- Importing an Existing Config
- Using Beacon with Ark Single Player
- Updating Your Nitrado Server
- Updating Your Server With FTP
- Updating Your Server Manually
- Ark Config File Reference
- The Difference Between Deploy and Export
- Using Config Sets
- Using Presets to Automate Item Set Creation
- Adding Unsupported Engrams, Creatures, or Spawn Points to Beacon
- Breeding Multipliers
- Crafting Costs
- Creature Adjustments
- Creature Spawns
- Custom Config
- Day and Night Cycle
- Decay and Spoil
- Engram Control
- Harvest Rates
- Item Stat Limits
- Levels and XP
- Loot Drops
- Stack Sizes
- Stat Multipliers
- Create or Recover Your Account
- Sign Into Beacon
- Activating Beacon Omni
- Sharing Beacon Documents with Other Users
- About User Privacy
- Item Quality Is Different Than Expected
- Loot Drops Are Not Working As Intended
- How to Stop Using the Custom Config Editor
- Solving Connection Problems to Beacon or Nitrado
- Beacon System Status
Updating Your Server With FTP
Your changes have been made and it's time to get them to your server. Here's how to do it using Beacon's FTP deploy option.
If your server supports FTP (File Transfer Protocol) then Beacon can connect to your server and make changes for you. Beacon supports password-based FTP, FTP with TLS/SSL, and SFTP.
Using FTP to update your server does not affect command line options, and can not start, stop, or restart your server.
1. Stop the Servers That Will Be Updated
Use your host's control panel to stop the server completely before continuing to the next step.
2. Click the Deploy Button
If your deploy button is disabled, you need to first link your server to your file. See Importing an Existing Config for more details.
3. Choose Servers to be Updated
4. Press Begin
Beacon will download your current Game.ini and GameUserSettings.ini files and make changes while preserving the rest of their contents.
5. Start Your Servers
When Beacon is finished, you're ready to start your servers back up again.