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Sep
25
suggested suggested edit on Can wearing a helmet save your life?
Sep
23
revised Which factions' reputations are worth pursuing for gear/recipe rewards?
Added horde variant of the krasarang faction, corrected HP on timeless isle elites
Sep
23
suggested suggested edit on Which factions' reputations are worth pursuing for gear/recipe rewards?
Aug
27
comment Do NPC's perform their daily routine while you're gone?
Comment because I have no source or distance, but there is almost certainly a distance limit for the NPC to be active. When you get close enough, the NPC spawns where they should be for that time of day given other game states (plot points, npcs alive). It would be too taxing on the system to have every NPC in the entire game world performing a daily routine all the time, collision checking for mines and all other objects. They almost certainly unload when you get far enough away and reload when you come close again
Aug
23
reviewed Reviewed How to clear “Storm the Sheep” on extreme in Defender's Quest?
Aug
15
reviewed Reviewed After updating Minecraft: Pocket Edition, there isn't any mobs spawning
Aug
15
reviewed Reviewed What is the Exceedingly Rare Special item?
Aug
7
reviewed Reviewed How do you generate mud plots for planting mushrooms?
Jul
29
comment Why can I connect to my server using an internal IP and localhost, but not when I use my external IP?
@jeffreylin_ The process described above allows any EXTERNAL computer to access the single specified internal computer on the given port. You cannot map a single external port to multiple internal computers, but you can allow different external ports to point to different internal computers on the same ports.
Jul
26
comment Why can I connect to my server using an internal IP and localhost, but not when I use my external IP?
+1 because it works and is probably easier, but I definitely wouldn't recommend it. You can turn DMZ on and off as needed to help mitigate the risks, but setting up port forwarding will be a better idea long term.
Jul
26
revised Why can I connect to my server using an internal IP and localhost, but not when I use my external IP?
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Jul
26
answered Why can I connect to my server using an internal IP and localhost, but not when I use my external IP?
Jul
26
comment Why can I connect to my server using an internal IP and localhost, but not when I use my external IP?
Yes, your public address is what your friends will type in to reach you. You also have a private(internal) address assigned to you by your router, probably in the 192.168.x.x range. That is what you need to have in the "private" box shown on your router config screenshot. You are in essence saying "if somebody talks to the router on port 25565, send them to the computer at 192.168.1.17 (or whatever)".
Jul
26
comment Why can I connect to my server using an internal IP and localhost, but not when I use my external IP?
Since you can connect with localhost, it's a sign there's something up with your port forwarding setup. I notice in your screenshot you have the private IP set to 184.152.x.x -- typically the private IP would be set to your internal IP address, which would usually be something like 192.168.x.x (given your router is at 192.168.0.1). Are you sure you don't have your public/external IP typed in the private IP box?
Jun
15
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
10
comment What does paying get you in Star Trek Online?
Since there are per-day caps, don't we need to know how many days it would take to match buying in-game currency? By another post, best case scenario 8000/130 = ~62ZEN.. 3000Z (per end-game ship)/62Z (per day) = ~48days/ship. So best case scenario, a month and a half of 2-4 hour days for a single end-game ship. I'm not familiar with other aspects of the game (multiple ships? do ships become obsolete?) but hopefully these numbers will help others who are more familiar
Jun
10
comment What does paying get you in Star Trek Online?
Nobody's saying you can't play it and have fun without paying. They are saying that to compete at the highest levels, it is somewhere between extremely implausible and mechanically impossible for free players to be on a level playing field with paid players.
Jun
5
awarded  Excavator
Jun
5
revised How can I earn more Gems?
Added information about the racetrack and gemstone dragons since these features were added since this answer was originally provided
Jun
5
suggested suggested edit on How can I earn more Gems?