Minecraft server hosting has been a popular and popular topic of discussion for many people for a while now, with players being encouraged to create servers from scratch and even launch their own Minecraft servers.
But this topic is not as easy as it sounds and it can be a little intimidating.
Fortunately, it’s actually very easy to setup a Minecraft Server on AWS, even if you don’t know how.
So let’s take a look at how to setup and set up your first Minecraft Server.
The first thing you need to do is to configure your AWS account.
Go to your Amazon account page and follow the steps to create an account.
If you don´t have a Minecraft account, you can create one from the AWS Console and create an AWS account from there.
After creating an account, click “Create” in the top menu and follow these steps.
Once you have completed this step, you will be presented with a screen similar to this:Once you click “Ok”, the next screen will ask you if you want to create a new account, which will allow you to create and login to your AWS credentials.
You will be asked to enter the AWS credentials for the Minecraft server you want and select a port number to connect to.
You can also specify an IP address if you have a custom server you wish to run on.
Once you have finished the process, the next step is to select the AWS Server from your Amazon EC2 account.
Now, the server will be available to you in the AWS console and you can use the same settings to configure the server.
The next step we need to take is to get an instance of the Minecraft Forge server and use it as the Minecraft Server hosting.
First, we will need to configure our Minecraft Forge installation.
Go back to the AWS page and select the MinecraftForge.js project from the main menu.
On the top of the page, click the “Create New Project” button.
Here, you need a few things to choose:You will also need to create the configuration files needed for the server to function correctly.
Here is an example of how we can configure a server:When we click “OK”, a new page will appear that will show us the configuration for the AWS server.
After the configuration has been completed, the page will close and the MinecraftServer.js file will be downloaded and installed in the server folder.
Now we can start hosting the server and see how it runs.
We have created a MinecraftServer instance with the default settings, which is running at 192.168.2.2:The MinecraftForge project now is installed in a directory named MinecraftForge:The server is now running on port 50000:Now that we have a server running, let´s create a simple Forge application.
Open up the MinecraftMinecraftForge.exe and click the New tab at the top.
At the bottom of the screen, click Browse to find the directory that contains the Minecraft application.
You should now see the Minecraft MinecraftForge directory.
The next screen shows the application directory, which contains a folder called Minecraft.minecraft:Next, we need a folder to store our config files and we will do this in the next section.
Now that the Minecraft project has been created, it is time to start the server:If everything is going well, the MinecraftCraft server should start and load its config files:Congratulations!
You now have a working Minecraft server running on your AWS instance.
Here are some quick tips to help you setup a custom Minecraft Server:Configuring your Minecraft ForgeServerConfiguring a MinecraftForgeServerWith AWSYou can configure your MinecraftForge server using the AWS AWS Console.
Simply follow these two steps:If you don¹t have an AWS Console installed, you may need to open the console and navigate to your account page.
Follow these steps:When you open the Console, go to “Create new Project” and select your Minecraft server as the Project type.
Select “AWS Console” as the Application type and then click “Next”.
Once the Console is completed, click on “Connect to the Amazon Web Services Console” to connect the Minecraftforge server to the API Gateway.
After this step is completed you will see a page similar to the one shown below:Now, you should see the following screen:Now you can configure the Minecraft Craft server using AWS and use your Minecraft Craft application to host it:Configure MinecraftForge with AWSYou need to follow these instructions to configure MinecraftForge for AWS.
First, select the “AWSS Build” option and enter the “Java” configuration value.
This value will configure the Java server.
The default value is “0” and you need the “1” to configure a custom Java server instead.
You don´ts need to specify the Minecraftserver.jar file.
You need the following settings:You need “1″ to configure ForgeForge, which means the MinecraftClient is disabled.
Configure your MinecraftMinecraft