I'm running a Minecraft server on my local network for myself and my roommates. I would like to simplify some of the admin tasks by using an admin wrapper.
Unlike most of the questions, tutorials, and other things I could find, I want to make sure the server is not accessible outside my local network.
If I were to run Minecraft using an admin wrapper, what tools/techniques could I use to verify that the server is not accessible outside the network beyond trying to connect from a client outside the network?
Other potentially relevant information:
- Port-forwarding and related are turned off in the router's admin panel.
- I am running the latest JRE.
- I am using the latest official server JAR from Minecraft.net
- The "server" is an older Win10 Pro machine re-purposed for this and running Kodi on the main TV, and has all the patches/updates.
Side note: I'm planning on using Minecraft Server Dashboard, though for those that use other admin wrappers I'd appreciate more general purpose answers.