Thank you very much for the help. Managed to now get the application running.
Now having a problem viewing the application in the browser. This is obviously something local. Port 3000 is open but still cannot view.
Will keep trying and hopefully post again when a solution is found! Closer each time but hoped it would not have been this difficult No chance on my own that's for sure
I must be the only one with this error i guess. With all the different hardware/software/OS versions none of this can be straight forward If it was lucky you Should port 3000 be on tcp6 ? node is using port 3000 but i do not see the application. Should be on tcp maybe?
Also how do I get this? 3 lines? Ok I stopped 2 but should pm2 status just give me the 1 line for cod4xwebadmin?
@FMJ-Smiley To delete from list (1 is the ID)
pm2 delete 1
To delete all type
pm2 delete all
The tutorial what I sent you in PM is here
More Info and configuration can be found here
For the port part, I have never used noip so I can not help you with that part, on any dedicated/vps server you would open port 3000 on TCP and access the application via IP:3000 or on localmachine via localhost:3000 or 127.0.0.1:3000
pm2 delete 1
pm2 side of life is sorted.
Regarding noip, that does not matter. That for me it is a back up just in case my IP changes and no one can then find the servers. I don't have static IP at home because it costs too much money. The servers are found using the domain name, which the IP resolves through. IP has never changed anyway for at least two years. I have a linux machine at home with game servers on, website on and I access it through my windows machine. When i look at my website I use the local IP address (no problem) anything i access on the machine i do locally. I do not see the 'outside world'
I have an IP address so I don't know what you mean regarding NOIP. That's really nothing to do with it I would say. If it changed (it wont) tomorrow we should still be able to set up today? Port 3000 is open on my public IP address. 184.108.40.206 Making no sense to me. But as i said many times, its above my 'payscale'
I really have followed everything that's been given to me support wise. Time to go back to old fashioned echelon and b3 ?
I helped you to manage and start my application, the application runs, mongoDB runs everything works, you have to figure out how you can access your own machine, I can't help you with that part.
The problem is not with the application, your problem is that you don't know how to access your local machine, you are using noip solutions, workarounds and I can't help you in router settings, port forwards etc ...
Like i said before thank you for the help. It really is appreciated.
I don't see how it can be noip. That is a back up in case IP address changes. Today and everyday for the last 2 years my IP address is the same. My local addresses are the same. I can access everything on my machine locally but not your application. Look at all the problems people have with node.js defaulting to ipv6. I don't see or find a solution to that and I know nothing about it.
@ravindu2500 My problem is not solved. Sorry I cannot help.
I have also solved the issue and can now see the application. Nothing to do with NOIP.
sudo iptables -I INPUT -p tcp --dport 3000 -j ACCEPT did the trick.
Well sudo iptables has nothing to do with my application, glad you solved it