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PostSubject: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:30 am

I do not endorse any of the information that i give in this guide however the information is their for you to use:

STEP 1: Downloading Java Development Kit

First you need to download Java Sun's JDK.
You can download it at this link.
http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp

Click on the most recent JDK version (Currently: JDK 6 Update 16).
On this page you will have to select your platform, the purpose of this guide is for Windows
So choose the Windows platform
Select 'Multi-Language' and click the 'I agree' box.
Click the box 'I agree' and click on one of the 2 downloads you can choose and install it.

You can use either online or offline instalation

STEP 2: The IP Adress

Okay well this is where the work comes in, you have your java development kit now you need to setup
an ip adress for your server.

If you do not have a Virtual Private Server (VPS for short) then you will want to setup an no-ip adress
or a hamachi adress - however for the purpose of this guide we will be using no-ip, as it is prefered by most
rsps users.

But a quick explanation for everybody else =]

____________FOR VPS USERS____________

you have been granted the fortune of a vps, the ip adress you are sent by the company you bought
the vps from will be your version of a no-ip adress, if you would like you can also no-ip this adress
but i do not recommend it and it is not needed.

___________FOR HAMACHI USERS__________

Okay this guide isnt based on Hamachi at all, but if you have hamachi the adress at the top of the software
is the ip adress used when connecting to your server - however you cannot make this into a no-ip adress
it will not work.

__________Now back to NO-IP_____________

No ip takes your current ip adress, and reconfigures it into an easier ip adress to remember

okay you need to head to this link

http://www.no-ip.com/newUser.php

then start filling in your real details, they wont contact you with this, but if you are hosting something illegal
it is better for them to know about it.

Once you have made an account head to the download page

http://www.no-ip.com/downloads.php

Click the big windows button as this is the system we are using.
You now need to press download
and go to download.com

then the download will begin

once downloaded open the no-ip software
it should appear as an icon in your mini-bar on the bottom of your compter screen
maximise it, it will now say a lot of text in the text box.

press click here where it says about the hosts
then it will open your internet and you need to go to the add a host section


the internet will now load a new webpage with your no-ip server details
in hostname put the name you want your server to connect to: e.g. brourcool.no-ip.biz

then choose hostype : DNS HOST(A)

the ip adress should be filled in already

scroll to the bottom of the page and press create.

STEP 3: Opening port 43594

Go to your windows firewall setting - can be found through control panel
then go to exceptions - press add port

where it says name - put your no-ip hostname e.g. brourcool.no-ip.biz
then in port put 43594 - OR WHATEVER PORT YOU ARE USING FOR YOUR SERVER

STEP 4 - PORTFORWARDING

I warn you this isnt easy at all - if you do everything else right this will probably be the most annoying part for you
However if you are lucky and dont own a router to your internet - guess what you can skip this section =]

I will be using netgear as my example - not because of any reason but i heard its quite a hard router to port forward for
anybody using another type of router should either try to follow this section as closely as possible to their routers settings
or go to http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/routerindex.htm
there you will see a list of routers - find yours and click 1st smtp server

okay for you lucky netgear users - open a new internet tab or a new internet page
and type in the url bar (adress bar) 192.168.0.1

it will ask you for the username and password to your router
The default username and password is:

Admin - username
Password - password

however if the owner of the router set up custom login details you may not be able to access the router
unless you know those details

Okay now for you Netgear users press services in the navigation bar under the security heading
press add custom service
and it will ask for

Name: (anything you like - the name of the server if you want)
Type: TCP/UDP
Start Port: 43594 ( OR WHATEVER PORT YOU ARE USING)
Finish Port: 43594 ( OR WHATEVER PORT YOU ARE USING)

okay now press apply
head back to the navigation bar again under the heading security
go to firewall rules

in the inbound services area
press add - found above apply

Okay it will come up with some options:

Service:
Action:
Send to Lan Server:
Wan Users:
Log:

In service select your previously created service
in action select ALLOW ALWAYS
in send to Lan Server place your local ip adress ( NOT UR NO-IP ONE)

Leave wan users empty

Select ALWAYS in Log

to find you local ip adress:

Press start-Run

and then type cmd and press enter
then a big black box will appear
type ipconfig in the box and again press enter.
you will see the ip adress their.
save and then press apply on the inbounds - outbounds page.

Step 4 is done =]

STEP 5: Sources/Clients

You will want to download a server source or client that if you follow this guide correctly
the source will be the server and the client will connect to it.

STEP 6: The system could not find the path specified

Open "MY COMPUTER"

click "VIEW SYSTEM INFORMATION"

click "ADVANCED"

click "ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES"

Under user variables press NEW

Enter this information:

Variable name: CLASSPATH
Variable Value: CLASSPATH=C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_16\bin;%CLASSPATH%;

only use that value if you are using jdk 6 update 16
if you are using another version simply change the 16 to the update number
and the 1.6 to the version number

also change the directory to the place you installed JDK.

Again under User Variables press NEW

again enter this information:

Variable name: PATH
Variable Value: C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_16\bin

again depending on whether or not your using version 6 update 16

Now press okay again and okay again - your computer will now recognise java.

YOU HAVE NOW COMPLETED THIS GUIDE.


Also if you are using a linksys Router you should follow this guide

http://www.runelocus.com/index.php?action=rspstut


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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:41 am

Ok, so what do we do after all of that?
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:45 am

btw nice guide :d
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:58 am

just finished the guide
sorry it took sometime to do.
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 9:02 am

I've seen you've edited it, will you be adding how to install a source or base?
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 9:19 am

You do not install a base or source. you download them
most sources come compressed in a winrar package
go to google download winrar. then download a source
locate the source then right click and press extract here
then open the folder made and press run
if you followed the information i posted on beginning an rsps
it should have no problem running - then as long as you have no-ip running
and your host is working - players can connect using the no-ip adress you set up
and you can connect using your localhost adress 127.0.0.1

please note: 127.0.0.1 is not an ip adress it is your computers inbuilt adress
it is the same for every computer, so just because you can log on with that
doesnt mean anybody else can, they have to use the no-ip adress.
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 2:01 pm

Port fowarding is confusing, mind making a video?
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 2:04 pm

lol make a video? =D its not that difficult what type of router have you got?
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 2:52 pm

make a video ftw
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 3:17 pm

I'm having trouble.
http://img190.imageshack.us/i/servererrorf.mp4/
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 3:58 pm

Screw it, I restored my computer.
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 5:36 pm

im having trouble with the
192.168.0.1
in webpage address bar.
its not loading.
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 5:46 pm

You need to open up cmd. Type ipconfig. Find your default gateway. Use that.
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 5:50 pm

i did.
and now i need to f'in get the stupid pass from my dad.
fml
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Mon Sep 07, 2009 5:56 pm

and of course...
he didn't give it to me.
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Thu Sep 10, 2009 9:03 am

=[, you dont have to do the portforwarding part though its just a good place to start, for example you could start at hamachi which is pritty basic and lots of people dont like or you could buy a vps and just start straight away from their =D
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Sat Sep 12, 2009 3:20 pm

On a side note instead of using no-ip, if you have a domain that offers dns (example co.cc) you can make your forum address your ip address Smile

(ill make a tut for it if requested)
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Sat Sep 12, 2009 3:46 pm

yes piguy you should make that tutorial, the more the better =]
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Sat Sep 12, 2009 3:48 pm

no-ips are overated
i will tomorrow when i have time
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Sat Sep 12, 2009 3:50 pm

yeah,
please do.
i was so f'in pissed when he just laughed at me and said no.
i almost dropkicked him in the face.
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PostSubject: Re: Beginning an RSPS (not endorsed)   Thu Sep 24, 2009 2:09 pm

Great !Very Happy hope i can read it
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