I run MC and UT servers.
Unturned by default runs on port 27015, 27016, 27017. If you haven’t changed the port on your Unturned server, and only run one Unturned server, then those are the ports.
A Minecraft server uses 25565 by default. Just portforward that UDP and TCP to the correct IP.
Setting up the Minecraft server is very simple. You download the Minecraft server files right here https://www.minecraft.net/en-us/download/server/
These files are always for the latest game, however. If you wanted to run older versions, or want to run Modpacks, that is more complicated, but similar. I could always explain those too.
If you want more in your Minecraft experience, you can always download Spigot or PaperSpigot which will both allow plugins for the server (such as handy ones like Worldedit) or for better server performance. Heres a quick tutorial I typed out. If you cant follow this, just use a Youtube video. I prefer text tutorials, however.
Download the .jar file
Move the .jar to a folder, this will be the server folder.
Create a text document in the same folder as the .jar
Go into the text document and write
java -Xmx2G -Xms2G -jar minecraft_server.1.14.4.jar nogui
In the top left of notepad click file, “save as” and then before saving, change the
“save as type: Text Documents (.txt)"
"All FIles (.*)”
Also, change the file from a .txt to a .bat
It should go from this
When you’re done, save the file. Now you should be able to double click the file, and it will launch the server.
The first time the server launches, it will always close and refuse to work. This is because a new file called EULA.txt will be created. Open it, and change eula=false to eula=true to confirm that you agree with Minecraft’s EULA.
Now, when you open the server it will generate the world and work like normal. Make sure to type “stop” when you want to stop the server. This will safely save and shutdown the server. You can also type save-all to save current progress, just incase.
To install spigot, all you have to do is simply replace the .jar you downloaded from Minecrafts site with the spigot jar. Then you have to edit the command arguments you put in start.bat to align with the new name of the file. example -
java -Xmx2G -Xms2G -jar spigot_1.14.4.jar nogui