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    Dec 2, 2015, 05:16 AM
    Dedicated server never shows in WAN
    I have created a dedicated server for ARK: Survival Evolved. However, my server shows only in local, I can't find it in the unofficial lists.
    If I view the server info through steam, the address is, which is local.

    If I tried to add my server as favorites, it's not responding.

    I have done the port forwarding. 27000/27050 (UDP), 7777/7778 (UDP), 32330 (TCP).

    Here are some concerns about the port forwarding:

    I have downloaded a port forwarding checking tool, then I can see if it's the problem of port forwarding.
    I found that be4 I started the server, the port was ALWAYS open.

    Once I started the server, the port would be closed.

    If I stopped the server, the port would open again.. Why is that?

    I have disabled my firewall software.

    I have made all the service could traffic in/out through my router.
    I have disabled WAN PING block mode.

    I have tried to enable DMZ hosting on my local IP.

    Btw, my router mode is V1000H (Telus).

    I don't know what else I can do. Please help me.

    Thanks, everyone.

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