Advanced Configuration


Advanced configuration should not be necessary for most installations/setups. If you think you need to use advanced configuration, please contact support at first.


Environment variables


These are for advanced users. You should not use these unless you have a specific reason to.

You can set the following environment variables to control the CLI's behavior:

  • REMOTEIT_CONFIG_PATH="/path/to/config.json" path to the config file. Note that you can also set this using the -c, --config flag on the CLI to do this.
  • REMOTEIT_HWID="some-hardware-id" the Hardware ID to use to identify this Device.

  • REMOTEIT_VERBOSE=true to turn on verbose mode. Note you can also use the -v, --verbose flag on the CLI to do this.

  • REMOTEIT_DIR="/path/to/remoteit" to configure where related files exist. This is used as a root for things like logs and binaries on some systems, primarily Windows.

  • REMOTEIT_LOG_DIR="/path/to/logs" to configure where logs should be written to.

  • REMOTEIT_BINARY_DIR="/path/to/binaries" to configure where related binaries exist.

  • REMOTEIT_CONNECTD_PATH="/path/to/connectd" to configure where the connectd binary exists.

  • REMOTEIT_MUXER_PATH="/path/to/muxer" to configure where the muxer binary exists.

  • REMOTEIT_DEMUXER_PATH="/path/to/demuxer" to configure where the demuxer binary exists.

  • REMOTEIT_SCHANNEL_PORT=5980 to configure what port SChannel should listen on.

Additionally, you can set these on

  • Raspberry Pi/Linux/Mac/Unix using export VARIABLE="VALUE"

  • Windows using set VARIABLE="VALUE"

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