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Guide How to make VPS as PROXY for Lucera


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Hello MaxCheaters, i made the decision to show you a simple way to make a VPS as Proxy for your lineage 2 server using Lucera Files.

 

Step 1: First you need to buy VPS in the location you need for example if you need to make Proxy in Russia you must buy VPS From Russia Federation.

 

Step 2:  Install Debian Operation System in your VPS.

 

Step 3:  Connect to your VPS with Bitvise SSH Client Add your VPS Details .

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Step 4:  Use New Terminal Console button.

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Step 5:  Now you have to paste in console the code bellow. (Don't forget to replace the localhost ip 127.0.0.1 with the main host meaning your IP from your dedicated server that you hosting your L2 server).

sudo bash -c 'echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward';
sudo iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 7777 -j DNAT --to-destination 127.0.0.1:7777;
sudo iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p udp --dport 7777 -j DNAT --to-destination 127.0.0.1:7777;
sudo iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -j MASQUERADE;

 

Step 6:  Make the VPS (PROXY) IP Whitelisted in your ddos protection.

 

Step 7:  Now go to "Lucera3\authserver\config\proxyservers.xml" open it and add your proxy ip port etc.

 

origId="Your Main Server ID"

proxyId="The Server ID You Need To Use As Proxy"

proxyHost="The IP From Your VPS (Proxy)"

proxyPort="Game Server Port (7777)"

 

EXAMPLE:

<proxyServer origId="1" proxyId="2" proxyHost="127.0.0.1" proxyPort="7777" />

 

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You have a windows variation? or this only works with linux system? I know that windows have some programs to emulate linux commands but im pretty sure they are really limited in a sort of other.

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Just now, Dragic said:

You have nothing to change in your windows OS, just to whitelist the proxy ip into your ddos protection!

I mean, use a windows machine as proxy. or is not recommended?

 

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1 minute ago, HyperBlown said:

I mean, use a windows machine as proxy. or is not recommended?

 

I dont recommend it just with debian or centos ! 

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13 hours ago, Trance said:

UDP is not used by L2, you'll most likely forward an attack.

Sorry for beeing a noob into networking, so just the tcp line is enough?

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y, remove udp prerouting row

also keep in mind that these rules are not saved so will be lost after reboot, google up how to save them for your os to avoid future problems :D

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3 hours ago, HyperBlown said:

Sorry for beeing a noob into networking, so just the tcp line is enough?

TCP is the only protocol used by L2.

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Hello @Dragic,,

Could you please elaborate on proxy server requirements ? Does it require to have high specs of ram, or mainly it can be even 2gbs  vps, only with good internet speed, firewall ?

Additionally, when proxies are being in used, should we use main server for login, or it is better to use login servers only through proxies ? Without direct server in server menu list.

Thanks for response in advance 🙂

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1 hour ago, transe said:

Hello @Dragic,,

Could you please elaborate on proxy server requirements ? Does it require to have high specs of ram, or mainly it can be even 2gbs  vps, only with good internet speed, firewall ?

Additionally, when proxies are being in used, should we use main server for login, or it is better to use login servers only through proxies ? Without direct server in server menu list.

Thanks for response in advance 🙂

its not need anything high end to run. the rest you should test for your self.

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