I really tried to find something about the matter, but I couldn’t find any topic about DYNAMIC IP.
The point is that a live in a portion of the World where fixed IP are pricey, really expensive.
That’s why I use, with success solutions of dynamic IP to host game servers in my computer.
The question is that I didn’t find a way to implement such possibility at Rust Experimental Server.
I tried the following line in my ‘.bat’ :
Start /high RustDedicated.exe -batchmode +server.hostname “MyserverGoeshere” +server.port 26200 +server.identity “hereistheid” +server.seed 183123 +server.maxplayers 500 +server.secure “true” +server.saveinterval 60 +server.ip “xx3000.ddns.net” +rcon.port 26201 +rcon.password “lalala”
The problem is that the command (+server.ip “xx3000.ddns.net”) is causing an error at the command prompt that states:
“FormatException: An invalid IP address was specified”
I guess the command does not accept domains, only the IP itself.
So, my questions are:
a) Is there a way to use domains instead the IP?
b) Is there another way I could use a dynamic IP?
c) The programmers have in their list such possibility in the future?
Thanks for the help.