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Using Bungee to link multiple servers together is an effective way to manage and efficiently operate your servers should you desire more than one instance or game type of Minecraft. It may seem daunting at first but setting up a Bungee Cord for use on Apex Minecraft Hosting is rather simple and can be installed by those with little previous experience. Lets first start with the structure of a Bungee minecraft server network.
To utilize a bungee network you should have at least 3 servers. 1 for the proxy and 2 backends servers which players physically join to. The proxy server acts as the gateway that delivers players onto a backend server such as a Hub or lobby.
Once you install the BungeeCord.jar onto the proxy server and started it will have generated a config.yml file. Access the proxy’s server files via FTP and edit this file. When you go to edit this file you will see a configuration setup similar to the following. Most of it we can ignore. What you should take note of are lines 2, 14, 16-19, 22-23, and 27.
#BungeeCord Config.yml file contents groups: AshKetchum: - admin disabled_commands: - find player_limit: 100 stats: 4DACA6AB-C060-41B1-8FC2-C20D96C42274 permissions: default: - bungeecord.command.server - bungeecord.command.list op: - bungeecord.command.server admin: - bungeecord.command.server - bungeecord.command.alert - bungeecord.command.end - bungeecord.command.ip - bungeecord.command.reload listeners: - fallback_server: lobby max_players: 100 host: 127.0.0.1:25565 tab_size: 60 force_default_server: true tab_list: SERVER motd: 'MOTD of my server' default_server: lobby forced_hosts: example.net: auth bind_local_address: false ping_passthrough: false query_enabled: true query_port: 25577 timeout: 30000 connection_throttle: 4000 servers: lobby: address: 127.0.0.1:25566 restricted: false motd: 'My Bungee Lobby' ip_forward: true online_mode: true
That’s it, now repeat this process for every other backend server you plan to add to your network to link them as one. This process is a bit tricky at first but easy to grasp once you’ve done it. If you need any help in setting up a bungee network, Apex Support offers services with such requests granted you carry our Premium Support service.
You will need to purchase a server for people to connect to which will be running the Bungee Cord jar file and be the only point of access for the public. This server can be the smallest package that we offer as it won’t need very much RAM to be stable, we estimate using 10MB per estimate player or a 1GB server for a player base of 100. The next server will host your lobby where all of the players will automatically be directed to. This server will be used to show off your building skills and link off to all of the individual games in sections of the lobby. I’m sure everyone here has seen a typical hub server setup. The rest of the servers will host the individual games, it is ideal to put one game per server and link off to that. If you want to host multiples of the same game, purchase multiple minecraft hosting and put one server on each.
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