Problems with port forwarding to my RPi Minecraft Server
https://pimylifeup.com/raspberry-pi-min ... pe-server/
I successfully set up a local server on my Pi for Bedrock, however the end goal was to create a server for me, and my friends, not just my family at home. The first time I attempted this one year ago, I was using an AT&T Wi-Fi router, however, any attempts made following instructions at:
were completely useless. I now use an xFinity router, which, looked completely different, so I though it could work on a different router. I soon found out though, that port forwarding is still dysfunctional. I came here to see if anyone else has successfully port forwarded to a RPi 3B+ on an xFinity router, and if any of your knowledge would help.
For the "Common Service," I just have it set to "Other." After researching all the services I didn't recognize, I saw that, from my knowledge, the services didn't have anything for server hosting. I have the "Service Name," as "Nukkit," not that it really matters. For the "Service Type," I just have at the default of "TCP/UDP." I should probably mention that I really don't have much networking knowledge, so if I leave anything important out, please just ask me and I'll try my best to produce an answer. I'm forwarding the 19132 default port for Minecraft. I have that set as both the "Start Port," and the "End Port." I am not revealing my RPi's IP address, as I don't see why you would need except for some malicious intent. I can say that for the server, the IP address used to connect to the server is the same as my RPi's IP address. On top of the IPv4, I also added the IPv6 to see if that would help out, it did not.
Just in case I didn't say it, the server works fine at home on my private network, however, the goal is to create a server on my RPi using Nukkit using the above instructions, that can be accessible from pretty much anywhere with Minecraft and an internet connection. Thanks for any help you guys may be able to give me.