09-13-2005, 03:42 PM
(This post was last modified: 09-13-2005, 03:45 PM by Drocona.)
ok since the steam ticket error occurs only when 2 people get online on the same serial number:
when the server runs, do you play source? or do you join your server?
because you just cant be online with both client and server that use the same serial.
if this is the case i suggest downloading the standalone dedicated server with the hldsupdatetool
09-13-2005, 03:45 PM
(This post was last modified: 09-13-2005, 04:14 PM by friends.)
ive tried DMZing it before if thats what you mean
i might try again soon though
yes, I have given it permission to act as a server and ive globally forwarded ports 27015, 1200 and 27020 both tcp and udp in ZA
wow really drocona?
i hadnt thought of that at all!
nah actually i did
no, i dont connect to my own server, and yes, i use the standalone server.
and also i can connect to my own server no probs, and i have mentioned all of this before, so i ask that you please take time to read the thread next time...
sorry if i come across angry or something but i had my hopes up that someone would answer :S
dont worry drocona
yeah i have done that on my router skeletor, and i can't take out my router because it is a modem/router in one
the best i can do is DMZ it...
i think ill turn off DoS protection etc. aswell just incase
yeah i have forwarded 27009, but UDP only.
im not too sure about krisse's reply because it sounds like it is only for lan users....
I had an interesting development the other day, when i start a LAN server it says the domain is internet, and people start joining. this also happens (with the errors) when i set sv_lan 1 - i think...
10-20-2009, 02:30 AM
(This post was last modified: 10-20-2009, 04:27 AM by Mooga.)
But the invalid steam UserID tickets are coming from a lan client is it not? If it's coming from someone off the net, than it may be they are trying to use a steam account currently being used.