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    Specifying redirect server's port.

    Ok, I'm digging out my UT99 setups, and am setting up my own redirect server.

    Basically trying to dust off roughly 20 years of memories here. LOL.

    I remember roughly how to have UT99 servers specify redirect servers for the client to use. Usually something like this example:

    [IpDrv.HTTPDownload]
    RedirectToURL=http://uz.MyRedirectServer.com/
    ProxyServerHost=
    ProxyServerPort=3128
    UseCompression=True

    [IpDrv.TcpNetDriver]
    AllowDownloads=True
    MaxDownloadSize=0
    DownloadManagers=IpDrv.HTTPDownload
    DownloadManagers=Engine.ChannelDownload

    Ok, because the client is issueing either an HTTP GET or POST (I forget which), does it mean that my redirect server should be hosting on the standard http port 80?

    Or can I specify (say) the port 6666 as this:
    [IpDrv.HTTPDownload]
    RedirectToURL=http://uz.MyRedirectServer.com:6666/

    Thanks guys. Trying to remember stuff I used to know like the back of my hand is embarrassing, but feel free to bust on me anyway.

    #2
    You can just make your UT send files High speed if you want.
    So not need redirect.

    Edit your .bat file start server like that.

    Code:
    @echo off
    :10
    cd System
    
    ucc server -lanplay %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9 -log=../Logs/server.log
    copy ../Logs/server.log ../Logs/servercrash.log
    goto 10

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      #3
      Yeah, I found out about -lanplay. It's my first pass attempt at the server.

      However, where do I find all the command line arguments for the linux ucc-bin, and for the regular PC version?

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        #4
        What is the end goal ?

        Control the server remotely Stop Start Restart.
        Add mutators and other setting directly at the start server.

        You can do a server at your home under windows 10 or other that work perfect.

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          #5
          Originally posted by medor View Post
          What is the end goal ?

          Control the server remotely Stop Start Restart.
          Add mutators and other setting directly at the start server.

          You can do a server at your home under windows 10 or other that work perfect.

          Sure, except that it's on a Linux system (ucc-bin) and dumping core (it's a 32 bit image running on a 64 bit Linux Mint 18.03 based off of Ubuntu 16.04LTS and I have all the multi-architecture support loaded). So my choices are narrowing. I might have to struggle through with Wine which thus far causes multiple crashes.

          Also, the command line arguments are useful for testing.
          Last edited by tgm1024; 04-21-2020, 09:57 AM.

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            #6
            Maybe this can help you http://medor.no-ip.org/index.php?dir...&search_mode=f

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              #7
              i will offer my advice once on this subject, controller file, seperate configs.
              (links to configs which then define the server, not in your controller, the controller is like a "port forward")
              don't over do it, leave that for the server config end. just my two cents.

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