How to: Make a Minecraft server 1.7.2 (NO HAMACHI) (PORTFORWARDING)!!!





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Uploaded on Jul 17, 2011

This is a tutorial on how to make a Minecraft server. This does not require Hamachi and instead will be replaced by port-fowarding so that other people can connect without downloading anything.


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Sever Page *Not Direct Download Links*---http://www.minecraft.net/download
Port Forwarding Tutorials website---http://portforward.com/
Your IP--- http://www.whatsmyip.org/
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"I dont have a router...."
Yes you do have a router, or a modem or you wont be on the internet but
To find your router type your default gateway into your search bar 192.168.*.*
this will give you your routers main settings and there you can portforward.To view your default gateway, run CMD and type 'ip config' and look for your default gateway.

"Can you use it with cracked versions?"
Dont pay attention to what I said in the video, I was young and naive yes you can use it with cracked but to do that where it says 'Online Mode' In the server.propoties, change it from true to 'false'

"It says server cant keep up"
This is because your computer doesn't have enough RAM or doesn't have the CPU usage a minecraft server requires. Try closing any un-needed programs that are running, this can help.

" I have portforwarded and everything and it still doesn't work'
once you have port forwarded like putting 25565 in those boxes you normally have to assign the the application on your default gateway (Minecraft) to a device such as your computer, this can be found by going on your default gate way and should be around application sharing sector.


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