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Easiest way: Make sure both computers are connected to the same network. Log into your MC world. Hit 'esc' on your keyboard. Click 'Open to LAN' Adjust settings and click 'Start LAN World' Go to the other computer. Click 'Multiplayer' on the home screen. Select the world that you opened in the last 4 steps. If the world doesn't show up: Go back ...
There are services designed to give you a human-friendly name that points to your IP address; I use one called No-IP. They have a client that sits on your computer so that when your IP address changes, it updates the DNS record for you. That way, you can always go to the same domain name to get to your computer.
Some routers and/or ISPs have a quirk where you cannot access the router on the WAN from inside the router. Try having a friend log in.
Well, from the log you have a bad navigation mesh on the map. Try a different map. As of how to kill a running server, just open another console to your Linux server and kill the program from there. I recommend always keeping an HTOP monitor to a Linux computer open, because it can be invaluable for doing these things as well as detecting out of control ...
The things I thought about: For port forwarding: Have you checked if you entered the right IP for your computer? My computer had a different IP after switching from W-LAN to Ethernet It could also be that in addition to your software firewalls somehow the windows included firewall is maing problems. Maybe check this too if it allows for Terraria. A work ...
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