Rust – All Computer Station Camera Identifiers (CCTV Codes)

Rust - All Computer Station Camera Identifiers (CCTV Codes)
Rust - All Computer Station Camera Identifiers (CCTV Codes)

This guide provides all of the new CCTV Camera Station Names/Identifiers/Codes that are globally available at most monuments in Rust.

Identifiers

Note: Credit goes to zcog

Dome

  • DOME1
  • DOMETOP

Small Oil Rig

  • OILRIG1DOCK
  • OILRIG1L1
  • OILRIG1L2
  • OILRIG1L3
  • OILRIG1L4
  • OILRIG1HELI

Large Oil Rig

  • OILRIG2DOCK
  • OILRIG2L1
  • OILRIG2L2
  • OILRIG2L3A
  • OILRIG2L3B
  • OILRIG2L4
  • OILRIG2L5
  • OILRIG2L6A
  • OILRIG2L6B
  • OILRIG2L6C
  • OILRIG2L6D
  • OILRIG2HELI
  • OILRIG2EXHAUST

Airfield

  • AIRFIELDHELIPAD

Outpost

  • COMPOUNDSTREET
  • COMPOUNDCRUDE
  • COMPOUNDMUSIC
  • COMPOUNDCHILL

Bandit Camp

  • TOWNWEAPONS
  • CASINO

How to Add Identifiers

Starters

First off to even be able to view these CCTV cameras within the game you will need a Computer Station.

This deployable is a default blueprint but requires a workbench to craft with the following items required.

  • 20 High Quality Metal
  • 1 Targeting Computer
  • 1 Broadcaster
  • 1 Receiver

You can place the Computer Station on any floor tile, and press interact to sit at it.

At the bottom left there is a “Identifier to Add” bar. All you need to do is paste in the IDENTIFIERS I have listed above and you can click through and monitor Rust as much as you want.

Pager Codes

  • Large Oil – 4768 Mhz
  • Small Oil – 4765 Mhz
  • Excavator – 4777 Mhz

FAQ

Rust+ Cameras?

It’s new – it’s in the latest dev blog:

Something that has constantly been requested in Rust+ is the ability to view cameras. I’ve tried a few different solutions to get that working but had nothing that worked good enough until recently. You’ll now be able to add cameras from a paired server in Rust+ and view them from your phone!

This is an alpha release of the feature. I’ll be working on improvements over time but, if there are any issues found, it may be disabled or limited to preserve server stability. Server owners can control this feature using the ‘camerarenderer’ set of convars.

The signal from your cameras has got to travel a long way to get to your phone so everything is low quality but you should be able to make out most things in the world.

All of the new, controllable cameras can also be used from Rust+!

Lamalove

How to play solo (PVE)?

You can running your own private server on the same PC. If you don’t configure your router to allow Rust traffic, you won’t have to worry about anyone else joining. It’s a good way to get used to the game mechanics and/or practice building, and it’s free. You can also configure your router to allow Rust traffic and download a whitelist mod for the server and only allow friends to play.

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My first game was Naughty Dog’s Crash Bandicoot (PlayStation) back in 1996. And since then gaming has been my main hobby. I turned my passion for gaming into a job by starting my first geek blog in 2009. When I’m not working on the site, I play mostly on my PlayStation. But I also love outdoor activities and especially skiing.

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