CS:GO instance not visible on the LAN

Debian 12, everything has gone well, I can get an instance up, and it appears to be running on the local IP address. I changed everything so that it wasn’t listening on, and listening on the proper RFC 1918 address of the single NIC. CS:GO doesn’t see it, connecting to it on the console in CS:GO doesn’t work either (connect Sockstat in Debian sees nothing listening on that port. I’ve got a bog vanilla MC server running in a screen session and I can see it listening in sockstat.

I saw AMP as a sexier way of running private servers, and everything seems to be correct, but can’t connect locally.

Please use the proper template when opening support requests. Ideally open the request from within AMP so that all the required information is provided.

I didn’t even know that was an option, sorry about that.

OS Linux
Platform Debian GNU/Linux 12
System Type x86_64
CPU Model Intel(R) Core™ i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz
CPU Layout 1S/4C/8T
Installed RAM 15916
Virtualization None
Module ADSModule
Module Application Application Deployment
Loaded Plugins FileManagerPlugin, EmailSenderPlugin, WebRequestPlugin, LocalFileBackupPlugin, CommonCorePlugin
Application Name AMP
Application Version
Codename Decadeus
Tools Version 2.4.6
Release Stream Mainline
Build Spec Release
Build Date 02/08/2023 19:47
InstanceID ceac48a9-6d9c-4f6d-8bed-effe1cd1edfa
Last Executable /usr/bin/tmux
Last Arguments -f /dev/null new-session -s AMP_SecondTry01 -d cd ‘/home/amp/.ampdata/instances/SecondTry01’; /home/amp/.ampdata/instances/SecondTry01/AMP_Linux_x86_64 +Core.Webserver.Port 8081 +Core.Webserver.IPBinding +Core.AMP.InstanceID ---- +FileManagerPlugin.SFTP.SFTPPortNumber 2224 +srcdsModule.SRCDS.ServerPortBinding 27015 +srcdsModule.SourceTV.SourceTVPort 27020

I tried to copy diagnostic information from the web browser, but my buffer never got populated.

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