[bf1942] bfv linux servers not showing on ASE?

Rick Thompson fortweb at fortweb.com
Mon Mar 29 23:20:05 EST 2004

If that is the case then you are likely correct because I know there were 
some players sending out invites via ASE that first night it was up. I 
didn't install ASE to check it until several days later after reading about 
the problems with it here.

Still using 15690 for the ASE port though, 23000 is used for the gamespy port.


At 04:20 AM 3/30/2004 +0100, you wrote:
>Never used any manager tools and not a single one of our servers are listed.
> From what chang said there's a bug in the linux server which reports as
>bf1942 not bfv since he said that I hadn't done any digging tbh.
>I have now and it  looks like a ASE master server bug the master on
>receipt of the heartbeat packet blindly queries port 23000 and 35433
>instead of the specified port. The explains why putting the ASE port to
>23000 solves the issue but is not a solution if more than one server
>runs on the machine :(
> From what I've been lead to believe it only takes one user to add a server
>to their list for it to become available to everyone, perhaps this was
>done with your server.
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