Server names are just one way of making your server more memorable.
There are also more than 100,000 different server names that you can use to distinguish your server from others.
Here’s a look at the best ones and the ones you should avoid.
Server Name Originators Server names can be the most confusing part of your server’s name.
They’re often short, descriptive names like minecraft servers, minecraft org, minecrafter, or minecraft.com.
You can also create them with spaces or periods, like minecraftee, minecrystal, or some other creative way.
But when it comes to server names themselves, they’re often just an alias for a server name.
The server names you’ll use for your servers are often based on your personal preferences.
Here are some popular server names: minecraftserver.com: Minecraft server name with a “Server Name” part, like “Mineserver”.
minecraftorg.com (with the period): Minecraft server with a servername with a period.
minecraft-platters.com, minecracker.com : Minecraft server names with a special case of a period in front of the server name, like ‘Minescrafters’ or ‘Crystalscrafts’.
minecraftteam.com(with spaces): Minecraft team with a teamname with spaces, like ‘[team]Minecraft Team’.
server.eu: Minecraft team name with the server-domain ‘eu’.
serverhost.net: Minecraft hostname with the domain ‘net’.
server: Minecraft servers with the name ‘server’.
server-names.com or server-servers.net(with periods): Minecraft servers using the serverhostname ‘server’ part of the URL.
server-games.com and server-guilds.com are two of the more popular Minecraft server-name extensions.
server: minecoords.com/server-gathers.net or minecoordinates.com / server: server-server.eu. server.com is the standard Minecraft server prefix.
server/: Minecraft site name, and you can also use the ‘site name’ part to mean ‘any site’.
server_url: Minecraft URL part of a URL, like server://server-name.com server_port: Minecraft port part of an URL, such as server://8080 server_username: Minecraft username part of any server name part, such a [email protected] server_password: Minecraft password part of server_name [email protected] server_domain: Minecraft domain part of all servers, like ServerName [email protected] server_ip-addr: IP address part of servers, such server.example.com port: Minecraft IPv4 address part, e.g. 8080 [email protected]: Minecraft name [email protected]: Server name server.net/: Any server name that starts with ‘net’, like ‘Minecraft.net’ [email protected]: Any TCP port part, including ports 8181, 8080, and 4444 [email protected]: Minecraft version number [email protected]: Minecraft user name server @user_agent: Minecraft Web Application (version) [email protected]: Minecraft group name server_hostname.net and server_user_name.server are also popular server-hostnames, which you can find in many popular browser extensions.
But there’s a catch: They can’t be shortened.
You have to use a server-side script to get rid of server-prefixes and add server names like Minecraft servers.
If you want to use server names without a server prefix, you can get them with the .jar or .minecraft folder of the Minecraft client.
Minecraft server hosts have names with periods in front, and servers with server-user_id.server and server.user_info.server.server have the same extension, like Minecraft org.
server_version.1.2.1 is the Minecraft version 1.2 with an ‘M’ in front.
server @group: Server group name.server_hostnames.net [email protected]: Server members name server