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Looking for a server list application without the bugs? With this application, seamlessly view and display your game server information. Application queries the servers to get information such as server name, player info, map and much more. It provides easy and clean access to all you server info just like Gametracker but directly on your own website.

Features:

Demo: http://davidsaji.site.nfoservers.com/dev_ips/index.php?/servers/. If you go to https://gflclan.com/index.php?app=gflcore you can see an older version.

This is just the start for this application and myself, as you see from https://gflclan.com/donate/, there is also a steam donations application that integrates seamlessly with this servers application which I will be releasing soon as well. Keep me followed and if you have any issues message me on steam https://steamcommunity.com/id/devu4/or use the support topic.

Requirements

Supported Game Servers

List format: Game Name (Protocol(1)) - Relevant notes or information

Supported Voice Servers

Don't see your game/voice server on the list? Many servers work on the same protocols, therefore it is likely they will work. This is explained in the Installation Guide below.

Installation Guide

Install the application via the admin control panel's applications section. Then follow the sections below to setup your servers.

Add Locations

Each server has a location to indicate where the server is located. To add locations simple go to the Locations section in Server's Admin Panel. Click Create New to add your own Locations. By default, US has been added but you can choose to delete or edit it as you wish. 

Add Games

To add a game, go to the Games section in admincp. You can add your own games using create new button. By default CSGO has been added.

When adding a new game, you need to provide a name, protocol and icon. A list of protocols is shown and you would use the correct one for the game. For example, To add Minecraft as a game, I would choose the Minecraft protocol. Don't see your game/voice server on the list? Many servers work on the same protocols, therefore it is still likely they will work. This is explained further in the next section. 

Adding Unsupported Games

If you want to try add a game but it does not have a supported protocol within the add Games form then you can use a similar game engine's protocol. For example, if I wanted to add Half Life 1, it isn't in the supported list. However as it is a GoldSrc game, I can use the Counter Strike 1.6 protocol and it will still work. If it was a Source Game then I would use CSGO.

Add Servers

Once you have your Games and Locations set up, you can then proceed to adding your servers. Use the Servers section in AdminCP to do this.

Simple add the server IP and port then choose the appropriate game and location for the server from the dropdown menu. Once saved, the server should show the information in Server's section on front-end. If for some reason the stats are not being pulled. Make sure it doesn't need a query port which is needed for some games (When adding servers always check the "Supported Games" section to identify any notes you need to make. For example, when adding Teamspeak 3 server, the notes says that you may have to use a query port of 10011). Always try without a query port before adding the said query port.

If you require any further support add me on Steam: https://steamcommunity.com/id/devu4/

pon, 17 czerwiec 2019