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  1. I'm setting up a server on my local network so that kids and I can play. I was having trouble getting it to start, and finally realized what the problem was. I was setting the IP address to the local IP ( instead of the public internet address exposed by my router. This also required me to open a hole in the router firewall. Once I did that, it worked fine. I'm calling this a bug because this is not a good way to implement this feature. There will be nobody connecting from outside, so it does not need to be accessible from outside. It also requires a hole in the firewall