You need to have Docker/Podman installed to run a rustdesk-server as a Docker container, if in doubt install Docker with this guide to ensure its the most up to date!
hbbs listens on 21115 (TCP), 21116 (TCP/UDP) and 21118 (TCP),
hbbr listens on 21117 (TCP) and 21119 (TCP). Be sure to open these ports in the firewall. Please note that 21116 should be enabled both for TCP and UDP. 21115 is used for the NAT type test, 21116/UDP is used for the ID registration and heartbeat service, 21116/TCP is used for TCP hole punching and connection service, 21117 is used for the Relay services, and 21118 and 21119 are used to support web clients. If you do not need web client (21118, 21119) support, the corresponding ports can be disabled.
sudo docker image pull rustdesk/rustdesk-server sudo docker run --name hbbs -v `pwd`:/root -td --net=host rustdesk/rustdesk-server hbbs -r <relay-server-ip[:port]> sudo docker run --name hbbr -v `pwd`:/root -td --net=host rustdesk/rustdesk-server hbbr
--net=host only works on Linux, which makes
hbbr see the real incoming IP Address rather than the Container IP (172.17.0.1).
--net=host works fine, the
-p options are not used. If on Windows, leave out
--net=host if you are having connection problems on your platform.
If you can not see logs with
-td, you can see logs via
docker logs hbbs. Or you can run with
hbbs/hbbr will not run as daemon mode.
For running the Docker files with the
docker-compose.yml as described here you need to have Docker Compose installed.
version: '3' services: hbbs: container_name: hbbs image: rustdesk/rustdesk-server:latest command: hbbs volumes: - ./data:/root network_mode: "host" depends_on: - hbbr restart: unless-stopped hbbr: container_name: hbbr image: rustdesk/rustdesk-server:latest command: hbbr volumes: - ./data:/root network_mode: "host" restart: unless-stopped