Have you ever been inconvenienced by someone playing in the same world like you to the point where you want them gone? Banning can be the solution. But, what if you accidentally ban someone by mistake and want to unban them? The solution can quickly become the problem. In this article, we shall discuss how exactly you can ban/unban people in Minecraft and how it can be convenient for you to learn both.
When banning or unbanning a player on Minecraft Server, you can either do it by entering the username of the player or by IP of the player.
First, you are going to want to access your SMpicnic control panel and then press on the console tab.
From there it's a simple matter of entering a person's username in the command bar and putting ban or pardon in front of their name to either ban or unban them from the server that they have access to.
If you wish to ban someone using an IP then you need to once again access your console command bar through the same program of SMpicnic and input their username along with their Gamertag or username. It goes a bit like this.
Unbanning someone’s IP is more less the same, but this time you replace the world ban with pardon.
If you want to see just a player who is banned regardless of their IP, input the following command based solely on their username.
Command: /banlist player
If you desire to see someone who is banned from your server, you only need to go into your console command section to type in the following command:
Command: /banlist ips
So long as you are the one in control of the server no.
If you want to see a more simplified or varied version of banning or unbanning people on Minecraft then this video can be just what you need:
Your banning tools can be a very useful tool to wield when trying to maintain the type of atmosphere you desire in your server or for those who are purposefully griefing you and those in your world. Just be sure to use such a tool wisely and when you need it.