Frequently Asked Questions

Our servers are each equipped with two very fast NVMe SSD drives, 6x faster than a regular SSD. We also use Intel Xeon E5-1650v4 processors with a clockspeed up to 4.0GHz and DDR4 ECC 2133 MHz RAM. All of our servers have a 1Gbps uplink and 480Gbps DDoS protection.
We offer Minecraft server hosting in North America in Europe at the following locations:
  • North America - Montreal, QC, Canada
  • Europe - Gravelines, France
Your server will be created instantly once we receive your first payment. All server details you need to get started will be sent to you through e-mail right away. In case your server was not set up automatically, submit a ticket or ask one of our staff members through the live chat.
We use the latest version of the Multicraft panel for all of our Minecraft server hosting packages. Multicraft allows you full control of your server including an online console, FTP access, selecting Multiple jars including custom ones and much more!
Yes, you can use your own jar file! Just upload the file to the base directory of your server and rename it to custom.jar. Then just select "Custom JAR" from the jar dropdown. Save the settings and restart your server and you're ready to go!
Yes, you can! Please submit a ticket to request a transfer to another location. Changing the location of your server will change the IP address.
Please check if you are using the right IP address and including the right port. You should enter your IP address and port in the Minecraft client like this: where is your IP address and 25678 is your port. If you are not including the right port, you may automatically be connected to the server of someone else. If you do not want a port, you can purchase the "dedicated IP" addon.
In order to be able to join your server with the address "", you will need to register the domain name "". You can register a domain name at a domain name registrar company, we would recommend NameCheap or GoDaddy for that. Once you have that domain name, you can point it to your server at Withernode using a DNS-record. You can read more about this in our knowledgebase.

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