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Comments in 'Plugin Development' started by EvolSoft, Feb 7, 2015.
No, you can't.
You can't do this also with new API. Only if you code a plugin you can do this. But at the end is better to make an external software to forward packets than make a complicated plugin and waste a lot of time
do u know how!?!?!
Yeah it's easy. Just capture packets and re-send them to the new host address. The problem is making it user-friendly.
plz make an example? e.g.: just the code to change the server to 220.127.116.11.5.6 : i will work out the rest
We should talk on IRC, #mcpedevs or #blockserverproject.
i don't like the IRC because i keep getting banned for no reason lol. do u have Skype?
If you are banned, you are only banned from #pocketmine or #mcpedevs. We won't ban you on #blockserverproject
0_0 we still wait D;
Unless there is a reason...
I have created a MCPE proxy software (thingy) that could solve this problem. However, it currently supports only one server (the hub). I will update it as soon as possible. You can find it here: https://github.com/jython234/BouncyBall
That's in Java - not php < @PEMapModder xD
So? Why must it be in PHP? It is not a plugin.
Oh- it's just a redirect. I was thinking something like /server <> . that's probably how lifeboat do it. (The instant redirect)
I guess it has something to do with the DNS. Or they maybe just redirect the packets.
How do you redirect with DNS on a server?! (I use it for my hostname, but how do do it again?) And how do you redirect with packets?!?! xD
I don't know. I heard that Lifeboat has a load balancer.
Yea, it works like this:
|> sg1 > (5 games running)
Main Server - sg2 > (5 games running)
|>sg3 > (5 games running)
Etc etc, and the main server detects what servers are less full.
I heard that the load balancer is at the DNS level not the software level.