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Every Garry's Mod Server needs a server to run on, to do calculations and what not.
- Setting up Filezilla Start Filezilla and press Edit - Settings In the left menu, choose SFTP, press Add key and choose the private key you have generated by Putty tools. Press File - Site Manager On the new Site Manage manu press new site and enter the desired name for it.
- FiveM game server hosting - ZAP-Hosting.com FiveM is a modification for a popular Open World game, which allows you to play on dedicated servers. This allows you to define your multiplayer experience by configuring as you want it.
There are two different ways to get a server.
The first way is to rent a server online. The second way is to host the server locally on your PC. We strongly recommend the first option, as online servers are quite cheap, easy-to-install, usually more powerful than your PC and you could run into some security issues when hosting the server on your PC, because you have to open a port, so others can join your server.
Option 1: Rent a server (Recommended)
There are a lot of hosters all around the web. It pretty much comes down to preference and price, when deciding which to choose.
There are more well-known options like zap-hosting.com or g-portal.com, but generally everything goes. This tool might help you choose a hoster: hostpicker.net
We were personally satisfied with zap-hosting.com for it's relatively cheap prices and easy-to-use user interface, which makes updating configs and changing gamemodes very easy.
After renting a gmod server, the server should usually be up within a few minutes. Almost all hosters provide you with a online dashboard to view and control your server.
Option 2: Host the server on your PC
Eventhough this option is far from recommended for live use, it can save you a bit of money to host the server on your PC, while you are setting everything up. You should however switch to a rented server before opening your doors for the masses.
- Create a folder for SteamCMD. (For example:
- Download SteamCMD for Windows: https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/client/installer/steamcmd.zip
- Extract the contents of the zip to the folder.
- Open a Command Prompt and start SteamCMD by typing cd C:steamcmd and then steamcmd
- Now, log in to SteamCMD using login anonymous
- Now set an installation directory for the gmod server,
type force_install_dir .my_starwarsrp_server
- Next up, download the gmod server files with app_update 4020
- Quickly validate the downloaded files app_update 4020 validate
- The Installation is complete, just type quit
- Now, just go to your server files (
C:steamcmdmy_starwarsrp_server) and create a new file called
- Paste in the following code :
Below you find a step by step guide, if you prefer you can watch our How Do I Connect to a Server Using FileZilla/FileZilla Pro video tutorial.
First you need to connect to a remote server.
FileZilla/FileZilla Pro provides a number of different ways to connect to a remote server. You can:
- Use the QuickConnect bar (only to FTP, FTPS, SFTP, S3 connections and for all the other protocols use the Site Manager).
- Open the Site Manager and create a new site listing.
- Import a Transfer Queue from a previous session (see Import a Transfer Queue)
Connecting to a server via the QuickConnect bar
You can typically find the QuickConnect bar at the top of the main window, underneath the toolbar.
Note: Only the last 10 connections created via the QuickConnect bar will be saved for future use. To save a connection in the Site Manager once it’s made, see Save current connection to Site Manager in the next paragraph.
- Enter the address in the Host field.
- Enter your user ID for the connection in the Username field.
- Enter your password in the Password field.
- If required, enter a port number in the Port field.
- Click on Quickconnect.
If the connection requires FTP, you don’t need to include a protocol – just enter the address in IP (eg. 192.0.2.0) or in hostname format (eg. server.example.com) format. If the connection requires a different protocol, include it in the address –eg. ftps://192.0.2.0 or s3://server14.amazonaws.com.
Save current connection to Site Manager
If you connected to a remote server via the QuickConnect bar or by importing a previous Transfer Queue, you may want to save the connection details for future use.
- In the menu bar, click on File > Copy current connection to Site Manager….
- Enter a name for the connection.
- Click on OK.
Connecting to a new FTP, SFTP, or FPTS server via the Site Manager
Before connecting to a remote server, you’ll need some connection information:
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- The protocol that the server uses. This will often be FTP if you’re creating a standard website. See Protocols Supported by FileZilla and Protocols Supported by FileZilla Pro.
- The address of the server, and its port number if it uses a non-standard one.
- Your user ID for the server. This might be different to your usual login for the site.
Some servers won’t require a login, and will instead allow an anonymous connection
(typically for downloads).
- If you have a user ID, your password for the server. Like your user ID, this might be different to your usual password for the site.
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- In the menu bar, click on File > Site Manager….
- Click on New Site.
- Enter a name for the new server. This is solely for display, so pick something that will remind you which server it represents.
- Select a protocol from the Protocol drop down list. If the server uses FTPS, select FTP.
- Enter the address for the server in the Host field. This can be in IP address format
(eg. 192.0.2.0) or in hostname format (eg. server.example.com) format.
- If required, enter a port number in the Port field.
- If the server requires FTPS, select Use explicit FTP over TLSif available from the Encryption drop down list. If the server does not support FTPS select Only use plain FTP (insecure). However with this option all the data, including the credentials, is transferredin clear text.
- Select a login method from the Login Type drop down list. Typically this will be Normal or Anonymous.
- If required, enter your user ID and password in the User and Password fields.
- Click on OK to save the server connection details, or Connect to save the server and connect to it.
The video tutorial below shows how to use Site Manager and how to organize the server connections.
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