[ut2003io] Running multiple servers.

Archer B. May archermay at attbi.com
Thu Sep 19 02:01:59 EDT 2002

Sorry, but the ports are 7777 and 5555.  I wish it were that easy.  There
also seems to be a LAN port section in the .ini file, but when when I change
that port from 10777 to 10555, one server steps on the other causing lag.

----- Original Message -----
From: "ashridah" <ashridah at cyber.com.au>
To: <ut2003 at icculus.org>
Cc: <utservers at epicgames.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2002 1:57 AM
Subject: Re: [ut2003io] Running multiple servers.

> On Thu, Sep 19, 2002 at 01:09:12AM -0400, Archer B. May wrote:
> > I can't seem to get multiple servers to run on the same machine without
clobbering each other.  Can anyone point me to the place where I set the
port settings so that the servers won't kill eachother.  I tried the port=
line in the ini file, and that allowed people from outside my LAN to
connect, but from within the LAN, I could see both servers, but as soon as I
clicked on the second one (the non-7777 server), it would switch to the main
server.  What gives?
> just how different is the port number? iirc, it should be at least 10-20
> away, or so, since the server tends to allocate individual ports for
> connections or something (don't quote me on that)
> try it again with port=7877 for the server or something, if they were
> Andrew 'ashridah' Pilley
> >
> > Archer B. May
> >
> > Also, my single dm server has been swamped.  Everyone else having the
same good response?
> >
> >
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