PortMiner 5 - Create public servers without portforwarding
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Please note PortMiner is compatible with all Minecraft versions, regardless of what the Game Version is shown as on PMC.
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NEW: Do you use Bukkit or Spigot? Try the PortMiner Plugin for Bukkit/Spigot 1.11, just drag and drop the plugin into your server's plugin folder and run!
What does this do?
PortMiner lets you create public servers, that people can connect to externally without the need for portforwarding or Hamachi. This is because some people either can't portforward or don't wish to.
How does it work?
PortMiner uses Universal Plug and Play to make port mappings on your router. You are the host of the server, and the people connecting to your server connect to you directly, just like any other public server. Some programs you may use already use this. Peer to peer filesharing software uses UPnP to open the ports to allow incoming and outgoing connections, and even Skype uses UPnP for the same reason.
It's not working for me.
PortMiner may not work for you for many reasons ranging from UPnP not being enabled/supported by your router, or your router may not be supported by the Cling Library (used to open the ports). Firstly, before asking for help read the "PortMiner Manual" file that comes with the application, and look in the Troubleshooting section.
Warning about port forwarding:
PortMiner uses UPnP to map ports, which is the same as port forwarding. While port forwarding itself can not damage your router, it opens a port directly to your computer, and thus can let malicous connections get through. Be sure to only share your IP address with people you trust.
I found a bug./Is it supposed to do this?/Any other question not answered in the manual, or on this page:
If you find any bugs or have any unanswered questions feel free to reply and I'll reply next time I'm on PMC.
I am not responsible for any damage to your computer even though it is incredibly unlikely, I have to put this here.
Contains LGPL software from: https://github.com/4thline/cling
|Game Version:||Minecraft 1.11|
|Tags:||Portforward, Server, Automatic, UPnP|
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PortMiner 5 : 03/27/2017 3:58:22 pm3/27/17
PortMiner 4.91 : 03/24/2017 3:09:34 pm3/24/17
Update #24 : 03/12/2017 4:15:25 pm3/12/17
PortMiner 4.8 : 11/03/2016 5:00:20 pm11/03/16
PortMiner 4.7 : 05/04/2016 5:50:23 pm5/04/16
PortMiner 4.6 : 03/12/2016 8:05:04 am3/12/16
PortMiner 4.5 : 03/11/2016 2:35:58 pm3/11/16
PortMiner 4.4 : 03/08/2016 3:34:22 pm3/08/16
PortMiner 4.3 : 03/05/2016 6:39:24 pm3/05/16
PortMiner 4.2 : 02/29/2016 5:43:44 pm2/29/16
Added feedback dialog (only one time).
PortMiner 4.1 : 02/29/2016 1:34:03 pm2/29/16
PortMiner 4 : 02/28/2016 12:31:48 pm2/28/16
- More user friendly, easier to select server jar file, remembers selection, instead of having to manually change the configuration parameter.
- Code is cleaner.
- Progress bar removed for now, as it's pretty pointless.
- A lot more stable.
PortMiner 3.6 : 02/22/2016 4:36:25 pm2/22/16
You can now manually select the jar file instead of having to edit the configuration, and it's location will be saved.
PortMiner 3.5 : 02/10/2016 3:17:54 pm2/10/16
PortMiner 3.4 : 01/19/2016 4:37:38 pm1/19/16
PortMiner 3.3 : 01/16/2016 6:24:31 pm1/16/16
PortMiner 3.2 : 01/10/2016 7:11:22 am1/10/16
PortMiner 3.1 : 01/07/2016 12:37:28 pm1/07/16
PortMiner 3 : 01/06/2016 5:55:36 pm1/06/16
PortMiner 2.9 : 01/05/2016 5:36:39 pm1/05/16
PortMiner 2.8 : 01/04/2016 2:39:38 pm1/04/16
PortMiner 2.7 : 01/04/2016 9:38:13 am1/04/16
Update #4 : 01/04/2016 7:40:24 am1/04/16
Update #3 : 01/03/2016 4:48:28 pm1/03/16
Update #2 : 01/03/2016 3:21:36 pm1/03/16