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Dark Multi Player - connection issue

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KSP: 1.2.1.1604 Windows 64bit

Problem: Cannot establish connection between Dark Multi Player client and Dark Multi Player server

Mods installed:

Dark Multi Player v0.2.4.0

Reproduction steps:

1) Set a new port-forward rule named KSP, with the start port 6702, end port 6702, "Both" protocol and your local IP adress.

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2) Go to site http://d-mp.org/w/Download/old/release and download Client version v0.2.4.02016-11-12 16:57:11.

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3) Extract the content of the downloaded file and paste the folder "Darkmultiplayer" folder located in the extracted file into your KSP "GameData" folder.

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4) Go to the site http://d-mp.org/w/Download/old/release and download server version v0.2.4.02016-11-12 16:57:11.

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5) Extract the content of the downloaded file and paste the folder "DMP server" on your desktop.

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6) Run the file "DMPServer.exe" located in the "DMP Server" folder.

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7) Go to http://whatismyipaddress.com/ and copy you IP address.

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8) Run KSP, press add in the "DarkMultiPlayer" window, type in KSP as name and use the IP address acquired in the step above to input into "Adress:", then put "6702" into "Port:", then press "Add server".

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9) Select "KSP" and press "Connect". After a while, a "Connection error" message should appear.

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Log:

I am pretty sure this does not have to do anything with the log, since no connection is even made.

 

 

Thanks for any help, me and my friend want to set up a server and play together, but I can't manage to set it up... and I am very sorry in advance if I misplaced the question, but I am still new here.

I will happily answer any questions related to the problem.

Thanks,

Anonymmm

 

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Hey,

I was so impatient that I started experimenting and worked it out myself. Apparently, ESET Smart Security by default blocks all UDP communication - so basically, if you port forward, ESET will block it...

 

Nevertheless, 

Thanks,

Anonymmm

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