: intClient == '172.16.1.202', intPort == '8766', duration == '0'
LOG  : Network     , 1643821538911> 149,361,759> SteamPort1 has been mapped successfully
LOG  : General     , 1643821538911> 149,361,759> 1643821538911 znet: Using http://172.16.1.254:5000/wipc_cont to map external UDP port 8767 to local port 8767...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538911> 149,361,760> 1643821538911 znet: Checking if the port is already mapped...
LOG  : General     , 1643821538927> 149,361,770> 1643821538927 znet: Port 8767 is already mapped to 172.16.1.202:8767 for 0 seconds
LOG  : General     , 1643821538927> 149,361,771> 1643821538927 znet: It seems to be our old mapping
LOG  : General     , 1643821538927> 149,361,771> 1643821538927 znet: Deleting this existing mapping...
LOG  : General     , 1643821539193> 149,362,036> 1643821539193 znet: Existing mapping has been successfully removed
LOG  : General     , 1643821539193> 149,362,037> 1643821539193 znet: Adding mapping to the routing table...
LOG  : General     , 1643821539193> 149,362,044> 1643821539193 znet: UPNP_AddPortMapping() has failed with code 402 (Invalid Args)
LOG  : Network     , 1643821539193> 149,362,045> Failed to add port mapping, retrying with zero lease time
LOG  : General     , 1643821539193> 149,362,045> 1643821539193 znet: Using http://172.16.1.254:5000/wipc_cont to map external UDP port 8767 to local port 8767...
LOG  : General     , 1643821539193> 149,362,046> 1643821539193 znet: Checking if the port is already mapped...
LOG  : General     , 1643821539208> 149,362,059> 1643821539208 znet: Failed to get existing mapping: 714 (NoSuchEntryInArray)
LOG  : General     , 1643821539208> 149,362,059> 1643821539208 znet: Adding mapping to the routing table...
LOG  : General     , 1643821539349> 149,362,201> 1643821539349 znet: UPNP_AddPortMapping() succeeded, testing now...
LOG  : General     , 1643821539380> 149,362,224> 1643821539380 znet: UPNP_GetSpecificPortMappingEntry() succeeded, seems that we're good
LOG  : General     , 1643821539380> 149,362,224> 1643821539380 znet: UPNP_GetSpecificPortMappingEntry() results: intClient == '172.16.1.202', intPort == '8767', duration == '0'
LOG  : Network     , 1643821539380> 149,362,225> SteamPort2 has been mapped successfully
LOG  : Network     , 1643821539380> 149,362,225> Initialising Server Systems...

 

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On 12/24/2021 at 12:46 AM, CaptKaspar said:

 

Yeah you should use your local IP to join your own hosted server. You can also leave your IP as 127.0.0.1 if you are hosting locally. 

Okay wow!!!! I've been at this for the past 3 hours trying to connect to my own dedicated server, looking through endless articles and forum posts. This is the only time anybody has mentioned that I need to use my local IP. Thank you!! Works perfectly now!!

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