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Old 07-06-2004, 08:50 AM   #1
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Steam server: strange behaviour


I've set up a steam server for a cyber café and to avoid IP conflicts, I had to change server IP from to (netmask
So now, when I boot linux server and type ifconfig eth0, I see that the NIC has IP But when I run steam with the following command:
./hlds_run +sv_lan 1 -nomaster -game cstrike +map ...
the server runs correctly and player can connect to it, the only problem is that when I type: "stat" in the server console... It says that the server IP is
so I tried to run that:
./hlds_run +ip +sv_lan 1 -nomaster -game cstrike +map...
the problem in this case, is that players don't see the server in their steam LAN Tab nonetheless they can connect if they type in their console: "connect"
So how can I assign IP .40 and see the server in the client LAN Tab??? unless it's another steam bug and there's nothing to be done



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