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Any can help me plz? i have 2 connections... i added in database server 2 servers... different WANIP same  LANIP same port...

 

But only appear online server 1...

 

It's possible to make it for example if 1 connection is slow or offline?

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You can connect 2 servers to one login. But you cannot connect One server to multiple Ips. Atleast not directly. Only via "proxies". Proxy is a another "route" to access your main server IP.

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You cant have 2 server instances on the same machine. You can play around with vms or docker in order to run the second one on the same server. In addtion you need 1 login which both servers are going to listen to.  Regarding the slow connection or the availability of the most lower ping server you can install @Elfocrash source for proxys. It works like a charm. 

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On 9/25/2021 at 9:56 PM, Seamless said:

You cant have 2 server instances on the same machine. You can play around with vms or docker in order to run the second one on the same server. In addtion you need 1 login which both servers are going to listen to.  Regarding the slow connection or the availability of the most lower ping server you can install @Elfocrash source for proxys. It works like a charm. 

 

Yes, you can have multiple l2off server instances on the same Windows, without using VMs

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