on 16-07-2021 05:44 PM
I am trying to host a minecraft bedrock server on my pc . I need the port 19132 to be open and forwarded . I get a static ip address for my pc and I followed all instructions on how to port forward and for some reason I still cant access the server on any device other than my own pc
I added some screen shots
Sorry for the way I uploaded the results of ipconflig but I cant send .txt files on the website for some reason
on 18-07-2021 01:40 PM
If you can't access it just via your LAN, then sorry, but you need to ask Minecraft. I can't tell you how to change to a different port, because I would need to know how to do this on the Minecraft application.
My skills are in IP networking, I am not a gamer.
on 18-07-2021 01:25 PM
Sorry for answering too late
I changed it to All and I still cant access . and no I also cant access through LAN for some reason
If I want to change the server port . How to know which port is open and not used by another program ?
on 17-07-2021 02:59 PM
I only wanted to see the rules that you have added for Minecraft, not everything. I couldn't see the rule called mc server properties, maybe I missed it.
Looking at the bedrock one that allows everything - seems a bit dangerous to me, the profile is set to Public. I would think it should be Private, not Public. You could as an experiment set it to all & see what happens?
on 17-07-2021 01:45 PM
This is an example of what I want to see:-
I am not sure what you mean by the properties of bedrock_server ports - is this something to do with Minecraft?
on 17-07-2021 01:34 PM
Yes , my router ip is 10.0.0.138 . about the WAN interface I just saw all other ports forwarding use ppp1.1 so I used it . about the access through LAN sorry I cant check that now but as soon as I can I will send you the results . about the firewall do you mean the whole advanced settings inbound or the properties of bedrock_server ports ?
on 17-07-2021 01:18 PM
I assume that your router's IP address is 10.0.0.138? The only bit I can't be certain about with the port forwarding in the router is are you specifying the correct WAN interface in the rule?
What I meant was can you connect to the Minecraft on your PC from something else locally, by connecting to the PC's 10.0.0.16 IP address?
Can you get me the summary screen from the Windows Defender Firewall (with all columns resized as required)?
on 17-07-2021 12:56 PM
It is far more meaningful to look at the summary of the firewall rule.
Can you get me a fresh copy of ipconfig plus also get me the output from:-
netstat -a | find "19132"
Can you connect to Minecraft from another device connected locally to your router?
on 17-07-2021 12:44 PM
I disabled the ipv6 and re-checked everything but I still cant access the server
Well that is interesting . I found this in the firewall Inbound rules its not the one I made but its with the name of the server and there is four of them two with TCP and two with UDP
on 17-07-2021 10:46 AM
The only problem I can see is that your PC's default gateway in ipconfig is showing up as an IPv6 address, not the IPv4 default gateway. You could try disabling IPv6.
on 16-07-2021 10:31 PM
I will wait for the new versions of your screenshots.
on 16-07-2021 10:27 PM
I can't really help much on a non-TalkTalk router, as I cannot test your rules. If you can re-upload the screenshots using the size option set to large. These are two small & the text gets blurred when I enlarge them. Then I will check them all for you. No port checking website is compatible with UDP ports & will always report as closed.
on 16-07-2021 10:23 PM
minecraft java edition uses the port 25565 but bedrock and education editions use 19132
Anyway I can change the port from the server settings but don't know how to choose the right ones
My router is D-Link DSL-G256DG . I am not sure if this exactly what you mean
on 16-07-2021 09:55 PM
Are you sure about that port, Minecraft on a Windows PC normally uses TCP port 25565?
If you tell me which router you have I will tell you how to configure the port forwarding in there.