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LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).


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HamoOodi
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Old 10-23-2008 , 13:32   LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).
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Hi when my friends tries to connect to my server they get this: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C)... this worked before . but when they update the!!!!!! fucking steam I started to get this warning.. I changed sv_lan 0 than my network in dedicated server gose NETWORK I changed it sv_lan 1 it says LAN.. If I don't change it when I start the dedicated server it is sv_lan 0 and network internets than when I tries to connect I get this ..
STEAM validation rejecte
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Old 10-23-2008 , 13:35   Re: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).
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Complain at http://forums.steampowered.com
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HamoOodi
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Old 10-23-2008 , 14:04   Re: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).
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Ok, thank you, but I am still searching because I still get the error.. If someone can help me I would love u .. + K!
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Old 10-23-2008 , 14:10   Re: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).
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I'm guessing you put sv_lan 1 because it's a No Steam server?
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HamoOodi
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Old 10-23-2008 , 14:20   Re: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).
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It is a steam server.. dedicated server...
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P4rD0nM3
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Old 10-23-2008 , 15:38   Re: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).
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If it's a Steam server then sv_lan 1 is supposed to do that.

sv_lan 0 = Internet
sv_lan 1 = LAN

Where are your friends connecting from?
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drumzplaya13
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Old 10-23-2008 , 19:14   Re: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).
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i had that problem before, someone got my rcon password and f*cked with my server, they did that and it gave me that error. so yeah i did end up reinstalling my server since nothing worked even when i tried sv_lan 0. good luck though. but if all else fails, change rcon password and reinstall.
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HamoOodi
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Old 10-24-2008 , 08:35   Re: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).
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Originally Posted by P4rD0nM3 View Post
If it's a Steam server then sv_lan 1 is supposed to do that.

sv_lan 0 = Internet
sv_lan 1 = LAN

Where are your friends connecting from?
It show like u said.. Thats right.. When I try to connect and sv_lan is 0 .. I get this:
STEAM validation rejected


I think I have update the server, if u give me guide will be nice.. But the thing is when my friends try to connect they can't not even me the owner .. They try to connect from a diffrent Ip.. same country same city
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P4rD0nM3
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Old 10-24-2008 , 09:46   Re: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).
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Do you have Steam yourself?
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HamoOodi
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Old 10-24-2008 , 14:11   Re: LAN servers are restricted to local clients (class C).
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Yes lol I have steam a account.. Fixed the problem.. U got to do a new file named something.txt forgot than if u play cs u should write 10 .. If someone haves this problem.. Write here.. thank p4rd0nm3 ! +karma
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