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allow minecraft traffic on udp port 19132 internally

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3: Seeker

Hi 

I am trying to get minecraft-bedrock server running on local machine, available to all devices on the internal network.

I have tried the server on a wifi connected device (my laptop) and on a wired server (nas).
Neither seem to be available to the ipads running the mincraft client.

My suspicion is the udp traffic on port 19132 is not being routed.

Is this something I can check - I want to prove the hub is letting UDP traffic flow.

Cheers

A

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Hi @ADFANSHAWE1256, There's a similar thread to this, with another customer struggling to host games. It seems his issue was cured by simply un-installing and re-installing the game on the affected devices. Have you tried this? If not let us know how you get on and if you need anymore help with this, or anything else, just give us a shout. 

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Hi @ADFANSHAWE1256, There's a similar thread to this, with another customer struggling to host games. It seems his issue was cured by simply un-installing and re-installing the game on the affected devices. Have you tried this? If not let us know how you get on and if you need anymore help with this, or anything else, just give us a shout. 

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3: Seeker

yup a reboot of the ipad sorted it. 

Thanks for the tip.

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