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Problem trying to connect to the server.

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Oct 29, 2013
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Hello everyone.

I'm having this problem since friday. I'm trying to enter the server but it always gives the message: Can't connect to server. When I double click it to join, this error appears: "Internal Exception: io.netty.handler.codec.DecoderException: java.io.IOException: Bad packet id 115".

I think this is happening to a lot of people but i haven't found nothing on the forums so I posted this.
Hope you can help me with this. Thank you.


Aug 12, 2013
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This error is thrown by Spigot/Bukkit. You're trying to connect to our servers when we haven't yet updated the network to 1.7. You need to play on 1.6.4 in order to connect to our servers, otherwise you'll continue receiving this error.

In order to play on 1.6.4, create a new profile or edit an existing profile and set it to use 1.6.4 instead of the latest version of Minecraft:

1. Open up the Minecraft Launcer and press "New Profile" or "Edit Profile"

2. Set the profile to use "release 1.6.4" instead of "Use Latest Version"

3. Press "Save Profile", select the profile from the list on the left hand side and press "Play". You should be able to connect to our network now!


You've been receiving this error since Friday because that's when Mojang pushed the new 1.7.2 release. You may also have found difficulties connecting to other large networks that use Spigot or Bukkit, as these networks are preparing to update to 1.7.2 and may have yet to make the switch.

Since this thread's been answered, I'm locking it. Should you have any further questions or concerns, do not hesitate to send a personal message to myself or another staff member! I hope you enjoy your time on MCGamer! Maybe I'll have the privilege of playing a game with you sometime in the future! :]
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