How to: Port forward your Minecraft server (ANY VERSION) | Working

How to: Port forward your Minecraft server (ANY VERSION) | Working



Want to host your own Minecraft server, but you’re confused with how to port forward? Don’t worry, it’s super easy. This video shows you how to allow the server through your Firewall AND port forwarding! This means that after watching this tutorial, you’ll have everything done and ready!

Using an extender, or more than 1 router between you and the internet? See this video:

Timestamps:
0:00 – Explanation
0:38 – Finding your server’s port
1:10 – Allowing it through your Firewall
3:29 – Port forwarding
5:30 – Letting others connect to your server
6:25 – Connecting to your own server

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48 thoughts on “How to: Port forward your Minecraft server (ANY VERSION) | Working

  1. Using an extender, or more than 1 router between you and the internet? See this video: https://youtu.be/Vm30a6CN3MA

  2. i use frontier NVG443B and i was trying to port forword and i dont know how cus when i do port forword nothing happens none of my friends can still join me WHY???

  3. so i use optimum and it tells me external ports then an aroow to my internal ports. do i put 25565 on both or one and which one do i change from 25565 to anything i want. please someone help.

  4. I followed your steps correctly but I paused at local IP because mine doesn't have a .1 it has a .0 so it wouldn't transfer to my router, can I get some help

  5. My router only have the option of virtual server(which have similar settings as in example), is it same or do i have to do something else?

  6. Okay for anyone who doesn't get how you can change your port-forwarding options, just type in your ip adress into your browser and navigate from there

  7. You didn't show us how to get to our port management. I know its different for everyone but at least point me in the right direction.

  8. it does not work it just says "Can't connect to server" but the server is running i even connected through a direct connection

  9. Thank you for the tutorial!

    For some reason I don't have a run.dat file… but I am able to start the server using commands. Anyone know why I don't have run.dat file tho?

  10. I have port forwarded and allowed all of the rules and it was working for so long. recently it has stopped. I am unable to go onto my gateway as it says soemone is allready logged in but that has nothign to do with it. I have port forwarded but it doesn't work?

  11. Iโ€™m about to tear my hair out at how stupidly dumb my router website layout is. Itโ€™s a Huawei G659 and the Great Wall of China stopping me from doing anything is the port forwarding bit. Assistance required

  12. for the port forwarding it doesnt have an option for putting an ip in can someone help ? my router is from tcplink

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