Moving the OSS to actually work online?
Without the use of the OnlineSubsystem, I've successfully managed to have a packaged dedicated server running on a remote VPS machine, and have clients connect to it via the Open [ServerIP] console command. And using the OnlineSubsystem (Null, not Steam), I've successfully performed LAN session hosting/searching/joining, and I'm trying to move up to having a remote dedicated server which acts as a session host that client sessions can search for and connect to.
The problem is, I'm not sure how this kind of architecture is supposed to work when both server and client share the same code. Even more so, I'm not entirely sure how clients are even supposed to find online sessions if no server IP has been addressed.
Anyone care to fill me in on how to move from LAN/P2P sessions to online sessions?
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