Dedicated IVC Server
Have a remote dedicated machine that my group rents. Hosts DCS 24/7. A lit of us fly falcon do I decided to set up ivc on it because some of us have had issues. Ports 9987-9989 tcp and Udp are forwarded for incoming and outgoing. But I still get the one stating that it was unable to bind to the network port. I shut down dcs to see if that was the conflict. We also host our own ts3 server on this màchine. Any ideas?
Morphine last edited by
I’m assuming you use the default port (9987) for your TS3 server which is conflicting with your IVC server which uses the same port (9987 and 9988 & 9989). You can change the ports on TS3 but you can not change them for IVC.
Arty last edited by
server - clients firewalls are adjusted correctly to let IVC server and IVC client to communicate?
sorcer3r last edited by
We had the same issue and just changed the ports for the TS3-server. Works perfect now.
hoover last edited by
FWIW I’ve just successfully set up a dedicated IVC server based on CentOS Linux and WINE 1.7.x compiled from Source. Works great and doesn’t require a windows license.
Let me know if you need help or instructions and I’ll be happy to help.
I think it could be done with the native Linux TS server too but I have no idea where the IVC server gets its config from (like those default ports and virtual servers being created on startup).