Setting up a custom server address

Setting up a custom server address Print

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If you'd like to create a custom subdomain name to connect to your Minecraft server, you can use this feature in your Multicraft Console.

This service allows you to have a unique server address, while avoiding the need to enter a port number in Minecraft.

If you have your own domain name and you'd prefer to use that rather than our subdomain service, you must specify either a CNAME record or a SRV record.

If you use a SRV record, you'll be able to connect without the port number (e.g. play.antivacc.in)

If you use a CNAME record, you'll need to specify the port number when connecting to your server (e.g. play.antivacc.in:25628)


If you need assistance with setting up a DNS record, we recommend first contacting your domain registrar.


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