This error can occur if the Minecraft server attempts to use a port that is already in use by another server. In this video, I will show you how to identify and fix the error.
The first step is to go to Scalacube.com and log in to your account.
Go to "Servers" and select "Manage server".
Click on "Manage" again.
Identifying the error
Click on "Console" on the left tab.
The error should be shown in the console.
Fixing the issue
To fix the issue, the easiest method is to contact us via the ticket section and tell us the issue you are experiencing. We can solve the issue swiftly for you to have the smoothest gameplay experience.
To contact us via the ticket section, go to the "Support" page.
Click on "New Ticket" and explain your issue. Our support team will get back to you as soon as possible.
Congratulations! You now know How to Fix "Failed to Bind to Port" on Minecraft.
FAQCan I prevent port errors?
Yes, to prevent port errors, ensure you don't run multiple servers on the same port. Assign unique ports for each server.What if the console doesn't show any error?
If there's no error in the console, it probably means there's no issue with the port. Check other causes, like network or plugin issues.How long does it take for support to reply?
Our support team is quick to respond. In most cases, you'll receive a response within a few hours or sooner.Can port issues affect other games?
Yes, port issues can affect any game that requires an open port for server connections. Ensure ports are correctly configured for all games.Is "Failed To Bind To Port" a common Minecraft error?
This is not a very common error, but it can happen if the same port is being used by multiple servers or if the port is occupied by another service.How do I pick a unique port?
Select a port number within the range of 1024-49151, making sure it's not used by other servers or services. Avoid using common port numbers.Can I change the port myself?
Yes, you can change the port in your server configuration file. Make sure you're using a unique and unused port to avoid conflicts.Are there other solutions besides contacting support?
You can try manually changing the port, restarting your server, or checking if any firewalls or security settings are blocking necessary ports.What can I do while waiting for support?
While waiting for support, you can search forums or communities for similar issues and possible solutions. Just ensure you understand any changes you make on your server.Could my computer's firewall be causing the error?
It's possible that a firewall is blocking the port. Ensure that your firewall settings allow the correct port for your Minecraft server.
- Log into your Scalacube account on the main website
- Click on Manage server > Manage > Console
- Verify the error
- Contact support for further information