- Support old Quake rcon and new Darkplaces secure rcon protocols.
- Support both IPv4 and IPv6 connections.
- Bundled console client.
- Well tested, test coverage near 100%.
- Works with python 2.6+, 3.2+.
- execute pip install xrcon
- or run pip install -e git+https://github.com/bacher09/xrcon#egg=xrcon to install development version from github
Using as library:
from xrcon.client import XRcon rcon = XRcon('server', 26000, 'password') rcon.connect() # create socket try: data = rcon.execute('status') # on python3 data would be bytes type finally: rcon.close()
For more info read XRcon docstrings.
Using console client:
$ xrcon -s yourserver:26001 -p password command
If you want use IPv6 address it should be put inside square brackets. For example:
$ xrcon -s [1080:0:0:0:8:800:200C:417A]:26002 -p password status $ xrcon -s [1080:0:0:0:8:800:200C:417B] -p password status
If port is omitted then by default would be used port 26000. You may also change type of rcon, by default would be used secure time based rcon protocol. This protocol works only in Darkplaces based games. For instance:
$ xrcon -s warsowserver:44400 -p password -t 0 status
0 means old (unsecure) quakes rcon, 1 means secure time base rcon, and 2 is secure challenge based rcon protocol.
You may also create ini configuration file in your home directory .xrcon.ini. For example:
[DEFAULT] server = someserver:26000 password = secret type = 1 timeout = 0.9 [other] server = someserver:26001 [another] server = otherserver password = otherpassword type = 0 timeout = 1.2
Then if you wants execute command on this servers just do:
$ xrcon status # for DEFAULT server $ xrcon -n other status # for other server $ xrcon -n another status # for another server
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