This page explains where to download and how to configure the Connect plugin to list your Minecraft server on the Connect Network and allow players to join your server. It's easy!
- You have a Minecraft server running anywhere (locally or remote).
- You have a Minecraft client for joining (paid or non-paid).
Downloading the Connect Plugin
The installation steps are the same as for every other Minecraft plugin (Download jar, put in plugins folder, start server). The only difference is that you can download the Connect plugin right here, instead of SpigotMC.
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What does the Connect Plugin do?
Disabling "enforce secure player profiles" Required
Since Minecraft 1.19 the
enforce-secure-profile property was introduced. Players joining through the Connect Network to your server won't be able to join if this setting is enabled. It is safe to disable this setting as it only affects chat messages. F
enforce-secure-profile=false # If you disable online-mode, then enforce-secure-profile has no effect online-mode=true
force-key-authentication=false # If you disable online-mode, then force-key-authentication has no effect online-mode=true
enforce_secure_profile=false # If you disable online-mode, then enforce-secure-profile has no effect online_mode=true
Joining your Server
Every server has a unique configurable Endpoint name that directly reflects the domain players can join the server with. If you leave this field empty, Connect will use a temporary random endpoint name for your server provided by the Random Name Service.
You can always update that endpoint name in the config:
The environment variable
CONNECT_ENDPOINTtakes precedence over the configuration file.
Joining with free provided Public Domain
After installing Connect plugin and starting your server you will see the free public domain for your server that looks like
Ping requests are also mirrored to the endpoint server.
Joining from Browser Hub
Players can also discover your server from the in-game Browser Hub at
minekube.net and can join with the in-game UIs or with the
/browser join <your-server-name> command.
Joining from your custom domain
Go to Endpoint Domains to learn how to use your own domain for your server.