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Minecraft play in LAN

With the last update Radmin VPN has Gaming networks for everybody! And also gave a few for Minecraft specifically.

Go to "Join network" and click on "Gaming network" tab and type in Minecraft in search.

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Setup:

1.       Install Radmin VPN

2.       Create your Network by pushing a button "Create Network". No registration needed

3.       Get your friends to join your network. To do it they need to know Name of the network and password

Here is also a guide on how to create and manage the network.


How to host a LAN game:

1.       Open a single player Minecraft world

2.       Hit Escape and Select the Open to LAN button

3.       Set the options and open the LAN network

4.       Tell other players a 5-digit port number, that will appear in a chat window, and your IP number

If you need to connect to a host's network:

1.       Go to "Multiplayer" on the main menu and either click "Add a server" or "Direct connect".

2.       Copy the host's IPv4 address

3.       Paste the IP in to the server address box along with the 5 digit port number distributed by the host (#####). You should now have something like ##.###.##.###:##### as your IP. (If there are any letters in the IP, you have the IPv6 address. Copy the IPv4 address instead.)

4.       Join the server. You should be able to connect.

Please share if it works or does not work for you in the comments.

You may also find interesting Guide for network admin

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Comments 5
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05/29/2019 19:00:45
All i got was

"
Failed to connect to the server
Failed to log in: Invalid session (try restarting your game and the luncher)
"
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06/18/2019 00:28:37
Somehow my friend cant join me. He gets the following message:"Connection Failure
io.netty.channel.AbstractChannel$AnnotatedConnectExeption: Connection timed out: no further information:"
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06/18/2019 12:53:41
We checked if we both play on the Version 1.14.2 and we even checked the Firewall so it isnt blocking Java, but it didnt help.
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