In this article we will go over on how to use Dynmap with a Reverse Proxy including an SSL certificate in combination with your domain to mask the port.

Note: Free reverse proxies are for DedicatedMC Clients only. If you want to switch, we'd love to have you!

General Information

At, we provide a free Reverse Proxy for Dynmap! This guide will show you how to set this up and request it from our Support Agents.

As stated in the description, a domain is required! Without a domain you will not be able to setup a reverse proxy. You can purchase a domain from here.
Reverse Proxies can not just be used for Dynmap, this will work for Plan and BlueMap too!

How to set up Dynmap with a Reverse Proxy and SSL certificate

Step 1: If you've made it this far, you will have already setup Dynmap to work on an additional port. If you haven't, please follow this article first.

Step 2: To use your Dynmap in combination with a domain, you will need to create a subdomain in your DNS settings. All Domain providers will have a different DNS editor, but the DNS record itself will remain the same. In this example we wil be using the subdomain map, but anything you want is possible. Simply change the Name value to anything of your choosing.

You will need to create the following DNS record:

Name: map

When you have created your record, you can use this website to check if you created it properly. Fill in your full subdomain + domain to check.

Step 3: When you have created this DNS record, please create a Support Ticket on our Discord with the command -ticket.

Step 4: In this ticket, state that you would like to receive a Reverse Proxy + SSL certificate for your Dynmap. Also state the following information: - Your full subdomain+domain (in this example - The IP of your server + the port of Dynmap (in this example

Step 5: One of our Support Agents will now handle the rest for you! All you will have to do is lean back and wait until they have it setup for you. When done, your Dynmap will be viewable on your subdomain + domain on a secured HTTPS link without having to use those pesky ports!