Farming simulator 2013 allows plays to run their own dedicated server only if you purchase a DLC package for $14. It also only runs and is supported on Windows platform.
You can purchase the software from http://www.farming-simulator.com/dlc-detail-fs13-ds.php?lang=en
Also you need a copy of the game to put on the server. It also must be a Non Steam version of the game. Like most people if you used steam you will need to purchase a copy of the game and install it on the server directly from the site before installing the dedicated part.
Alternatively you can just use a host like gameservers.com to host your dedicated server and while there is a fee to host on the server platform you do not need to purchase the software to do it. If you do not have server resources or the network requirements to run farming simulator 2013 dedicated server I would recommend you take that path.
Default Ports: 10823
After you have purchased the farming simulator 2013 dedicated server software you need download the .ZIP file
Extract the file using 7zip or another program.
Next we need to allow Port 8080 through the windows firewall. This is the management port for web management of Farming Simulator 2013 dedicated server.
Click Start and in the search area type “Windows Firewall” . Allow TCP port 8080 for both inbound and outbound. Also add Port 10823 as allowed inbound and outbound. 10823 is used for game communication with clients.
Inside the previously extracted folder you will find a dedicatedserver.exe and a dedicatedserver.xml file.
Open the .XML file with notepad and copy down the username and password.
Double click the dedicatedserver.exe file and a black command windows should show up as in Figure 2
Open a web browser on the server and enter the following: http://127.0.0.1:8080
Or if you have a public IP address on the server you can enter that with the :8080 after it.
Log in with the credentials found in the .XML
Browse your computer to the game location. Inside the farmingsimulator2013 folder you will find game.xml file. Open it with notepad and scroll though it until you see the following
Make Sure you set it to true and save the file
You can now access the games command console using the ~ key while in game.
|enableFramerateLimit||Enable/disable frame per second limiter|
|exit, quit or q||Quits application|
|framerateLimitFPS||Frame per second limit attribute|
|globalCullOverride||Global cull override. If true no visibility culling is used.|
|listEntities||Print detailed entity list|
|listResources||Print detailed resource list|
|parallelRenderingAndPhysics||Enable parallel rendering and physics|
|reload||Reloads resource with given name|
|reloadAll||Reload all resources with given type|
|showDebugAudioSource||Show debug audio sources|
|showDebugLightSources||Show debug lights|
|showDebugRendering||Show debug rendering. Global switch for all debug rendering.|
|showFps||Show frames per second|
|showShapeBoundingVolume||Show shape bounding volumes|
|showTransformGroupFrames||Show debug transform group frames|
|sortGeometry||Sort render queue by material sort id|
|gsStartFieldAuction||Starts a new field auction|
|gsSetDayTime||Sets the day time in hours|
|gsCheatMoney||Add a lot of money|
|gsCheatSilo||Add silo amount|
|gsCheatFeedingTrough||Add grass to feeding through|
|gsAddBale||Adds a bale|
|gsActivateCameraPath||Activate camera path|
|gsCheatMoney||Add a lot of money|
|gsStartIngameMission||Starts a new ingame mission|
|gsAutoSave||Enables/disables auto save|
|gsAutoSaveInterval||Sets the auto save interval|
|gsToggleShowNetworkTraffic||Toggle network traffic visualization|
|gsToggleNetworkDebug||Toggle network debugging|
|gsToggleFlightAndNoHUDMode||Enables/disables the flight (J) and no HUD (O) toggle keys|
|gsVehicleToggleDebugRendering||Toggles the debug rendering of the vehicles|
|gsVehicleReloadFromXML||Reload xml of current vehicle|
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