TanoX

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  1. Got it working. Quick steps on making your server (hosted in the same network, but on a different PC) public: 1. Get a domain - mysite.com 2. Point the domain to your IP Address. 3. Port forwarding router/firewall. 4. Edit the Windows hosts file as it follows: 127.0.0.1 myserver.com xx.xx.xx.xx myserver.com (Public IP) 192.168.1.X (local IP of the PC hosting the server) 5. Edit the realmlist database as it follows: address xx.xx.xx.xx (your PUBLIC IP address) localAddress 192.168.1.X (your local Server address) 6. Edit the realmlist.wtf file with your local Server IP 192.168.1.X Should work. Cheers!
  2. Hello guys, I'm having trouble connecting to my server (Windows), which is located on another machine in the same network. I get the realm loop when I try to login ingame. - My setup is as it follows: 1. Domain - myserver.com -> Login subdomain that points to my external IP - logon.myserver.com 2. Router - Static IPv4 xx.xx.xx.xx 3. Gaming PC - Internal IP 192.168.1.7 4. Trinity Server PC - Internal IP 192.168.1.8 - What i did: 1. Followed THIS guide on making the server public. 2. Port forwarded the required ports in my router and pointed all to the Internal host: 192.168.1.8 3. Opened the ports in the Firewall 4. Followed THIS guide on how to setup the Windows hosts. 127.0.0.1 logon.myserver.com xx.xx.xx.xx logon.myserver.com 5. Edited the realmlist.wtf file, with the internal IP of the server 192.168.1.8 (this is the only way it connects). PS: I also tried adding a second realm but I get the bad realm message when I try to connect to it, and also it doesn't "merge" with the first realm, so even if I could connect to it, I would't be able to play together with my friends. Nothing works... All my friends are able to connect to the server, except me. I'm suspecting it's an issue with configuring the Win hosts. Any pointers on what else I could try? Thanks!
  3. To make the email system work, you have to do the following settings: 1. Enable own SMTP from FusionCMS Admin, and set the following values: $config['use_own_smtp_settings'] = 1; $config['smtp_host'] = "ssl://smtp.gmail.com"; $config['smtp_user'] = "USERNAME@gmail.com"; $config['smtp_pass'] = "GMAIL-PASSWORD"; $config['smtp_port'] = 465; $config['mail_debug'] = false; 2. Get a Gmail account and enable less secure apps from settings (https://myaccount.google.com/lesssecureapps) 3. Go to Gmail settings - POP/IMAP and enable IMAP. 4. Open ports in router/firewall (Port 465). 5. Go have a drink in my honor! I spent 3 days to figure out such a simple solution, as there's absolutely no information online, on how to configure this system under FusionCMS... Now you have it. Enjoy!
  4. Issue resolved. I had to update some Gmail settings.
  5. Hello guys, Having a static ipv4 and a spare pc at home, I decided to host a little server for me and my friends, using Win7, Bitnami Wamp Stack, TrinityCore and FusionCMS 6.1.7. Everything works as it should, except the email system (Password Recovery and Account Validation). I tried every possible configuration, using Yahoo/Gmail SMTP, using the internal system, opening ports etc. and it still doesn't work... I get the message that an email was successfully sent, but nothing is received in the actual inbox. - SMTP Settings: $config['use_own_smtp_settings'] = 1; $config['smtp_host'] = "ssl://smtp.gmail.com"; $config['smtp_user'] = "USERNAME@gmail.com"; $config['smtp_pass'] = "GMAIL-PASSWORD"; $config['smtp_port'] = 465; $config['mail_debug'] = false; - Success message: to: 250 2.1.5 OK b72sm305649wmd.0 - gsmtp data: 354 Go ahead b72sm305649wmd.0 - gsmtp 250 2.0.0 OK 1503901034 b72sm305649wmd.0 - gsmtp quit: 221 2.0.0 closing connection b72sm305649wmd.0 - gsmtp Your message has been successfully sent using the following protocol: smtp User-Agent: CodeIgniter Date: Sun, 27 Aug 2017 23:17:14 -0700 From: "WoW" <no-reply@yoursite.com> Return-Path: <no-reply@yoursite.com> To: user@yahoo.com Subject: =?utf-8?Q?WoW:_reset_your_password?= Reply-To: "no-reply@yoursite.com" <no-reply@yoursite.com> X-Sender: no-reply@yoursite.com X-Mailer: CodeIgniter X-Priority: 3 (Normal) Message-ID: <59a3b56a393e4@yoursite.com> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="B_ALT_59a3b56a393ea" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. Your email application may not support this format. --B_ALT_59a3b56a393ea Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit You have requested to reset your password, to complete the request please navigate to http://localhost/password_recovery/requestPassword/1138e72120fcd2f4b08f12a5b82d55e6ed89b94d --B_ALT_59a3b56a393ea Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable You have requested to reset your password, to complete the request please n= avigate to <a href=3D"http://localhost/password_recovery/requestPassword/11= 38e72120fcd2f4b08f12a5b82d55e6ed89b94d">http://localhost/password_recovery/= requestPassword/1138e72120fcd2f4b08f12a5b82d55e6ed89b94d</a> --B_ALT_59a3b56a393ea-- Checked and all my ports are open, Firewall off. Also tried using the fake sendmail for windows and it works like a charm when testing with: <?php mail("user@yahoo.com","Subject","Email message","From: WoW@gmail.com"); ?> What could be the issue? Any help is greatly appreciated, as this thing is driving me crazy. Thanks!