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I've used 3 different PC's as JKA servers. Here's what I've found:


My first server:


COMPAQ Presario

500MHz Celeron



Windows 98 SE


Ran OK, installed Lugor 1.1 and it worked, T2 worked as well. Holds a considerable number of NPC's and all my friends can play without much lag. The PC is connected to the Netgear router with Ethernet. The router's port forwarding of port 29070 made it work without lag. If too many NPC's were placed, the server would crash though.


My second server:


IBM ThinkPad A21p

850MHz Pentium III



Windows 2000


This is my best server, it is fast enough for a good amount of NPC's and hosts quite a few players. It runs T2 and 1.1 lugormods well, and I can build things. The small 128 MB's of RAM may be an issue though, cause sometimes if I build too much it will crash on loadit. The PC uses WiFi so the connection isn't that of Ethernet, but it's fast enough for a solid connection to the Router, which has port forwarding.


My latest experiment with a server:


Unknown brand PC my friend gave me

133MHz Pentium 1





This is not much of a server, but for a P1 chip I though it proved much better than expected. I did also run a server on my other P1 (a 75MHz, Win95, 16MB RAM) machine, but it lagged baaaad even when you picked up a single item. The Linux server runs Lugormod 1.1 ok in smaller maps like mp/ffa3, but lags on larger ones. I built some stuff and some NPC's worked, but that was only 2 clients (my desktop and my laptop) and I doubt this would be a fun experience. The PC uses Ethernet, although it is an old Ethernet card.


Finally, the best PC, not server though:


HP Pavilion 734n

AMD AthlonXP 2600+

768 MB RAM




This PC makes an awesome server, except I am usually using it for a client. Lag is minimal, and many NPC's can be spawned without much lag. It still can crash because of Lugor bugs, but overloading it is hard. It also uses Ethernet. I have the mobo of a dead Dell laptop (Pentium 4/256MB RAM/GeForce4 from what i can tell) lying around, it has Ethernet and I hope to revive it with a power supply.

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