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This is the server node module to connect your Assetto Corsa game servers with

Project description

This is a library to connect racing simulation servers (currently only Assetto Corsa) with to collect session statistics and make use of a global ban list moderated by a community of stewards.


The library is tested and developed for Windows 7+ 64bit and Debian/Ubuntu Linux distributions (of course, you will be able to get it running on other distributions).


# The following procedure is tested for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64 bit.
# First we install all requirements
sudo apt-get install python-dev build-essential mono-complete

# download and install pip (see , if you don't trust me)
sudo python

# download and install the speedwise-node
sudo pip install speedwise-node


  1. Install
  2. Install python27, pip and do a python pip install speedwise-node
  3. or Download the generated exe file from


The server node is configured by a simple ini file defining the paths to your dedicated server installation, a folder containing configuration presets for your server instances and a folder (workspace) where these instance will live in.

Furthermore your obtained credentials (SpeedwiseServerId and SpeedwiseServerSecret) for are placed underneath the [Speedwise] section of this file. If you need credentials join the speedwise Steam group ( and contact the admins.

DedicatedServerBaseDirectory = C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\assettocorsa\server
DedicatedServerPresetsFolder = C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\assettocorsa\server\presets
DedicatedServerWorkspacesFolder = C:\ACServers

SpeedwiseServerId = 4711
SpeedwiseServerSecret = yourSharedSecret
SpeedwiseHost =
SpeedwisePort = 80


Start the server node as described below and sign in into your speedwise account ( If you configured your machine correctly you can now access your server control dashboard through


# Searches for a speedwise.ini in the current folder.

# or specify the config explicitly
speedwise-node --config-file /path/to/your/speedwise.ini

# optionally specify a preset name (=preset folder name) that should be started automatically on startup
speedwise-node --preset GT3_Spa

# without installing via pip
python -m hgross.speedwise_node
# or
python -m hgross.speedwise_node --config-file /path/to/your/speedwise.ini


Using the binary from 1. Unpack the speedwise-node into a dedicated folder 2. Place your speedwise.ini 3. Make sure you configured your paths and credentials correctly 4. Start speedwise_node.exe by double clicking speedwise_node.exe.

Open ports

You need to configure your firewall/router to forward port 9055 (TCP) to your machine as well as the usual Assetto Corsa ports which you have configured in your presets (server_cfg.ini).


Linux users upgrade through pip: $ pip install --upgrade speedwise-node Windows users have to (re-)download the distribution from Make sure to backup your config file!

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