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Thread: The used ports and how?
28-03-2004, 15:39 #1hannotje Guest
The used ports and how?
Hello, i am working at freewebhosting and gameserver hosting, im working first at a server for teamspeak.
I have a 4 poorts router of belkin.
How do i open the ports?
and witch poorts?
I dont know how that system works 100%
Can someone help me with this?
I can connect to the server true local
[16:09:46] Connecting to 126.96.36.199
[16:09:50] No reply from server
Maybe the server is offline
or maybe teamspeak is not running on it
If i look at ip's it shows my LAN ip (192.186 blablabla)
and my WAN (internet) ip (See error msg above here)
Does someone of you, or the administrators of TeamSpeak know how to do that?
You can ask me questions too, if you have problems.
28-03-2004, 18:55 #2-= TeamSpeak Guru =-
- Join Date
- Aug 2002
1) The ports TS requires are mentioned in the FAQ.
2) The router manual will tell you how to setup a port forwarding.
3) Using the WAN IP to connect within a LAN to servers is usually not a good idea as many routers can not handle LAN redirects. So users within the LAN, should only use the LAN IP.
02-04-2004, 03:44 #3-= TeamSpeak Lover =-
- Join Date
- Feb 2004
- Flint, MI , U.S.A.
I have a network everywhere router NR041
and i can connect to my server through the wan ip as a matter of fact when i do ppl tell me that is makes the server less choppy (Laggy)
but this is not the case for all routers but you'll never know untill you try no as far as setting up the ports you should have some sort of web interface page to do all your setting i would assume since i don't have a belkin router and this isn't a router forum i really wouldn't know
but any way you should be alble to access this page by typing in your address bar on IE or netscape
then it will ask you for login name and password
if you have never done this the default setting is usualy
just a password that is
then you should have a portforwarding tab some where on that page either on the first or second page
or advanced setup
i realy can't tell you anything more than that but set port to 8767 and make sure it is a udp and enable it
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