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It’s easy to think a domain name and a website are the same. While they are related, they are very different things.
• A domain name is like the address of your home. It just tells people where to go to find you.
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This article shows you how to join your Bedrock Edition server using the IP Address
Setting up a Microsoft Account
A Microsoft account is required for online play on all versions, additionally you’ll need to be either over 18, or have approval from a parent’s Microsoft account that’s marked as in your Microsoft Family Account, to be able to join online games.
You’ll first need to make sure you have a Microsoft / Xbox Account, you can check this by looking in the bottom left of the Launcher, and whether it shows you as needing to “Sign In”
If it is asking you to sign in, then you’ll need to use your Microsoft account or sign up for one if you do not have this – it’s a pretty simple process to sign up, requiring some basic things such as your Email Address.
Once signed in, you should see your username and skin appear on the right hand side of the page – https://i.imgur.com/J876F5l.png – this means that you’re logged in and ready to play online.
Joining the server
Simply press the Play button and click the “Servers” tab. You should see Minecraft’s Sponsored Servers in the list already
Click “Add Server” and enter the Address and Port of the server in question. If you’re using Pebblehost this should be shown in the “IP” section of the panel. The IP is the part before : and the port is the part after : . The Name of the server doesn’t matter.
Click “Save” then click the new server to join it.
If you see this error:
Then that means something has gone wrong when joining the server. Generally to fix this, make sure you have the correct Server Address and Port (if you have a dedicated IP and would like the default port of 19132, then just open a ticket). Additionally, you can try rebooting the server or contacting support.
Enjoy your server!
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You read over the local-host server guides, you even set up a local server (or two), but you’ve realized that your home network isn’t fast enough for you to share your server with friends. No worries, today we’re taking a peek at the world of remote Minecraft hosts.
Preparing to Pick a Host
Before we even begin to delve into the subject, the first thing we would suggest is becoming very familiar with the ins-and-outs of running the local server on your network before jumping into paying for and dealing with a remote host.
The degree of tech support offered by different hosts ranges from hand-holding to completely DIY so it really helps to know the tools you plan on using pretty well before diving into managing a remote Minecraft server.
The knowledge you’ve acquired via reading our previous Minecraft tutorials, as well as the knowledge you continue to build up by playing with the servers you’ve installed, exploring plugins, etc., will prove very useful when comparing hosts and setting up your first remote server.
Unlike previous tutorials where we guide you through an explicit step-by-step, this lesson is focused on familiarizing yourself with the basic terms used by Minecraft hosting sites, the options out there, and how to avoid getting ripped off in the process.
A final word before we begin: our advice and suggestions are based on the premise that you are a home user who wants to host a remote server so that they and their friends can more easily play. The logistics of hosting a server that will support hundreds of players is beyond the scope of this lesson.
Going the Official Route
Before we dive into the myriad of unofficial hosts out there, we need to give Minecraft Realms a big nod. It’s the only official Minecraft host in the world as it’s directly endorsed, hosted, and promoted by Mojang.
Although it doesn’t support plugins, mods, or the more advanced features such add-ons bring to servers, it does feature simple billing ($13 a month for 10 players), zero chance of getting ripped off, stable servers, great uptime, and regular world backups.
Everything that appears in the regular PC edition (mobs, biomes, infinite maps) appears in Minecraft Realms.
If you just want to play with next-to-zero setup and no headaches, Realms is a solid option. It’s official, it’s simple, and at a little over a buck a player per month, it’s cheap.
What to Look For In a Personal Minecraft Host
As we emphasized in the introduction to this lesson, the focus here is on personal hosting. While commercial-level Minecraft hosting can get pretty pricey, there’s a ton of economical hosting options for people interested in hosting a small number of friends.
As anyone who has ever suffered through five frames per second on an old laptop can tell you, Minecraft can be a bit hardware intensive, especially if you have lot of players and mods running.
When shopping for a Minecraft host, look for hosts that have current and speedy server processors (the individual speed of the processors is more important than the multi-core abilities as Minecraft doesn’t use multi-threading).
You don’t need a lot of disk space for Minecraft, but it is a very read/write intensive game so SSDs are a bonus (most Minecraft hosts advertise that all their servers use SSDs).
How easy is it to configure the host? Most hosts have evolved to the point that they offer the sort of click-n-pay setup web hosts like GoDaddy have perfected. Take the time to read the Help/FAQ files while shopping. A good host will walk you through the setup and won’t try to stick you with a $30 fee to install Forge, Bukkit, etc.
Once the server is up and running you’ll need to keep it running smoothly. How does the host provide for that? Will you have a nice web-based control panel? FTP access for swapping files? Will you need to do everything via command line or do they offer graphical tools? Does the host feature Minecraft-specific controls like Multicraft, or an equivalent solution?
There are many, many Minecraft hosts out there and just like other hosting solutions (like web hosts) the quality varies tremendously. Further, the price is typically little indication of the quality.
MCProHosting, for example, is the same host that powers some of the biggest multiplayer Minecraft servers around (like the enormous Hypixel server), yet you can pick up a barebones vanilla Minecraft server package from them perfect for a half dozen players for only $2.49 a month. Add some extra RAM to support a Bukkit installation and mods and you can still squeeze by for around $8-10 a month. You’re on the same host and network as the big boys, but you’re paying Dollar Menu prices for your little server.
Read the Minecraft forums and ask for recommendations and information about hosts you’re not familiar with.
Roll Your Own Hosting Plan
We’re including this as a point of consideration but we’ll be upfront with you, unless you have experience with hosting services, are comfortable with Linux, and are willing to do 100 percent of your own troubleshooting, a roll-your-own-plan is a tough sell. You’ll essentially be hosting a remote computer that you’re completely in charge of setting up.
That said, where the roll-you-own plan really shines is if you’re looking to host a lot of players. At the lower end (20 players or less), it makes little sense not to get a plan from a respected Minecraft host; you’ll just be paying $5-15 a month or even less if you get a tiny plan. But, as the amount of memory you require to host a server climbs, prices scale upward pretty quickly.
If you’re willing to be 100 percent responsible for everything from the set up to the maintenance to the backup routines, you can pick up virtual hosting dirt cheap from places like OVH where a server with 2GB of memory will run you $7 a month, but 2GB of RAM on a dedicated Minecraft host will run you $20-30. You can upgrade the same setup all the way to 8GB of RAM and not even break $25 a month whereas a similar setup on a Minecraft host would run you around $80.
Again, you’re completely on the hook for all the work required to set things up. Where it will take you five minutes with a proper Minecraft host to go from paying to playing, you’ll spend a weekend (or longer) tweaking a from-scratch setup on a virtual host if you go with the roll-your-own-plan.
Regardless of which solution you end up with, you know have access to a whole new world of play. A remote server is always on, always available, and your friends can login from anywhere in the world without worrying about whether or not your home connection is up (or can support everyone you’ve invited to play).
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- Playing Minecraft
- How do I play multiplayer?
How do I play multiplayer?
When playing Minecraft, you can play a singleplayer or multiplayer game. If you’d like to play with other people, there are four options:
A player’s game version must be the same as the server version to play on that server, whether it’s LAN or hosted online. You can see your game version number at the bottom of your main menu.
For information about changing the game version for Minecraft: Java Edition, please look here.
For Minecraft on all other platforms, Minecraft can be updated by going to your device’s store.
Playing on a local area network (LAN)
You play by opening your home or local area network (LAN) to others who are also connected to that network.
Minecraft: Java Edition
To play with someone on your network first, choose a host computer. This computer should be fast enough to play Minecraft, while running a server for other players as well. You then launch the game and click “Single Player” and create a new world or open an existing one. Once inside that world, press the Esc key, then click the “Open to LAN” button. Here, you can choose which game mode to set for the other players: survival is the default Minecraft, with life points and hunger, creative mode allows you to fly and place an infinite amount of blocks, and adventure mode is similar to survival, but players cannot place or destroy blocks. You can also choose whether or not to turn cheats (commands) off or on.
Once you have set these options, click Start LAN World, and you’ll see a message that a local game has been hosted. Other players on the same network who wish to join can now start their game, select Multiplayer, and in a few moments, their computer should automatically detect the game.
Minecraft for Windows 10/Xbox/mobile devices
First, make sure every player that wants to join is connected to the same network, then choose a host device that will run the world, and make sure everyone joining is running the same version of the game as the host.
Start a LAN game:
- Press Play
- Create a new world or edit a current world by pressing the pen icon
- Go to multiplayer and make sure that “Visible to LAN Players” is enabled
- Start the world by choosing Create or Play
Join a LAN game:
1. Go to the Play menu
2. Click the Friends tab and look for available LAN Games
Playing on an online server
Minecraft: Java Edition
You play on an online server by locating and connecting to the IP address of a multiplayer server.
A multiplayer server allows two or more players to play Minecraft together. You can either download the server file needed to set up your own server from Minecraft.net or connect to another person’s server.
To connect to another player’s server, log into Minecraft, select Multiplayer from the main menu, click the Add Server button, and enter the IP or web address of that server. If you don’t know the IP of a server, thousands of public servers can be located by doing a web search for something that suits your style of play.
Note that to access a server you need to run the same version of Minecraft as the server. If you need help with this, you can learn more in our article on Changing game version.
For general information about servers, see the Minecraft Wiki’s server page. For more detailed information on setting up your own server, check out the wiki’s Server Tutorials.
Minecraft for Windows 10/Xbox/mobile devices
For Minecraft on these platforms there is three official servers available: Mineplex, InPvP and Lifeboat. You can join any of these three from the servers tab by pressing one of them.
It’s also possible to add an external server by pressing Add Server and then put in the necessary information. If you need help locating this information, please contact the server owner. Note: due to platform restrictions, this feature is not available on consoles.
Playing on Minecraft Realms
Minecraft Realms is a multiplayer service developed by Mojang. Setup is quick and through the game client and allows for you and up to ten friends to play simultaneously.
Minecraft: Java Edition
You can learn more about Minecraft Realms for PC/Java Edition at Minecraft.net/realms, or browse through our Realms help section.
All other platforms:
Split screen is not available for Minecraft: Java Edition as it is a console-exclusive feature; it can be played on all consoles (Xbox, Playstation and Nintendo Switch). Playing split screen allows up to four players to play on the same screen, at the same time. To play split screen, start the game and connect the controllers, this will automatically divide the monitor into player-specific screens (one for each player).
I think you’ll agree with me that choosing the best server for a small business can be a difficult process. With so many server types, processors, hard drive, and other options to choose from, it’s almost impossible to know where to begin. If you want to know how to setup a server for a small business, you’re in the right place.
It doesn’t have to be this complicated. It turns out, there are just four things to really consider when choosing a small business server. In today’s article, I’m going to run down our top 3 small business server choices, and show you how you can choose the best small business server for your needs.
Updates for 2021
This article has been updated for 2021 to reflect new servers and processors available for small business servers, along with updated pricing and order information.
How can you use a small business server?
A server is a remote computer that is generally stored in a server data center. It is always on and connected to the internet via gigabit ethernet. It can be used to host a diverse variety of services and applications for accomplishing business goals.
Business servers can be used for:
- Secure email hosting
- File Sharing
- Cloud Storage
- Hosting a website or eCommerce store
- Hosting SaaS apps such as customer relationship management, invoice management, employee management, or planning and collaboration software.
- Supporting multiple virtual servers
- Backing-up business data
- Storing and collaborating on documents
- Providing virtual desktops to employees
A small business server can power all of these services and more. A powerful server is capable of supporting all of them simultaneously, although there are benefits to splitting functionality between several smaller servers, rather than putting all your eggs in one basket.
How to Choose A Small Business Server
Step 1: Research server specs based on the applications you plan to run.
There are two different ways to determine which processor, RAM, and hard drive requirements you should select when setting up a small business server:
- Conducting research yourself:
- Make a list of all of the applications you plan to run on the server.
- Consider how many users each application needs to serve, now and in the near future.
- Take this list and head on over to Google to look for advice and tests conducted by others that show how much server resources this application may use.
- Wash, rinse, and repeat this step for each application and add at least 20% buffer to account for spikes in resource usage.
- Book an expert server consultation:
- Compile a list of applications you plan to run on the server.
- Visit our website and book a free consultation
- We’ll take our decades of experience and match you with the perfect server for your needs.
Just as you probably wouldn’t perform your own root canal or sell a house without a realtor, some things are just better left to the pros.
After all, when you help thousands of people find the right server, you develop a keen sense on which hardware performs best in nearly any situation.
Step 2: Determine the Best Small Business Server Location
When setting up a server for small business, you have two main options on location:
- setting up a server that will sit in your office; or
- hosting a server in the cloud.
While it may seem like a no-brainer to just pay a one time fee and buy a server, there are pros and cons to each approach.
Watch our video to help decide if you should buy a server for your office, or host one in the cloud:
If you want to play Minecraft online, you will need to find a server to multiplayer server to connect to. Minecraft servers are typically hosted over the internet and only reachable with the server’s external IP. This IP is a referred to as the server address and is used to connect to the server from the Multiplayer section on the Minecraft client. You will need to know the server address before hand since the Minecraft client does not offer a public index of these servers. One way you can obtain a server address is by visiting a Minecraft server listing site . Sites such as this offer thousands of servers to choose from with a variety of themes to enjoy.
As you review a listing, it will typically provide its server address which can be used to join the Minecraft server. The server address can come in several forms, but ultimately they all serve the same function, to connect to the server. Let’s place a name and example of each address type so you know what you should be looking for.
Raw IP – A series of numerical vaules in a similar format i.e xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Raw IP:Port – A series of numerical values and a service port i.e xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xxxxx
Domain – A “mask” used to make the IP of a server easier to remember by pointing a domain i.e apexminecraft.com to the IP of that server, allowing you to use minecraft.com to connect to that server.
Sub-Domain – A child of a top level domain i.e play.apexminecraft.com
Once you’ve acquired the server address you can move onto connecting to it via your Minecraft client. When connecting to a server you have a couple options. You can either do a direct connect or add the connection to a local list for easy access. The direct connection method allows you to quickly connect to a server by entering in the server address and then clicking join. If you plan on visiting a server a lot then it’s best to bookmark the server by clicking the Add Server button.The following page will then ask your for a descriptive name for the server and its server address. Once set you can click done and the server will be quickly accessible.
In addition to quickly accessing the server, you are also provided important information like the version it’s using, the server ping and its MOTD (Message of the Day).
Despite its simple interface, the Multiplayer menu offers you powerful functionality over the servers you have bookmarked. If utilized correctly it can make
Some arguments never die; Mac vs PC, iOS vs Android, and PC vs Console. With games, you will note that not all games release to all platforms. Some studios remain loyal to a particular console e.g. the PlayStation, while others prefer to release for more than one or all of them. Some games are available on all or almost all platforms. Case in point; Minecraft. It’s easily one of the most widely distributed games; you can play it on a desktop, phone, and on consoles.
When you have a game that’s available on so many platforms, and it’s a game that can be played online, on a hosted server, that multiple friends can be invited to, it makes you wonder if the game also supports cross-play.
Cross-play in gaming
Cross-play means that the platform you play a game on is mostly irrelevant when you want to play with other players. If a game supports cross-play, it will allow users that play on a PC to play with other users who may be on an Xbox or a PlayStation.
Cross-play requires proper support. Just because a game is available on multiple platforms doesn’t necessarily mean that players from all platforms will be able to play with each other. They may still be limited to playing with just users who are on the same platform as them. That’s why games that are popular across multiple platforms are often urged to add cross-play support. The idea has been around for ages but only recently has it become popular enough for studios to pay attention.
Minecraft is a game that started out on the PC but has expanded to every gaming platform there is. It is available on;
- Windows 10 (PC)
- Xbox (Not supported on the Xbox One Edition)
- Nintendo Switch
For each of the above platforms, Minecraft supports cross-play but for Windows 10, cross-play is only available for the UWP/Bedrock version. The Java version does not support it and the window for Java users to get the UWP version for free has closed so if that’s the version you own, you will have to buy the UWP one. Minecraft added support for cross-play with the Better Together Update.
Minecraft Better Together Update
The Minecraft Better Together Update is a patch that was added to the game. To get it, you need to be running the latest version of Minecraft. This update was announced in 2017 so if you’re running the latest version of the game on your console/computer/phone, you already have it.
If you’re on the PlayStation, support for Cross-play was added in December 2019. We’re well into 2020 now so you should already have it if the game is updated on your console.
How to Cross-play Minecraft: PS4/Xbox/PC/Switch
In order to cross-play Minecraft you need to;
- Create a free Xbox account. You don’t need Xbox Live unless you play on an Xbox.
- You now need to link the Xbox account to the Minecraft account that you will be playing with. This needs to be done on the device that you’re playing on.
- For the PS4: Open Minecraft on your console, and select the ‘Sign in for free’ option that you see. Sign in with the Xbox account that you created. Once signed in, Minecraft will redirect you to this page and it will display a code on the console. Enter the code on the page and click Let’s Play.
- For the Nintendo Switch: Open Minecraft and select the ‘Sign in for free’ option. Sign in with the Xbox account that you created. You will see a code on your console. Enter it on this page. Sign in to your Xbox account again if prompted to, and the two accounts will be linked.
- For the Xbox: Your account is already set up and you do not have to do anything.
- For Windows 10: Open Minecraft and click the Sign In option at the bottom left. Sign in with your Xbox account, and you’re good to go.
- Make sure all players that you want to play with have fulfilled the above two requirements as well. Add these players as friends on Xbox. To add friends to Xbox;
- Visit the official Xbox website and sign in with your Xbox account. Go to My Xbox>Friends. Use the search bar to look for your friends by their account and add them.
- Ensure version homogeneity: The map that you want to play on must have been created for the latest version that supports cross-play. Everyone that is going to play on the map must also be running the latest version of Minecraft i.e., it must be a version that supports cross-play though ideally, everyone should be running the latest version of the game no matter what.
- You’re now ready for cross-play. Open Minecraft on your device. Go to the Friends tab, and you will see your friends listed there. Invite them to a map, or they can invite you to play on a map.
Cross-play on Minecraft is fairly simple but it is tied down somewhat to the Xbox service. This is to be expected since there has to be a central service to connect different platforms together. The Xbox account dependency isn’t going to go away but it’s small and once you set the account up, you won’t have to bother with it again unless you need to add a friend.
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- Minecraft Troubleshooting
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Pink & Black Checkered Boxes in Game Where Textures Should Be
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Password Reset not Working
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Managing Data and Game Storage in Minecraft (Bedrock)
If you receive an error report that you are almost out of storage space, you will have to go into the saved game data in game settings to delete files manually. Sign into your account Choose the world .
Can Minecraft Run on Chromebooks?
Minecraft is not currently compatible with Chromebooks. If you bought Minecraft and want a refund due to this incompatibility, you may request a refund so long as you are within the refund window for whichev.
How to Recover Missing Worlds (iOS Only)
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Achievements Not Unlocking
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Multiplayer Connection Issues (Bedrock Editions)
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Minecraft: Java Edition – Game Out of Memory Error
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Minecraft Launcher Failure
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Xbox One: How to Fix Error 0x82d40003
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What are the Device Requirements to run Minecraft?
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I Can’t Sign In (Windows 10, Xbox, and Mobile Only)
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I Can’t Login to my Mojang Account
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Want to host a Minecraft server on Linux? If so, you need to be running the Java edition, as Microsoft only allows Linux Minecraft servers to run that way. To run a Minecraft server on Linux, you’ll need the Java Runtime environment.platform with the Java edition. Installing Java might be annoying. However, it’s straightforward to install Java on Linux, so let’s get going!
Install Java Runtime
In this guide, we’ll focus on the concept of hosting a Minecraft server on a Linux operating system. We won’t specifically focus on using a Linux server operating system, because it’s not required. However, if you’re looking to have a dedicated Minecraft server on Linux, you should probably go that route, and we recommend Ubuntu server.
Note: there are many versions of the Java Runtime environment on Linux, both Oracle’s official release and the open source alternative. For this tutorial, we’ll use the official Oracle version. That said, it’s perfectly OK to use the OpenJDK setup as an alternative, and everything should run just as well.
Oracle’s Java runtime isn’t easy to install on Ubuntu. However, adding a PPA makes this much less of a headache. Due to the nature of how Ubuntu server works, this PPA should work fine on both Ubuntu desktop, and Ubuntu server. However, if you add the PPA to Ubuntu server and find issues, consider installing the OpenJDK JRE runtime as an alternative.
To add the Oracle Java Runtime PPA to your system, open up a terminal and enter the following:
Run apt update to refresh Ubuntu’s software sources.
After running the update, use apt upgrade to install any updates that show up.
Lastly, install Oracle Java from the software repository.
Debian can access the Ubuntu Oracle Java PPA. To add it, you’ll need to edit your /etc/apt/sources.list file. Open up a terminal and launch Nano.
Paste the following code into the Nano editor:
deb https://ppa.launchpad.net/webupd8team/java/ubuntu trusty main
deb-src https://ppa.launchpad.net/webupd8team/java/ubuntu trusty main
Save the Nano editor with Ctrl + O, then use the terminal to add the PPA’s software GPG key.
Lastly, install Java.
Oracle has pretty good support for all Redhat based Linux operating systems, so installing it is very easy. That said, if you have issues, you may want to look into the open source alternative.
To install the latest version of the Oracle Java Runtime Environment, go to the download page and get the newest RPM.
Once downloaded, open up the terminal, CD to the
/Downloads directory and run the installer.
Run Minecraft Java Edition Server
After getting Java working, the hard part is done. Now all that’s left to do is to download the latest version of the Minecraft Java Edition server app and run it. When downloaded, open up a terminal use the MV command to place the server app in an appropriate location.
Note: if you are using a server OS, you may need to download and place the file manually. The instructions below are specifically for those running a Minecraft server on an OS that has a proper Home folder structure set up.
Run the server headless (no GUI) with:
Alternatively, run the Minecraft server with a GUI interface:
Now that the Minecraft Java edition server is running, you’ll need to distribute the IP address for it. For best results, host this server at your own home on LAN. If you must host one online, consider doing it on a VPS like DigitalOcean, as they offer great rates to run Linux apps on.
Note: if you are running an online server, be sure that port 25565 is forwarded or the server will not work!
To find the local IP address, run in a terminal:
This command will isolate the server’s LAN IP.
From there, distribute your IP address to any who needs to connect and instruct players to add the IP to their Minecraft client.
Running your Minecraft server online and not just on LAN? You’ll need to go through and find your server’s external IP address. Finding this address should be easy to do within most VPS dashboards.