Allows you to set IP address specific RCON passwords (For things like TF2Lobby or other custom matchmaking systems), useful if you want to give access to someone, but don't want them to share the password with everyone else too allowing full control. You should still use some kind of rcon command limiting system if you are using it like that.
sm_rconhelper_version - Shows version
Requires SM RCon
for the OnAuth hook. This also means that the web compiler will not work.
- Add in a 'reload' command (Will be done after this is posted)
- Clean up the checks, possibly use a trie to store the secondary trie of values.
I've been using this for a couple months to run a TF2 Match server that allows TF2Lobby matches to be played on it without exposing the real rcon password and opening the server up to griefers (They cannot use the rcon password since it is limited to one address). Let me know if there's any problems with it