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    Server Listed in the Red? Read this

    Source: https://www.pro2play.com/


    Process Explorer Website (direct link: ProcessExplorer.zip)

    If you get a red server (not responsive) in the listings then download the program above, it is a simple utility to examine programs that are running.

    1) Run the program (duh)
    -- You will see a list of all programs that are currently running on your pc on the left side.
    -- Find the process for the Unreal Tournament 4 server and RIGHT click it and then click PROPERTIES.

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    A new window shall open, there click on the TAB called TCP/IP
    Also deselect the option "Resolve addresses" so you can view the IP's and Ports it is currently using.

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    The ports and IP's you are interested in are on the left under Local Address.
    These ports are the ones you should open in your firewall and/or forward in your router.
    Once this has been completed you should restart your UT4 server and the server should now be responsive and no longer red

    If you need more help feel free to join discord @ https://discord.gg/ETv384q

    Greetz zunnie
    Last edited by zunnie; 11-28-2017, 02:47 AM.
    Pro 2 Play Community Website @ https://www.pro2play.com/
    UT4 Server/Hub Guide @ https://www.pro2play.com/games/ut4/guide.php
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    #2
    This is the equivalent on GNU/Linux:

    Code:
    netstat -tuanop | grep UE4Server
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