Works fine, see bottom of post for details
3/8/2010 5:22:08 AM: CONNECTING TO SERVER: 184.108.40.206:9002
3/8/2010 5:22:10 AM: SERVER CONNECT. HOST: Crysis Dedicated Server
3/8/2010 5:22:10 AM: MAP LOADED: multiplayer/ps/shore
3/8/2010 5:22:12 AM: ACTIVE: Another gamserver
3/8/2010 5:22:12 AM: SERVER LOGFILE: Reading disabled
g_useProfile = 1Details
r_ShadersAsyncCompiling = 1
r_driver = "DX9"
sv_levelrotation = "levelrotation.xml"
sv_servername = "Another gamserver"
sv_port = 64087
rcon_password=something //this is wrong
sv_cheatprotection = 3
sv_ranked = 1
g_timelimit = 25
g_minteamlimit = 1
g_revivetime = 15
g_autoteambalance = 1
g_tk_punish = 1
g_tk_punish_limit = 10
log_verbosity = 1
log_fileverbosity = 3
For those expecting a website to appear @ http://YourIP:9002
This is not the case.
The command http_startserver opens an XMLRPC port on the server to accept requests from.
The protocol is called, CryHttp.
If your server is setup properly you should recieve
HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request
When browsing to it in your web browser.
The protocol is used to send and receive chunks of information to and from that port via UDP
You can verify the status by querying your server athttp://gggeek.raprap.it/debugger/
provide IP, http server port, and change debug to yes. click execute.
If I am mistaken about all of this please let me know, but everything seems to be working on my end, I am able to see who's online, current map, kick players, send messages to the server, etc via this protocol.
Those looking to do the same I recommend http://www.crymod.com/thread.php?threadid=17684
Which utilizes the method, see my post http://www.crymod.com/thread.php?postid ... post669753
Keep in mind since the dedicated server is on a remote system you wont be able to provide the location of the server logs, or configs which will allow for ping monitoring, permabans, etc. With out setting up an automated download of the server log.
I am currently working on a php class to provide the web based functionality of RConnect, but so far I am not having any luck.