Minecraft Bedrock

How to Install Minecraft (Bedrock) Server on Your Synology NAS with Docker

Last updated on April 9th, 2022 at 06:44 pm

This version of Minecraft will work with all your consoles such as the Nintendo Switch and also mobile phones (IOS,Android)

GitHub Page here

Want the Minecraft Java Edition instead? click here.

Step 1

Before we start, please ensure you have Docker installed. This can be installed through the Synology Package Center.

Step 2 – Install Portainer

For this guide we’re going to use Portainer. If you have not yet installed Portainer, please follow this easy install guide. Portainer will keep our install quick and straight forward.

Step 3

We now need to create the Minecraft Docker folder. Head into File Station and open the Docker folder. Select Create, choose Create folder and name it bedrock.

Step 4 – Open Portainer

Open Portainer. If you have used my previous guide, you can locate your container here http://synologyip:9000

Step 5

From the menu to the left, click into Stacks. From the Stacks page, click on Add stack.

Step 6

From the Create stack screen, under Name, enter ‘minecraft_bedrock‘. Make sure that you are also in the Web editor tab, there will be a tick to show this.

Step 7

Copy and past the full code from below to the Web editor box.

Important: When you have pasted the code into the Web editor box, make sure that you update your UID/GID along with your server name. If you know what you are doing, you can change the other options to suit. For more configuration options, see this link.

version: "3.2"
    image: itzg/minecraft-bedrock-server:latest
    container_name: minecraftbedrock
      - UID=1026
      - GID=100
      - DIFFICULTY=normal
      - GAMDEMODE=survival
      - SERVER_PORT=19132
      - ONLINE_MODE=true
      - SERVER_NAME=neellik.com
      - EULA=TRUE
      - /volume1/docker/bedrock:/data
      - 19132:19132/udp
    restart: unless-stopped

Step 8

From the bottom of the page under Actions, click on ‘Deploy the stack

Step 9

If successful, you should see a Stack successfully deployed message along with the installed Stack.

Step 10

The installation process has now finished. Give it a few seconds to appear in your Docker list.

Once installed you may notice a high CPU and RAM usage, this should hopefully settle down after a few minutes.

That’s you finished, you can now point your devices to your Minecraft Service using http://synologyip:19132

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