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FutureStarrHow to Make a Server in Minecraft
If you love Minecraft, you probably have wanted to learn the ins-and-outs of the game. It's even possible that you've wanted to learn how to build your own Minecraft server. And if you've tried to do that, without any help, you probably know how difficult it can be. I am here to tell you that it is indeed possible to create your own server. In this article, I'll explain the basics of how to learn how to use Minecraft to create a server.
Before you try to do any of this at home, these instructions are meant for parents who are helping their kids. Thus, kids MUST get parent permission and choose a time when they can supervise and help. Setting up and running an online server means that anyone with your external IP address will be able to join your server and play in your Minecraft world. Think carefully about who you invite to play on your server! (Source:
For help with address translation, opening the firewall and routing (these three make up what people call port mapping/forwarding), portforward.com is a good source. Select your router from that list, skip the ad that comes after selecting the device, and you will see instructions for setting up port forwarding. Alternatively, you can read the documentation supplied with your router, modem, or other ISP related hardware. (Source: minecraft.fandom.com)
There are a few ways to go about creating a Minecraft server, but there are two major avenues you can take. You can choose to pay a virtual private server (VPS) provider to host your Minecraft server, or you can host the server on your own computer. Both require a modicum of technical know-how, but the VPS route is generally much easier. Many web hosting services offer dedicated Minecraft-oriented hosting that streamlines the entire process. If you don’t mind paying for the service, this is a solid option. What’s more, many web hosts offer customer support, so if you are hesitant about setting up a server by yourself, the additional help will set your mind at ease. (Source: www.pcmag.com)