Minecraft is a great game and it is available for many platforms, but Microsoft’s Xbox and Windows 10 OS are the best choices.
It is, however, often quite frustrating when Minecraft players forward their server with issues.
- Minecraft is a popular online game that you usually play with your friends.\n You can turn off the ability to forward Minecraft servers if you don’t want the others to be able to play with you.\n A Minecraft server can go offline due to a variety of problems.
Modify your proxy settings
- Start Minecraft.
- Press the Windows key + R, type ncpa.cpl, and click OK.
- Right-click the Local Area Connection, and select Properties.
- Select the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click the Properties button.
- Select the Use the following IP address option, type 127.0.0.1 into the text box, then click OK.
- Click OK again to close the Local Area Connection Properties.
- Press the Windows key + R, type cmd, and click OK.
- Type in the following command and press Enter:ping 127.0.0.1
- Now, enter the following command and press Enter:ping google.com
Make sure that Minecraft is not running
- On your computer, open your Minecraft.
- On your desktop, right-click the Minecraft icon.
- Select Properties.
- Then, go to Compatibility.
- Uncheck the Run in 32-Bit mode box.
Verify your firewall settings
- The Minecraft server’s port 25565 can be blocked, so users should ensure their firewall doesn’t block Minecraft traffic.
- Open Control Panel.
- Click Windows Firewall.
- Select Advanced settings.
- Click Inbound rules.
- Click Add rule.
- Enter port 25565 in the Port box, and click OK.
Add the Minecraft Server IP to the whitelist
- Press the Windows key + I to launch the Settings app.
- Navigate to the Network & Internet section.
- Select Gaming & Networks.
- Now, select the Xbox app from the left pane.
- Click on the Connections tab.
- Click on the + symbol to add your server.
- Next, enter the server’s IP address, followed by the port number.
- Lastly, click the Save button.