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Run your server like a pro! Here is how to place & break.
File access with FTP & SFTP
While you can use the built-in file explorer on mc.rbno.co to make quick changes, a more permanent tool may be more suitable for long-term use. With CyberDuck (recommended) CyberDuck is a free application for connecting to remote servers. We think it’s much easier to use compared to FileZilla and also has some neat features that are useful for managing remote hosts. For this tutorial, we’ll assume you have the app set up. You can either click “Open Connection” to conn
Domain setup (A & SRV DNS records)
Setup your Minecraft server to point to a domain like play.rabbitmc.com or just rabbitmc.com with SRV & A records. What are domains? To visit websites like ours, you have to enter a certain address in your web browser. For example, it could be rabbitnode.com, google.com, or even an address with a more “exotic” top level domain (TLD) such as paperplanes.world. There are no free domains. We do not offer domains but companies like Namecheap and
Tips on how to run your server like a pro
Whether you are a co-owner, systems administrator, developer, or running a whole server all by yourself, there are a few important things you should know for smooth sailing. Backup your server routinely Typically backups are made at least once a month but we recommend weekly backups for most servers. Larger servers should heavily consider daily backups because the more players you have, the more of a responsiblity you hold for your server. Backups should be stored in at least 2 places. F