Connectivity Problem with Minecraft - Connecting to server doesn't work

System Information

Field Value
Operating System Linux - Debian GNU/Linux 11 on x86_64
Product AMP ‘Decadeus’ v2.4.6.4 (Mainline)
Virtualization QEMU_KVM
Application Minecraft
Module MinecraftModule
Running in Container No
Current State Ready

Problem Description


The error message: “Internal Exception: Connection reset”

The server keeps starting up and shutting off and I tried rebooting, restarting and stopping the VPS AND the server itself yet nothing changes.

Reproduction Steps

  • Starting server manually in h Gamer Panel
  • Opening minecraft with the same java version as the server
  • Connecting to the server with the IP provided ( and even with the port (

what minecraft version are you using?

wanting to play on 1.20.1, and finally got it to change to 1.20.1 from 1.20.2

can i ask you to go to Configuration > Java and Memory and tell me what it says in Java Version

and you did press update when you switched it from 1.20.1 to 1.20.2?

i switched from 1.20.2 to 1.20.1, and yes i did hit update

EDIT: idk if this matters but my pc is on windows 11, idk if my pc is the server itself or if the linus is messing up due to that fact? am not so knowledgeable in these coding and javascripts etc

your computer being on windows doesn’t matter. Amp is running linux from the openjdk i see. Now i don’t know why its not working but i would say wait for ThePotatoKing to see this and they can help you out cause im trying everything the same on my end and i don’t get that error myself

That’s so odd, ty tho! It seems to be active but it’s mainly the joining errors that is causing a problem. I myself am getting timed out due to trying to connect for too long, and my friend is getting the internal exception: connection reset error message

Your VPS provider may have its own firewall that you need to configure

how can i do so? I’m using hostinger and i’m very new to it

You would need to talk to their support team for that one

so i found a solution, and that was to just create a new one from scratch and that seems to do it. Kinda odd how that is the solution to something that shouldn’t be a problem in the first place…

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