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How to set up a Minecraft server on Windows

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on 2 December 2014

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Transcript of How to set up a Minecraft server on Windows

How to set up a Minecraft server on Windows
Step 1
Step 2
This is the page for accessing a Netgear router. Under the Advanced Setup, you will click on "Port Forwarding" or something similar.
Step 3
The page in this picture is where you input the address of your computer from before. You also give the new server a name, as well as telling it which port to use.
Step 4
After creating the server and giving it the proper information, reboot your router. This is so the router can open the port and allow the server to be accessed.
Step 5
The window open in the picture is what opens the server to the public. It allows others to connect to your computer and join the server.
This is an IP scanner that you use to find your computer's address. When your computer is first used, it asks for a name. This is the name you look for in the scanner.
Find your internal IP address by using an IP scanner.
Open the settings of your router and go to “Port Forwarding" under Advanced Settings.
Open a new entry, then input the internal address from step 1 and the port you wish to use for the server.
Save the changes you have made. A message will show up that will ask you to reboot the router.
Allocate memory to the server through a Notepad file. In the Notepad file, type “java –Xms_M -Xmx_M -jar minecraft_server.jar nogui,” where the blanks are the minimum and maximum amount of memory to use.
Save the Notepad file as a .bat file in the same folder as the server files.
Finally, run the notepad file, which is now called a batch file. Make sure not to edit the file by mistake.

Materials:
• Router
Windows Computer
Internet Connection


Q1: Where do I find an IP scanner?
A: www.advanced-ip-scanner.com can be used to find IP addresses.

Q2: How do I find the settings of my router?
A: Open a browser, then type 192.168.1.1. Enter username and password. The Advanced tab will then appear.

Q3: Where do I call if something doesn’t work?
A: call 1-800-COOL-CAR

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