ayuda, con problemas al conectar

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bns noches amigos de wow creador, he compilado este source: https://github.com/The-Cataclysm-Preservation-Project/TrinityCore, ha compilado correctamente y me ha generado lo siguiente:
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extraje archivos dbc,maps, etc. y todo bn, quedando asi con las librerias deacuerdo a la guia de compilacion:
h.jpg

configuro realmlist en DB y archivos WTF, Realmlist en cliente
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inicio servicios logon y world:

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pero no me contecta el juego me sale :

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si alguien me puede orientar se los agradesco
 

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Sinceramente no tengo idea sobre 4.3.4 por que nunca intenté compilar un source del mismo, pero por lo que veo en tu 'bnetserver.exe' tenés un error que dice:
'Missing name WorldserverListenPort in config...'

Agregá eso en tu archivo 'bnetserver.conf'.
 
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nachon

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hola amigos, nada sigue sin funcionar, añadi la linea faltante y sigue sin conectar, eston son mis archivos conf:

###############################################
# Trinity Core Auth Server configuration file #
###############################################
[bnetserver]

###################################################################################################
# SECTION INDEX
#
# EXAMPLE CONFIG
# AUTH SERVER SETTINGS
# MYSQL SETTINGS
# UPDATE SETTINGS
# LOGGING SYSTEM SETTINGS
#
###################################################################################################

###################################################################################################
# EXAMPLE CONFIG
#
# Variable
# Description: Brief description what the variable is doing.
# Important: Annotation for important things about this variable.
# Example: "Example, i.e. if the value is a string"
# Default: 10 - (Enabled|Comment|Variable name in case of grouped config options)
# 0 - (Disabled|Comment|Variable name in case of grouped config options)
#
# Note to developers:
# - Copy this example to keep the formatting.
# - Line breaks should be at column 100.
###################################################################################################

###################################################################################################
# AUTH SERVER SETTINGS
#
# LogsDir
# Description: Logs directory setting.
# Important: LogsDir needs to be quoted, as the string might contain space characters.
# Logs directory must exists, or log file creation will be disabled.
# Default: "" - (Log files will be stored in the current path)

LogsDir = ""

#
# MaxPingTime
# Description: Time (in minutes) between database pings.
# Default: 30

MaxPingTime = 30

#
# BattlenetPort
# Description: TCP port to reach the auth server for battle.net connections.
# Default: 1119

BattlenetPort = 1119

WorldserverListenPort = 1118

#
# LoginREST.Port
# Description: TCP port to reach the REST login method.
# Default: 8081
#
# LoginREST.ExternalAddress
# Description: IP address sent to clients connecting from outside the network where bnetserver runs
# Set it to your external IP address
#
# LoginREST.LocalAddress
# Description: IP address sent to clients connecting from inside the network where bnetserver runs
# Set it to your local IP address (common 192.168.x.x network)
# or leave it at default value 127.0.0.1 if connecting directly to the internet without a router
#
# LoginREST.TicketDuration
# Description: Determines how long the login ticket is valid (in seconds)
# When using client -launcherlogin feature it is recommended to set it to a high value (like a week)
#

LoginREST.Port = 8081
LoginREST.ExternalAddress=127.0.0.1
LoginREST.LocalAddress=127.0.0.1
LoginREST.TicketDuration=3600

#
#
# BindIP
# Description: Bind auth server to IP/hostname
# Default: "0.0.0.0" - (Bind to all IPs on the system)

BindIP = "0.0.0.0"

#
# PidFile
# Description: Auth server PID file.
# Example: "./bnetserver.pid" - (Enabled)
# Default: "" - (Disabled)

PidFile = ""

#
# CertificatesFile
# Description: Certificates file.
# Example: "/etc/ssl/certs/bnetserver.cert.pem"
# Default: "./bnetserver.cert.pem"

CertificatesFile = "./bnetserver.cert.pem"

#
# PrivateKeyFile
# Description: Private key file.
# Example: "/etc/ssl/private/bnetserver.key.pem"
# Default: "./bnetserver.key.pem"

PrivateKeyFile = "./bnetserver.key.pem"

#
# UseProcessors
# Description: Processors mask for Windows and Linux based multi-processor systems.
# Example: A computer with 2 CPUs:
# 1 - 1st CPU only, 2 - 2nd CPU only, 3 - 1st and 2nd CPU, because 1 | 2 is 3
# Default: 0 - (Selected by OS)
# 1+ - (Bit mask value of selected processors)

UseProcessors = 0

#
# ProcessPriority
# Description: Process priority setting for Windows and Linux based systems.
# Details: On Linux, a nice value of -15 is used. (requires superuser). On Windows, process is set to HIGH class.
# Default: 0 - (Normal)
# 1 - (High)

ProcessPriority = 0

#
# RealmsStateUpdateDelay
# Description: Time (in seconds) between realm list updates.
# Default: 10
# 0 - (Disabled)

RealmsStateUpdateDelay = 10

#
# WrongPass.MaxCount
# Description: Number of login attemps with wrong password before the account or IP will be
# banned.
# Default: 0 - (Disabled)
# 1+ - (Enabled)

WrongPass.MaxCount = 0

#
# WrongPass.BanTime
# Description: Time (in seconds) for banning account or IP for invalid login attempts.
# Default: 600 - (10 minutes)
# 0 - (Permanent ban)

WrongPass.BanTime = 600

#
# WrongPass.BanType
# Description: Ban type for invalid login attempts.
# Default: 0 - (Ban IP)
# 1 - (Ban Account)

WrongPass.BanType = 0

#
# WrongPass.Logging
# Description: Additionally log attempted wrong password logging
# Default: 0 - (Disabled)
# 1 - (Enabled)

WrongPass.Logging = 0

#
# BanExpiryCheckInterval
# Description: Time (in seconds) between checks for expired bans
# Default: 60

BanExpiryCheckInterval = 60

#
# SourceDirectory
# Description: The path to your TrinityCore source directory.
# If the path is left empty, the built-in CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR is used.
# Example: "../TrinityCore"
# Default: ""

SourceDirectory = ""

#
# MySQLExecutable
# Description: The path to your mysql cli binary.
# If the path is left empty, built-in path from cmake is used.
# Example: "C:/Program Files/MySQL/MySQL Server 5.6/bin/mysql.exe"
# "mysql.exe"
# "/usr/bin/mysql"
# Default: ""

MySQLExecutable = ""

#
# IPLocationFile
# Description: The path to your IP2Location database CSV file.
# Example: "C:/Trinity/IP2LOCATION-LITE-DB1.CSV"
# "/home/trinity/IP2LOCATION-LITE-DB1.CSV"
# Default: "" - (Disabled)

IPLocationFile = ""

#
###################################################################################################

###################################################################################################
# MYSQL SETTINGS
#
# LoginDatabaseInfo
# Description: Database connection settings for the realm server.
# Example: "hostname;port;username;password;database"
# ".;somenumber;username;password;database" - (Use named pipes on Windows
# "enable-named-pipe" to [mysqld]
# section my.ini)
# ".;/path/to/unix_socket;username;password;database" - (use Unix sockets on
# Unix/Linux)
# Default: "127.0.0.1;3306;trinity;trinity;auth"

LoginDatabaseInfo = "127.0.0.1;3306;root;ascent;auth"

#
# LoginDatabase.WorkerThreads
# Description: The amount of worker threads spawned to handle asynchronous (delayed) MySQL
# statements. Each worker thread is mirrored with its own connection to the
# MySQL server and their own thread on the MySQL server.
# Default: 1

LoginDatabase.WorkerThreads = 1

#
# LoginDatabase.SynchThreads
# Description: The amount of MySQL connections spawned to handle.
# Default: 1 - (LoginDatabase.SynchThreads)

LoginDatabase.SynchThreads = 1

#
###################################################################################################

###################################################################################################
# UPDATE SETTINGS
#
# Updates.EnableDatabases
# Description: A mask that describes which databases shall be updated.
#
# Following flags are available
# DATABASE_LOGIN = 1, // Auth database
#
# Default: 0 - (All Disabled)
# 1 - (All Enabled)

Updates.EnableDatabases = 0

#
# Updates.AutoSetup
# Description: Auto populate empty databases.
# Default: 1 - (Enabled)
# 0 - (Disabled)

Updates.AutoSetup = 1

#
# Updates.Redundancy
# Description: Perform data redundancy checks through hashing
# to detect changes on sql updates and reapply it.
# Default: 1 - (Enabled)
# 0 - (Disabled)

Updates.Redundancy = 1

#
# Updates.ArchivedRedundancy
# Description: Check hashes of archived updates (slows down startup).
# Default: 0 - (Disabled)
# 1 - (Enabled)

Updates.ArchivedRedundancy = 0

#
# Updates.AllowRehash
# Description: Inserts the current file hash in the database if it is left empty.
# Useful if you want to mark a file as applied but you don't know its hash.
# Default: 1 - (Enabled)
# 0 - (Disabled)

Updates.AllowRehash = 1

#
# Updates.CleanDeadRefMaxCount
# Description: Cleans dead/ orphaned references that occur if an update was removed or renamed and edited in one step.
# It only starts the clean up if the count of the missing updates is below or equal the Updates.CleanDeadRefMaxCount value.
# This way prevents erasing of the update history due to wrong source directory state (maybe wrong branch or bad revision).
# Disable this if you want to know if the database is in a possible "dirty state".
# Default: 3 - (Enabled)
# 0 - (Disabled)
# -1 - (Enabled - unlimited)

Updates.CleanDeadRefMaxCount = 3

#
###################################################################################################

###################################################################################################
#
# LOGGING SYSTEM SETTINGS
#
# Appender config values: Given a appender "name"
# Appender.name
# Description: Defines 'where to log'
# Format: Type,LogLevel,Flags,optional1,optional2,optional3
#
# Type
# 0 - (None)
# 1 - (Console)
# 2 - (File)
# 3 - (DB)
#
# LogLevel
# 0 - (Disabled)
# 1 - (Trace)
# 2 - (Debug)
# 3 - (Info)
# 4 - (Warn)
# 5 - (Error)
# 6 - (Fatal)
#
# Flags:
# 0 - None
# 1 - Prefix Timestamp to the text
# 2 - Prefix Log Level to the text
# 4 - Prefix Log Filter type to the text
# 8 - Append timestamp to the log file name. Format: YYYY-MM-DD_HH-MM-SS (Only used with Type = 2)
# 16 - Make a backup of existing file before overwrite (Only used with Mode = w)
#
# Colors (read as optional1 if Type = Console)
# Format: "fatal error warn info debug trace"
# 0 - BLACK
# 1 - RED
# 2 - GREEN
# 3 - BROWN
# 4 - BLUE
# 5 - MAGENTA
# 6 - CYAN
# 7 - GREY
# 8 - YELLOW
# 9 - LRED
# 10 - LGREEN
# 11 - LBLUE
# 12 - LMAGENTA
# 13 - LCYAN
# 14 - WHITE
# Example: "13 11 9 5 3 1"
#
# File: Name of the file (read as optional1 if Type = File)
# Allows to use one "%s" to create dynamic files
#
# Mode: Mode to open the file (read as optional2 if Type = File)
# a - (Append)
# w - (Overwrite)
#
# MaxFileSize: Maximum file size of the log file before creating a new log file
# (read as optional3 if Type = File)
# Size is measured in bytes expressed in a 64-bit unsigned integer.
# Maximum value is 4294967295 (4 gb). Leave blank for no limit.
# NOTE: Does not work with dynamic filenames.
# Example: 536870912 (512 mb)
#

Appender.Console=1,2,0
Appender.Bnet=2,2,0,Bnet.log,w

# Logger config values: Given a logger "name"
# Logger.name
# Description: Defines 'What to log'
# Format: LogLevel,AppenderList
#
# LogLevel
# 0 - (Disabled)
# 1 - (Trace)
# 2 - (Debug)
# 3 - (Info)
# 4 - (Warn)
# 5 - (Error)
# 6 - (Fatal)
#
# AppenderList: List of appenders linked to logger
# (Using spaces as separator).
#

Logger.root=3,Console Bnet
Logger.realmlist=3,Console Bnet
Logger.session=3,Console Bnet
Logger.session.packets=3,Console Bnet
Logger.sql.updates=3,Console Bnet

#
###################################################################################################
 
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Ahi clientes que tienen varios idiomas esES - enGB y tienen un realmlist.wtf en cada carpeta yo siempre lo edito en ambos.
 
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que mal amigo estoy con el mismo problema el mismito y nose que hacer no conosco casi nada de compilacion es mi primera vez y me topo con este problema espero alguien nos ayude.
 
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Agregaste las respectivas excepciones en el firewall a veces en Windows no se aplican automáticamente y hay que añadirlas a mano si no el server no acepta las conexiones
 
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Grasias
ya lo resolvi resulta que se debe de crear una cuenta "bnetaccount create" esta en la consola world server
pones .bnet y te salen subcomandos ya que debe llevar (arroba) @ en el nombre de usuario:
pues yo me cree una cuenta asi; queria mi nombre y contraseña el mismo "fede fede" entonces el comando es .bnetacccount create @fede fede
claro que tienes que revisar antes y editar tus archivos wtf y el de data realmlist y poner set portal 127.0.0.1
despues de haber parcheado tu exe y el dll battlenet.dll ya sea de 32 o 64bits con la herramienta de parchador que sale de la compilacion ejemplo:
si parchee el de 64 bits sera (wow-64.exe) y el dll sera battlenet-64.dll y al parchear sera (wow-64_patchet) y (battlenet-64_patchet.dll)
te haces una copia de tus originales exe y luego los parcheados los renombra quitandoles los _patchet y todo listo
ingresas normal al juego.


y esa es mi valiente historia.
ahora solo estoy en otro asunto como borrar una cuenta bnet con comandos no lo consigo

suerte a todos adios.
 
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