Gamepanel Explained

This guide explains our game panel and it's many components. See the number of the component and then check the explanatory list below the image for the same number.

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  1. Server Name - This is the name your server will be displayed as in Steam , and the in-game server browser.
  2. Owner - This is the server owner, the bill payer.
  3. Connection Info - This is the IP address and Port number used to direct connect to your server.
  4. Query Info - This is the IP address and Port number used to connect to your server via Steam.
  5. RCON Info - This is the IP address and Port number used to administer your server using RCON (WebRCON or otherwise).
  6. FTP Info - This is the IP address and Port number used to connect to your server via FTP for easy file access.
  7. Server - This is the main server your game server is hosted on.
  8. Status - This shows the current status of your server and the PID code for diagnostic purposes.
  9. Started On - This tells you when your server was last started / restarted.
  10. Start, Restart and Stop Buttons - These buttons allow you to start, stop and restart your server at your discretion.
  11. Server Monitor - This shows live server information for monitoring purposes, allowing you to monitor real-time CPU and RAM usage, Player activity and bandwidth.
  12. Auto Refresh Button - This button allows you to start the Server Monitor's auto-refresh function, or stop it.
  13. Configuration Files - This is where you can perform configuration editing on your server's configuration files
  14. Commandline Manager - This is where you can perform command line changes on your servers command line such as adding additional parameters like a map type.
  15. File Manager - This is where you can access your server's files.
  16. Log Viewer - This is where you can view your server's logs and the activity logs (of actions performed on the server).
  17. Steam Update - This is where you can update your server's game files, or verify your servers game files if you are already running the latest update.
  18. Web Console - This is where you can access a browser based web version of the server's console.
  19. Current Activity and Stats - This is where you can check server information in a more detailed format, you can also produce graphs based on your server information for easier interpretation.
  20. Ban IP addresses - This is where you would enter an IP address you want to ban from your server.
  21. Set amount of RAM - N/A.
  22. Set CPU Priority Level - N/A.
  23. Unban IP addresses - This is where you would enter an IP address you want to unban from your server.
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