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There are hundreds in integrations available on IFTTT allowing you to send alerts in all sorts of different ways to various services and devices.

Setup IFTTT Webhook

To enable IFTTT you will need to setup a Webhooks integration.

  1. Login and connect the Webhooks intergration

  2. Select Documentation to get your IFTTT API key.

  3. Paste the API key in to LinuxGSM settings.

# IFTTT Alerts | https://github.com/GameServerManagers/LinuxGSM/wiki/IFTTT
iftttalert="off"
ifttttoken="e-Yg8blVGDA15ewWvtZjUe"
iftttevent=""

Create an IFTTT event name

An event name is a word used to trigger IFTTT event. This word is used when setting up an applet and can be any word you choose.

# IFTTT Alerts | https://github.com/GameServerManagers/LinuxGSM/wiki/IFTTT
iftttalert="off"
ifttttoken="e-Yg8blVGDA15ewWvtZjUe"
iftttevent="linuxgsm_alert"

Values

IFTTT allows 3 different values to be sent using the webhook; Value1, Value2 and Value3. LinuxGSM sends different data for each value as listed below.

  • Value1: Sends the servicename of the server e.g csgoserver

  • Value2: Sends an alert subject e.g Alert - csgoserver - Test

  • Value3: Sends an alert summary message.

Testing LinuxGSM Alert. No action to be taken.
Game Squad
Server name LinuxGSM Server 1
Hostname ubuntu.example.com
Server IP 1.2.3.4:27015

How to create an applet

  1. Create a New applet

  2. Select the Webhooks service

  3. Choose Receive a web request

  4. Enter your Event Name and click Create Trigger

  5. Select an action service.

  6. Give the applet a name and save.