This is less costly than paying for paid services. These are great to host smaller groups of friends or experimenting using Minecraft. If you require greater control over your server or your server is large is a good idea to consider a dedicated server.
Step 2: Buy the Hardware and Software You Will Need
If you opt for a paid hosting service, the next stage is to make sure you have the necessary hardware and software components for running a server. You’ll need a reliable computer as well as an internet connection and an version of Minecraft server software that is compatible with Minecraft. Based on the requirements of your hosting it is possible that you will require other hardware or software components.
Step 3: Set Up Your Server Environment
Once you’ve set up the proper equipment and software, it’s time to configure your server’s configuration. This includes setting up the server software on your computer setting up the server’s settings, and making sure that your server is adequately secured.
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