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Murmur server trouble


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I have been running a server with no issues for several months now, but at some point today, my ISP changed my IP address.

I figured "no big deal" and just changed the server address in Mumble to connect to the new IP. It doesn't work. It doesn't work for my friends either.

I have this error on the Murmur log:

2012-08-01 20:28:58.403 Initializing settings from D:/Chat/Mumble/murmur.ini (basepath D:/Chat/Mumble)

2012-08-01 20:28:58.418 OpenSSL: OpenSSL 1.0.0c 2 Dec 2010

2012-08-01 20:28:58.418 SSL: Adding recommended CA AAA Certificate Services

2012-08-01 20:28:58.418 SSL: Adding recommended CA UTN-USERFirst-Client Authentication and Email

2012-08-01 20:28:58.418 ServerDB: Openend SQLite database D:/Chat/Mumble/murmur.sqlite

2012-08-01 20:28:58.418 MurmurIce: Endpoint "tcp -h -p 6502" running

2012-08-01 20:28:58.418 Murmur 1.2.3 (1.2.3) running on Win: 6.1.7601.1: Booting servers

2012-08-01 20:28:58.449 1 => Server listening on [::]:64738

2012-08-01 20:28:58.481 1 => Server listening on

2012-08-01 20:28:58.481 Bonjour: Failed to load dnssd.dll

2012-08-01 20:28:58.496 1 => Not registering server as public

I was using a custom port before, but when it wouldn't work, I re-installed Murmur and Mumble, hence the default port now. I've already forwarded the new port on my router.

I don't know if Murmur always gave this error because I never paid attention while it was working. I can't seem to find dnssd.dll on my system. Where should it be?

Any ideas how to fix this?

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The problem had nothing to do with Mumble or dnssd.dll.

Whatever made my ip address change also took my modem out of bridge mode, so it was interfering with my router. I called my ISP who put it back in bridge mode, and everything works again.

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