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hey,

 

I solved this by editing the 'realmd' table in the database, there should be a table called 'realmlist'.
Once you're in there, find the address column, and change the value to your Internal IP.

(it´s a good idea, to give your host computer a static IP in your LAN)

This way, I was not only able to connect on localhost, but also got access to the server from any other computer in my LAN
and got voer the realm-list-loop, of course!

 

hope, that helps

 

Cheers!

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I solved this by editing the 'realmd' table in the database, there should be a table called 'realmlist'.
Once you're in there, find the address column, and change the value to your Internal IP.

YES! That worked fine for me! :)
Thanks alot!

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(it´s a good idea, to give your host computer a static IP in your LAN)

It's already a static IP, so I agree with that :)

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