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Can you create a server that's both vanilla and modded?

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created 04/15/2019 6:48 am by LeoChima
last reply 04/16/2019 3:26 pm
I and my friends have a Minecraft server and we want to be able to switch between vanilla and modded. We would like to have multiple worlds, one with mods and one without, without having to buy multiple servers. When you would join the server you could choose between the two worlds, like in hypixel when you choose a minigame.
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04/16/2019 3:26 pm
Level 7 : Apprentice Dragon
mihion
Yes it is!

It's complicated but it is possible and then there will be some problems.

1. no Bungee but the fork Waterfall.
2.Lobby must be vanilla .1.12.2 where you will have to edit the .jar so that the forge client won't get kicked, reed FatExplodingPig commented on Jul 4, 2017. Viaversion must be on too!
3. ftb/forge can go on any vanilla but only on one specific ftb version or forge...
4. You will need sponge...this makes it possible to use proxy and plugins on forge... and this wil have some impact on your forge mods. some off them won't work.

I had this setup but now that i dont have my super server i don't have the setup. ;)

You won't have to by multiple servers wit proxy you can have many servers on one serve...proxy.
But it depends on how much memory/ram and cpu power you have...must at least have 5Gb for one FTB server.

Best regards Mihion!
04/15/2019 5:07 pm
Level 1 : New Miner
BratzeliStudios
1 word: plugins. Plugins aren't in as much detail as mods atm, but if you can find someone who's good at java and is willing, you could easily set up individual worlds. You can quite easily restrict plugins to a world.

The only problem with this is finding someone willing to create a set of plugins, or one plugin, that is essentially the mods you want.

So you may end up paying about the same. Not much else is possible tho
04/15/2019 1:56 pm
Level 13 : Journeyman Button Pusher
TentorIV
As far as I'm concerned, this isn't possible without multiple servers.
04/15/2019 7:18 am
Level 31 : Artisan Robot
_Phrozenbit_
That is possible. Look at BungeeCord. It is a proxy system that allows you to connect to multiple Minecraft servers.

It works like this. You set up a modded server, A vanilla server and a Lobby server. All the servers need to be running. Then you can set up BungeeCord in such a way that it lets new players join the Lobby server. The lobby server has two portals (BungeePortals) that connects the player to either the modded server or survival server.

Click the links for more information. Hope this helps :3
04/15/2019 1:11 pm
Level 43 : Master Engineer
SkyRamon
I think this won't work for him because in his question he said: "without having to buy multiple servers" and BungeeCord requires you to have 3 servers.

Plus if by Modded server he means something like Tekkit or FTB then this would be impossible too because you need a different launcher for a modded server.
04/15/2019 5:02 pm
Level 31 : Artisan Robot
_Phrozenbit_
It's possible to configure. Done this exact same thing before in the past. Though, It's far FAR from easy that is true ;3 And I'm not going to tell everyone everything of course :3
04/15/2019 2:19 pm
Level 25 : Expert Blockhead
Nitwick
This can be done on one host that allows for split traffic, but it'll take quite a bit of work and a host with more flexibility than most owners are able to use.

And, like your second part, it still wouldn't address the fact there is no client that can go between modded and vanilla. He should find that before trying something like this.
04/15/2019 5:08 pm
Level 31 : Artisan Robot
_Phrozenbit_
Usually with a proxy setup like that one would be way better off with a VPS (Bare metal server would be even better). I'm hosting 3 spigot servers this way, works pretty decently. All three minecraft servers just listen on 127.0.0.1 on different ports, and have BungeeCord do it's thing listening on public IP standard MC port forwarding to localhost. Need more RAM though, always need more RAM...
04/15/2019 5:10 pm
Level 25 : Expert Blockhead
Nitwick
Yeah, if he considers the limitations noted so far, he could still put it together using that route.

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