List of Call of Duty Commands to Be Used in Console

December 2017



Here is a list of commands that you can use during a multiplayer session of Call of Duty. They can be used directly through the console if you have the option enabled in your game settings.

Call of Duty Commands for In-Console Use

/serverinfo shows the server settings and configurations.

/map [map name] will load the chosen map.


/map_rotate will load the next map of the rotation. This is set in the 'sv_maprotation' file on your server.

/map_restart will restart the current map.

/fast_restart will restart the current map, just like /map_restart, but is much faster as it will not load the map again. It will just restart the map.

/status shows information about the connected players. This includes the client ID, score, ping, GUID, name, and IP address.

/tell [player id] will display a message to a specific player. The ID can be found with the /status command.

/clientkick [player id] will remove a given player from the server.

/banClient [player id] will ban a given player. The player's GUID will be added to ban.txt.

/tempBanClient [player id] will temporarily ban a player using the player's ID. The length of a temporary ban can be changed in the server configuration file.

/tempBanUser [player name] will temporary ban a player using the player's name.

/unbanUser [player name] will remove a ban from a given user. If the player's name appears more than once in ban.txt, you can edit the file and remove the banned player manually.

/dumpuser [player name] will give information about the player.

/killserver will shut your server down.

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