How do I create a geyser server?

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  • Geyser Plugin - You will not need multiple servers for this guide.
Follow the guide below to create a Java/Bedrock Server with Geyser (Plugin):
  1. Go and reinstall the server and choose the following:
    - Variant: PaperMC or Purpur
    - Version: Any version you want
  2. Restart the server
  3. Download the Geyser Spigot plugin from here
  4. Upload the plugin to the plugin folder using WebFTP or FileZilla
  5. Restart the server to generate the plugin files
  6. Change clone-remote-port to true and the following in config.yml of GeyserMC.
    YAML:
    bedrock:
    clone-remote-port: true
    YAML:
    remote:
      address: auto
  7. Restart the server and now you're done.
You will be able to connect with your Node IP and same port as your java server.
  • Geyser Standalone - You must have 2 servers to use this guide. You would have to be verified or a booster.
Follow the guide below to create a Java/Bedrock Server with Geyser (Standalone):
  1. Go and reinstall the server and choose the following:
    - Variant: GeyserMC
    - Version: latest
    - Environment: java8
    - Delete Files: ✅
  2. Restart the server
  3. Now let's get another server with PaperMC and start it
  4. Go back to the GeyserMC server and edit config.yml using WebFTP or FileZilla
  5. Change the address and port in the config to the one you have for the PaperMC server
    YAML:
    remote:
      address: scorpion.de.freemcserver.net
      port: 25949
  6. Restart the GeyserMC server and now you're done.
GeyserMC Server - Bedrock Users
PaperMC Server - Java Users
Server NODEIP/Port - Bedrock and Java Users

For bedrock users to join the server without needing a java account, you will need Floodgate. Otherwise, you will need a java account to join the server.
 
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