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Multiple Worlds on One Bedrock Server

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    powpowski commented
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    Same here. I would like to use portals to connect with different worlds.

    Please dear mojang team!

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    JVo1972 commented
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    I would love that as well!  I have one son who likes to play in survival mode and another who likes to be more creative and I don't want to have to run two computers to have two servers.  Thanks!

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    Kruzer80439 commented
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    Any response ? Java edition has 3 slots for worlds (plus mini) in a realm. Bedrock currently only has 1. Any feedback on whether / when our $7.99 / month will support the same number of worlds as Java?

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    SirArchy31 commented
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    This is something we really need.

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    SINY dude commented
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    No response back from the mojang team.

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    PureAwsome334 commented
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    In Bedrock Edition you can make 2 different servers with different ports (example: one server with port 9000, another server with port 9002), this means that you can have about as many worlds as your computer can handle.

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    tnmphoenix commented
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    Before official support, you could run multiple server instances. If you use Docker, this is much easier. You'd then end up maybe mapping different port numbers and connecting to them that way. Alternatively, you could create new IP addresses to use, but it would be more involved -- especially if you're not taking about a local area network.

    For example, I run a bedrock server using a Docker image I found off Docker Hub on my home server that sits in a rack in a closet. I could simply run multiple instances of that (with different names) and connect to the one I want...But itd be hard to share with my friends. I do have a VPN set up, so I could let them connect to that so they are then on the LAN. Otherwise, to NAT multiple IPs, I'd have to reserve more IP addresses from my internet provider which is costly. So then I guess host a server in the cloud, but again, comes with a cost that I'm avoiding by hosting at home.

    So you may want to use the Docker trick and map multiple ports. Then you just need to specify the host/domain/IP with a : ... Maybe annoying but could help save some money in the short term.