RUST CCTV Camera Codes List (2021)

RUST CCTV Camera Codes

All RUST CCTV Camera Codes and Monument Locations Updated for 2021.

Functional RUST CCTV cameras were introduced into the game in the Official CCTV Update on March 5th, 2020. This update brought the ability for players to set up their surveillance cameras for use in and around their bases while using a new computer station to monitor and control the feeds.

In addition to allowing players the ability to set up their cameras, numerous CCTVs were installed at specific monuments across the game world. Players can now connect to these monument’s live CCTV camera feeds using unique camera identifier codes with their computer stations.

This RUST CCTV camera code guide covers the following areas:

  1. Understanding the different types of CCTV camera codes
  2. How to set identifier codes for CCTV cameras
  3. How to set computer stations with CCTV cameras
  4. Provide a list of RUST Monument CCTV camera codes and their views

The Different Types of RUST CCTV Identifier Codes

There are two primary types of RUST CCTV identifier codes.

  1. Player Created Identifiers – Created by players, used for base CCTVs, and can be modified.
  2. Encoded Identifiers – Created by Facepunch devs, used for monument CCTVs, and are hardcoded.

How to Set an Identifier Code for a RUST CCTV Camera

Configuring RUST CCTV identifier codes is a straightforward process:

  1. Equip the hammer tool and look at the CCTV camera while holding the E button.
  2. After a moment, an red and white option wheel will appear.
  3. Select the “Set Frequency” option, located on the bottom of the wheel.
  4. Enter a custom, case-sensitive value up to 32 characters long into the input.
  5. Click the Set Identifier button to save the value.
RUST CCTV Option Wheel
RUST CCTV Option Wheel
Set Identifier Input Screen
Set Identifier Input

After a CCTV has been mounted, has electrical power, and has had the identifier set, the Identifier can then be added to the computer station. Note that it is case-sensitive.

How to Set a Computer Station with a RUST CCTV Identifier Code

Configuring a RUST computer station with a RUST CCTV identifier code is a straightforward process:

  1. Mount a computer station by looking at the terminal while holding the E button.
  2. In the lower-left of the screen, type in the case sensitive CCTV camera identifier.
  3. Click on the Add button.
Computer Station Add Identifier
Empty Identifier List
Computer Station Add Identifier List
Identifier List Options

After a successful CCTV identifier has been added, it will appear in a list in the lower left of the screen, while mounted to the computer station. Simply click on the Identifier to view its live feed.

Complete List of RUST CCTV Camera Codes

LocationRUST CCTV Codes
Abandoned CabinsNo identifiers at this time.
Abandoned SupermarketNo identifiers at this time.
Airfield
  • AIRFIELDHELIPAD
Bandit Camp
  • CASINO
  • TOWNWEAPONS
Dome
  • DOME1
  • DOMETOP
Fishing VillageNo identifiers at this time.
Large Fishing VillageNo identifiers at this time.
Harbor 1No identifiers at this time.
Harbor 2No identifiers at this time.
HQM QuarryNo identifiers at this time.
JunkyardNo identifiers at this time.
Large Oil Rig
  • OILRIG2HELI
  • OILRIG2DOCK
  • OILRIG2EXHAUST
  • OILRIG2L1
  • OILRIG2L2
  • OILRIG2L3A
  • OILRIG2L3B
  • OILRIG2L4
  • OILRIG2L5
  • OILRIG2L6A
  • OILRIG2L6B
  • OILRIG2L6C
  • OILRIG2L6D
LighthouseNo identifiers at this time.
Military TunnelsNo identifiers at this time.
Mining OutpostNo identifiers at this time.
Outpost / Compound
  • COMPOUNDSTREET
  • COMPOUNDMUSIC
  • COMPOUNDCRUDE
  • COMPOUNDSTREET
Oxum’s Gas StationNo identifiers at this time.
Satellite DishNo identifiers at this time.
Small Oil Rig
  • OILRIG1HELI
  • OILRIG1DOCK
  • OILRIG1EXHAUST
  • OILRIG1L1
  • OILRIG1L2
  • OILRIG1L3
  • OILRIG1L4
Stone QuarryNo identifiers at this time.
Sulfur QuarryNo identifiers at this time.
TrainyardNo identifiers at this time.
Underwater Labs
  • AUXPOWER****
  • BRIG****
  • CANTINA****
  • CAPTAINQUARTER****
  • CLASSIFIED****
  • CREWQUARTERS****
  • HALLWAY****
  • INFIRMARY****
  • LAB****
  • LOCKERROOM****
  • OPERATIONS****
  • SECURITYHALL****
  • TECHCABINET****
Water Treatment PlantNo identifiers at this time.

Special note for the Underwater Labs CCTV cameras.

The CCTV camera codes for Underwater Labs are procedurally generated. This means that the available CCTV cameras for a given map’s Underwater Lab monuments will depend on what monuments were generated with their seed and map size.

In addition to this, there are four-digit codes randomly generated and appended to each Underwater Lab’s CCTV cameras. To gain access to these randomly generated codes, you will need to access the Underwater Lab’s CCTV Station module, which is found in a keycard locked room. It’s possible for an Underwater Lab to not have one of these.

Frequently asked questions about CCTV Cameras

What are the RUST Camera Codes for?

RUST camera codes are used by players and entered into computer stations to enable live surveillance feeds of the monument-specific codes.

Can RUST CCTV cameras be picked up?

If you equip a hammer, CCTV cameras can be picked up, assuming you also have tool cupboard access.

Can RUST CCTV cameras be destroyed?

The CCTV cameras have 150 hp and can be easily removed with pickaxes and other melee weapons.

How many CCTV identifier codes are there in total?

There are 42 CCTV codes in total, and 13 of which are dynamic due to the Underwater Sealab monuments.

Does the RUST computer station require power?

As of September 2021, the computer station does not require power to operate.

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