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* An Rcon password can be defined, after the "Release Version" of Rust is selected.
 
* An Rcon password can be defined, after the "Release Version" of Rust is selected.
 
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*The Server is now ready for Rcon.
 
*The Server is now ready for Rcon.
  
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*If the "Release Version" was activated on the Server, the same version has to be started localy:<br>
 
*If the "Release Version" was activated on the Server, the same version has to be started localy:<br>
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*The easiest way to join the server is by using the in-game console (F1 key).<br>
 
*The easiest way to join the server is by using the in-game console (F1 key).<br>
 
*The command "client.connect ServerIP:Port" (without quotes) opens a direct connection to the server.<br>
 
*The command "client.connect ServerIP:Port" (without quotes) opens a direct connection to the server.<br>
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*Register the Server in the Rcon-Tool.<br>
 
*Register the Server in the Rcon-Tool.<br>
 
*The Interface looks like this:<br>
 
*The Interface looks like this:<br>
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*Following data are import:<br>
 
*Following data are import:<br>
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*They now need to be entered in the Client in the "Settings" Menu. This looks like this:<br>
 
*They now need to be entered in the Client in the "Settings" Menu. This looks like this:<br>
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*Now the only thing that is needed to do, is to save the profile and click on "Connect" to connect via Rcon.
 
*Now the only thing that is needed to do, is to save the profile and click on "Connect" to connect via Rcon.
  

Latest revision as of 06:55, 1 September 2021

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Setting up the Server

  • Please assure that the correct version of Rust is installed:
  • An Rcon password can be defined, after the "Release Version" of Rust is selected.


RCONRUST-experimental ENG.png
RCONRUST-advanced ENG.png

  • The Server is now ready for Rcon.

Setting up the Client

  • If the "Release Version" was activated on the Server, the same version has to be started localy:

RCONRUST-steam ENG.png

  • The easiest way to join the server is by using the in-game console (F1 key).
  • The command "client.connect ServerIP:Port" (without quotes) opens a direct connection to the server.

Download the RCON-Tool

  • To use the Rcon-feature a Tool is needed, which can be downloaded here.
  • The developers Forum can be reached over this link.

Entering Data into the RCON-Tool

After the download the final step is reached:

  • Register the Server in the Rcon-Tool.
  • The Interface looks like this:

RCONRUST-tool2 ENG.png

  • Following data are import:
Server IP
Server Gameport (28015)
Server Query Port (28025)
RCON-Passwort


  • They now need to be entered in the Client in the "Settings" Menu. This looks like this:

RCONRUST-tooldata2 ENG.png

  • Now the only thing that is needed to do, is to save the profile and click on "Connect" to connect via Rcon.