How to use RCON with Unturned

How to use Rcon with Unturned


 

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Unturned does not ship with a default RCON Server installed, see our guide on installing RCON before continuing.

You can also use the web console in your manager.gameserverkings.com panel for an RCON client.

Windows:

Next you're gonna need to download a third party utility called Putty. You'll then need to find the "alternative binaries" section then download either the 32 bit or 64 bit version of putty depending on your operating system. If you do not know, simply use 32 bit.

Putty Installer UI

 

Next after opening the exe file, you'll need to modify the following information, the hostname (your server ip), the port (your rcon port) and make sure the connection type is 'telnet', then hit open once your information is filled in.

PuTTY Configuration

 

Additionally, after connecting you'll see some text along the lines of this: "RocketRcon v2.4.8.0" on the console window.

Next, you will login using the following command: "login <yourrconpassword>"

The server gives no indication on a successful rcon login, however, if it fails it will simply tell you that you are not logged in. 

You can now simply execute commands, try "help" as an example.