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BungeeCord Set-Up help #103

mikiagent025 opened this issue Sep 12, 2019 · 1 comment

BungeeCord Set-Up help #103

mikiagent025 opened this issue Sep 12, 2019 · 1 comment


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@mikiagent025 mikiagent025 commented Sep 12, 2019

I was hoping to run a 1.13.2 PaperMC server using ViaVersion to make it so all players can connect. There isn't exactly an option to set up the Bungee server, so I set it up as a PaperMC server and changed the jar file, which worked.

My question is, if I am trying to link the servers together, I don't really know what I should make the settings to link servers together. If there's anybody with insight on the topic please send me a pm. Thanks

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@logwet logwet commented Oct 1, 2019

I don't 100% understand your question. Are you asking if it's possible to run the individual nodes/servers of a Bungeecord network on different DO servers through Gamocosm? Or are you asking how to setup bungeecord through PaperMC?

First question:

Technically possible, but if you want to distribute the different servers through several different droplets then you'll have to make a server for each one on Gamocosm. A functionally useful implementation may be to give each one the same start/stop schedule so your whole bungeecord network is running at the same time. Otherwise I don't quite see the point of doing it through Gamocosm.

Second question:

I believe (don't quote me on this) a normal PaperMC jar is capable of acting as a node in a bungeecord network, but isn't capable of proxying connections (ie. acting as the bungeecord "server"). The PaperMC developers maintain a fork of Bungeecord called Waterfall. I think that's what you're looking for.

Refer to the offcial spigot documentation on Bungeecord. Other tutorials like this one may be useful

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