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Edit: If you have a router like mine, follow this, if not, locate your router in this handy site [portforward. In my case it is Once you pop that ip in and hit enter, a username and password page will show up. In most cases the user is "admin" and the password is "password", however this may vary from router to router.

On "Application Name" you may write whatever you want, something like "Terraria" works. Here's a screen of my setup Save everything and close the browser.

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Congrats, you've hopefully successfully port forwarded Terraria! Now that all the dirty work is done, it's hosting time. Open "TerrariaServer. Just type "n" and hit enter. Set up a server password if you prefer that. Once the server is loaded, it should look like this: Note: Running a server takes up quite an amount of RAM memory, so if you have low RAM, try hosting for lower amount of players.

Now, it's time to join up and let your pals know! For you to join go to "Multiplayer" in-game, and then "Join" and type "localhost". You, and only you, may join the server typing "localhost". Your friends however, need your ip address! To check yours, go to www. You've successfully hosted a Terraria Server! Feel free to comment and ask questions! I'm always glad to help out and answer questions. Wolliver 29 Jan, pm. I haven't changed my router since I last port forwarded, so I haven't done the port forwarding steps again, but I did do the static IP steps again.

I'll see if this works later when my friends are on. Thanks a lot for the help! My question is: how can your IP be changed by the game updating? Do the following: 1 Go to 'Start' and search 'cmd, then press enter. Question: Did you change your router by any chance?

If you did, then you need to do these steps again the ones in the guide but according to your router the port forwarding part. Wolliver 26 Jan, pm. Normally, I would start a game with the command prompt console thingy, and it always worked. Once 1. Bohemond of Antioch I am not sure what to address that issue with I haven't hosted a Terraria game in quite a while.

It seems a little weird though that you were able to host a game setting up a static ip on your router and computer, and now it's not working since version 1. When you host and play, do you have a command prompt window running the server or is it all via the game? In the past, if you had that window open, the server would be running, and you could switch out characters without restarting a world. Hope this helps, and I'm curious also on what the answer to this would be. Wolliver 25 Jan, pm. I should say that also, when I look up my IP, it's a completely different number than it was before, with a bunch of Xs and stuff.


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Over a year ago I followed this guide, and it worked perfectly, but ever since 1. I want to be able to switch out characters without having to restart, what do I do?

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CyberPixie Fake IP? I think you need to use your static IP. FreezyChan 13 Oct, pm. I have put another IP adress on my server, that means i can host the server for strangers by this fake IP???

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Marshal 21 Dec, pm. Did you port forward correctly? Did you set the static ip correctly? Share to your Steam activity feed. You need to sign in or create an account to do that. So if you only have one, that may work for you.

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You have set up successfully a static ip address! Note: If you can't connect to the internet, then go back to your network connection properties and change back everything to how it was. That way if something went wrong during this step, you can go back to the default properties and try again! This is the crucial step. In order to host your own server of any game, really you need to port forward your router.

Edit: If you have a router like mine, follow this, if not, locate your router in this handy site [portforward. In my case it is Once you pop that ip in and hit enter, a username and password page will show up. In most cases the user is "admin" and the password is "password", however this may vary from router to router. On "Application Name" you may write whatever you want, something like "Terraria" works. Here's a screen of my setup Save everything and close the browser. Congrats, you've hopefully successfully port forwarded Terraria!

Now that all the dirty work is done, it's hosting time. Open "TerrariaServer.


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  • Just type "n" and hit enter. Set up a server password if you prefer that. Once the server is loaded, it should look like this: Note: Running a server takes up quite an amount of RAM memory, so if you have low RAM, try hosting for lower amount of players. Now, it's time to join up and let your pals know! For you to join go to "Multiplayer" in-game, and then "Join" and type "localhost". You, and only you, may join the server typing "localhost". Your friends however, need your ip address! To check yours, go to www. You've successfully hosted a Terraria Server! Feel free to comment and ask questions!

    I'm always glad to help out and answer questions. Wolliver 29 Jan, pm. I haven't changed my router since I last port forwarded, so I haven't done the port forwarding steps again, but I did do the static IP steps again. I'll see if this works later when my friends are on.

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    Thanks a lot for the help! My question is: how can your IP be changed by the game updating? Do the following: 1 Go to 'Start' and search 'cmd, then press enter. Question: Did you change your router by any chance? If you did, then you need to do these steps again the ones in the guide but according to your router the port forwarding part.

    Wolliver 26 Jan, pm. Normally, I would start a game with the command prompt console thingy, and it always worked. Once 1. Bohemond of Antioch I am not sure what to address that issue with I haven't hosted a Terraria game in quite a while. It seems a little weird though that you were able to host a game setting up a static ip on your router and computer, and now it's not working since version 1. When you host and play, do you have a command prompt window running the server or is it all via the game? In the past, if you had that window open, the server would be running, and you could switch out characters without restarting a world.

    Hope this helps, and I'm curious also on what the answer to this would be.

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    Wolliver 25 Jan, pm. I should say that also, when I look up my IP, it's a completely different number than it was before, with a bunch of Xs and stuff. Over a year ago I followed this guide, and it worked perfectly, but ever since 1. I want to be able to switch out characters without having to restart, what do I do? CyberPixie Fake IP? I think you need to use your static IP. FreezyChan 13 Oct, pm.