I currently have a PC dedicated to running a minecraft server. Initially it worked just fine and could be accessed from anywhere, but recently that stopped. It is now only accessible on a local scale. Here is a quick rundown of the network: Wireless radio brings in signal which is then plugged into a router. That router has one computer attached to it and then a long cable running to a second router. That second router connects to everything else in the house such as printers three computers plus the dedicated server PC. I am reasonable sure the problem doesn't reside within the secondary router because when connecting to the primary router with the ip 192.168.1.110:25565 the ports forward to the server just fine. It is also possible to reach the server with the direct ip 10.0.0.11. Using the port usually isn't necessary however I use it here to emphasize my problem. I have also used my other computers in attempts to get the server to broadcast, however it has always failed. I really need help because we were just about to go public with the server when this problem came up. Do any of you have an idea of why I wouldn't be able to access the server above a local scale?