I have set up Minecraft servers on Windows in the past and was able to connect to them externally no problem. However, after setting it up on Ubuntu it is absolutely refusing to allow external connections.
sudo ufw status 25565 ALLOW Anywhere 25565 (v6) ALLOW Anywhere (v6) netstat -ntlp | grep 25565 tcp6 0 0 0.0.0.0:25565 :::* LISTEN 3228/java $ sudo iptables -L --line-numbers | grep 25565 1 ACCEPT tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:25565 2 ACCEPT udp -- anywhere anywhere udp dpt:25565
I have port forwarded my router on tcp 25565 to my ip address, and yet I am still unable to see myself on canyouseeme.org for 25565 using public ip address.
#Minecraft server properties #Tue Apr 11 00:00:54 MDT 2017 max-tick-time=60000 generator-settings= force-gamemode=false allow-nether=true gamemode=0 enable-query=false player-idle-timeout=0 difficulty=1 spawn-monsters=true op-permission-level=4 announce-player-achievements=true pvp=true snooper-enabled=true level-type=DEFAULT hardcore=false enable-command-block=false max-players=20 network-compression-threshold=256 resource-pack-sha1= max-world-size=29999984 server-port=25565 server-ip= spawn-npcs=true allow-flight=false level-name=world view-distance=10 resource-pack= spawn-animals=true white-list=false generate-structures=true online-mode=true max-build-height=256 level-seed= use-native-transport=true enable-rcon=false motd=A Minecraft Server
Anyone have any ideas on what I could be doing wrong here?