+rcon.web 0to the args when starting the server or add
-t telnetto rcon-cli args)
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USAGE: rcon [options] [commands...] GLOBAL OPTIONS: --address value, -a value Set host and port to remote server. Example 127.0.0.1:16260 --password value, -p value Set password to remote server --type value, -t value Specify type of connection (default: rcon) --log value, -l value Path to the log file. If not specified it is taken from the config --config value, -c value Path to the configuration file (default: rcon.yaml) --env value, -e value Config environment with server credentials (default: default) --skip, -s Skip errors and run next command (default: false) --timeout value, -T value Set dial and execute timeout (default: 10s) --help, -h show help (default: false) --version, -v print the version (default: false)
Rcon CLI can be run in two modes - in the mode of a single query and in the mode of reading the input stream
Server address, password and command to server must be specified in flags at startup. Example:
./rcon -a 127.0.0.1:16260 -p mypassword command
It is possible to send several commands in one request. Example:
./rcon -a 127.0.0.1:16260 -p mypassword command "command with several words" 'command "with double quotes"'
If commands passed, they sent in a single mode. The response displayed, and the CLI will exit.
To run CLI in interactive mode run
rcon without commands. Example:
./rcon -a 127.0.0.1:16260 -p mypassword
^C to terminate or type command
:q to exit.
docker run -it --rm outdead/rcon ./rcon [options] [commands...]
You can add your config file as volume:
docker run -it --rm \ -v /path/to/rcon-local.yaml:/rcon.yaml \ outdead/rcon ./rcon -c rcon.yaml -e default players
For more convenient use, the ability to create the
rcon.yaml configuration file provided. You can save the host and port of the remote server and its password. If the configuration file exists, and the default block filled in it, then at startup the
-p flags can be omitted. Examples:
./rcon -a 127.0.0.1:16260 players ./rcon status ./rcon -p mypassword ./rcon
Default configuration file name is
rcon.yaml. File must be saved in yaml format. It is also possible to set the environment name and connection parameters for each server. You can enable logging requests and responses. To do this, you need to define the log variable in the environment blocks. You can do
this for each server separately and create different log files for them. If the path to the log file not specified, then logging will not be conducted.
default: address: "127.0.0.1:16260" password: "password" log: "rcon-default.log" zomboid: address: "127.0.0.1:16260" password: "password" log: "rcon-zomboid.log" rust: address: "127.0.0.1:28003" password: "password" 7dtd: address: "172.19.0.2:8081" password: "password" type: "telnet"
You can choose the environment at the start:
./rcon -e rust status ./rcon -e zomboid
Set custom config file:
./rcon -c /path/to/config/file.yaml
-l argument to specify path to log file:
./rcon -l /path/to/file.log
-t argument to specify the protocol type:
# 7 Days to Die ./rcon -a 172.19.0.2:8081 -p password -t telnet version # Rust ./rcon -a 127.0.0.1:28016 -p password -t web status
-T argument to specify dial and execute timeout:
./rcon -a 172.19.0.2:8081 -p password -t telnet -T 10s version
If you think that you have found a bug, create an issue and indicate your operating system, platform, and the game on which the error reproduced. Also describe what you were doing so that the error could be reproduced.
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