Want to allow Bedrock players to be able to join your Java server? Follow this guide to learn how!


Step 1: Downloading Geyser

You will need to download the plugin version of Geyser.

First go to GeyserMC's website here and click on the Download Button in the top right

Then you should download the Geyser-Spigot.jar file

Every time Bedrock Edition receives an update, you will need to download a new update from Geyser.

Step 3: Installing Geyser

You can install the Geyser plugin like any other plugin. If you haven’t installed a plugin before or need help, you can follow this guide:

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Step 4: Configuring Geyser

Now we need to configure Geyser to allow connections from Bedrock Edition. After installing the Geyser plugin, start your server to generate the Geyser config file.

Then we will need to edit port settings in the config, as the default Bedrock port is not the same as the default Java port. The config file can be found in the Geyser plugin folder.

In the config file, If you would like Geyser to use the same port as your server, set clone-remote-port to true. Otherwise, you will need to use a port from your allocations which can be found in the panel by selecting your server and then going to Network Settings.

If you do not know how to allocate a port or don't have one allocated, you can follow this guide:

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Edit the port under bedrock to match one from your allocated ports.

If you have a Dedicated IP, make a ticket in our Discord to get the default Bedrock port added to your server.

In the config, you can also edit the Server Name and MOTD that will show up to Bedrock players, but note the MOTD window on Bedrock is pretty small.

You can edit both the server name and motd shown to bedrock players!

Once you have your port and MOTD in, we can save the file and go back to the console.

In the console type:

And you should see Geyser using the new port we just set.

It may show you a warning about running in a Docker image. DedicatedMC are configured correctly and this will not be an issue.

Step 5: Connecting to the server

Geyser is now up and running! Congrats!

For your Bedrock players to be able to connect to your Java Server, they need to add it to their server list.

Once added, use the IP of your server and the port we configured earlier.

You should now see the server in the list of Bedrock servers with the server name and MOTD we configured!

The players can now connect like normal, but they will be prompted to log in with a Java account. They do not need Java Edition installed, but they will need a Java Edition account.

Once this is done, they will be on the server and can play with other Java players! It will use the skin of the Java account that was used to log in, not the Bedrock skin.



By default, Bedrock players will also need a Java account to connect to a Java server, the Floodgate plugin removes this requirement. Here is how to install it:

  1. Download the Floodgate plugin from here.
  2. Place it in your plugins folder
  3. Change the auth-type in the Geyser config to floodgate.
  4. Restart the server