Multiplayer Server Commands
it uses custom port which one may easily secure by firewall rules! (RCON cannot be affected by in-game script exploits)
You can access the command line by pressing the chat key ( default: / ).
In the chat input window you can type any of the following commands in and confirm them with the enter key.
You have to add the # character before the command.
The commands can be used in SQF scripts by using serverCommand.
Troubleshooting: All commands are confirmed via a message in the console. If you enter a command that is properly formatted and you see no confirmation of the command then an error has occurred. Check your server log for more information (e.g. one or more of your mission files is corrupt or has an error which prevents the Missions Lobby from loading, or may prevent other commands like #restart or #reassign from executing).
The following commands are available to you once you have connected to a server:
|Log in as the admin. Without password only possible if you are listed as an admin in server.cfg#Server_Options|
|#logout||Admin log out.|
#mission filename difficulty
#mission myDM.intro Veteran
|Select mission with known name and set the difficulty. Difficulty parameter is optional and if not set, current difficulty is kept.|
|#reassign||Start over and reassign roles.|
|#shutdown||Shuts down the server immediately|
|#restartserver||Shuts down and restarts the server immediately (since Arma 3 v1.65.138168)|
|#shutdownserveraftermission||Shuts down the server after mission ends (since Arma 3 1.72.142200)|
|#restartserveraftermission||Shuts down and restarts the server after mission ends (since Arma 3 1.72.142200)|
|#init||Reload server config file loaded by -config option.|
|#exec ban name
#exec ban ID
|#exec ban nickName
#exec ban 47114712
|Allows you to ban a player. Their ID will be added to the ban.txt|
|Allows you to kick a player.|
|#monitor (interval in sec)||#monitor 1||Shows performance information of the server. Interval 0 means to stop monitoring.|
|#monitords (interval in sec)||#monitords 1||Shows performance information in the dedicated server console. Interval 0 means to stop monitoring. (since Arma 3 v1.64)|
|#debug off||#debug off||Disables debugging.|
|#debug (interval in sec)||#debug 30||Default interval is 10 seconds.|
|#debug (command) (param)||#debug checkFile expansion\Dta\ui.pbo
#debug userSent <username>
|The available commands are:|
Each command can be disabled by the use of the off parameter e.g. #debug userSent off
|#debug (command)||#debug von
|The available commands are:
Each of those commands should show a confirmation in the chat channels.
|#exec server side command||Execute administration scripting command.|
|#lock||Locks the server, prevents new clients from joining.|
|#unlock||Unlocks the server, allows new clients to join.|
"#debug von" sample
*** VoN Topology Diagnostics ((*** =Player=: #2 P2PManager: Time: 13:38:48 waiting edges: 0, active negotiations: 0 Matrix: 3056006: #2 #2: 3056006 Cliques: 3056006,#2 Version: 1.60.86277 Private: 192.168.178.21 Connections: 3056006: Direct P2P, 5 KA, snd: 10 sec, rcv: 10 sec, (192.168.178.21:2317) snd=0 rcv=0(0) Repl(-5,0,0) Cliques: 3056006,Unknown =Player=: 3056006 Version: 1.60.86277 Private: 192.168.178.21 Public: 126.96.36.199 Connections: #2: Direct P2P, 5 KA, snd: 10 sec, rcv: 10 sec, (192.168.178.21:2305) snd=0 rcv=0(0) Repl(-5,0,0) Cliques: 3056006,Unknown *** VoN Topology Diagnostics ))***
"#debug (command)" sample
#debug console 1508] Debug: console #debug totalSent  Debug: totalSent  ** Total: sent 1447 bps (2.10 Msgps), received 3788 bps (6.10 Msgps) #debug userSent playerName  Debug: userSent  playerName: sent 1531 bps (2.30 Msgps), received 1259 bps (1.70 Msgps) #debug userInfo playerName  Debug: userInfo  __SERVER__: Info Unknown player ID = 2  playerName: Info ping 0ms( 0, 1) BWfee 286Kb( 3, 204, 3) lost22.2%%( 2) queue 0B( 0) ackWait 0(0.0,0.0) #debug userQueue playerName  Debug: userQueue  __SERVER__: Queue 0 B (0) 0 B Guaranteed (0), Desync 0  playerName: Queue 0 B (0) 222 B Guaranteed (3), Desync 0
|#vote missions||Users can vote for the mission selection.|
|#vote mission (name)||#vote mission myD.intro||Users can vote on a particular mission to loaded.|
|#vote admin (name/ID/PLR#)||#vote admin nickName
#vote admin 47114712
|Users can vote an admin to control the server.|
|#vote kick (name, ID or Player#)||#vote kick nickName
#vote kick 47114712
|Users can vote to kick off an individual.|
|#vote restart||Vote to restart the mission.|
|#vote reassign||Vote to reassign.|
|#userlist||Displays the list of users on the server (use PgUp to scroll up).|
|#beclient players||Displays the list of GUID's of all players on the server.|
|#beclient guid||Show your own GUID.|
In Arma 3 #exec kick and #exec ban commands require quotes (string) for Name, UID or Player#. To do this for the UID or Player#, use format command to turn the user ID into a string.
#exec kick "5" #exec ban "imah4x0r" #exec kick "938679499494"
#kick command can still be used either way:
#kick imah4x0r #kick "imah4x0r"
In case of banning, ban.txt file is created in root Arma 3 directory that contains a list of banned UIDs. To unban a user by UID (UID is the only option) or to clear the ban.txt:
#exec unban "98749837498374" #exec clearbans
2 more diagnostic commands have been added to Arma 3:
Also new in Arma 3: