Using the API
RPort comes with a Restful API that enabled you to integrate RPort into your projects.
To use the API, you must get your personal API token. A token belongs to a user, and all user-rights (or limits) are applied to each transaction executed with the token.
From the settings menu in the top-right corner, select "API Token". Generate a new token. The token is displayed only once. If you lose the token, it can't be recovered. So store the token in a safe place.
API Token generation
If you have command and/or scripts enabled on your clients, the API token can become very powerful. 🔥Taking full control over one or all clients might be possible with an API token.
- Store the token safely.
- Never communicate with the API without encryption (HTTPs).
- Delete tokens that are not used anymore.
The base URL of the API is
https://<server-domain>/api/v1. You must use HTTP basic authentication using your username and the API token as password.
Test the API connection by fetching the server status. Example:
curl -u john:740df110-8b06-4071-90c1-13645a023a85 \
You can read the API documentation online, nicely rendered via Swagger, here. Alternatively, will find the full API documentation (raw swagger file) on our GitHub repository.