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Thread: Yet another router based problem
08-03-2005, 20:37 #1-= TeamSpeak User =-
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Yet another router based problem
It seems lots of people have problems with routers and TS servers. And i'm one of them.
Ok so heres my setup:
2 computers wired to the router
On one of the wired computers is the TS server.
Now I set it all up correctly, turned off the software firewall (norton) to make sure, set up port forwarding on my router (Belkin) using a guide I found on portforward.com and then messed around some more and even just plain disabled my routers firewall.
Yet STILL only people from inside the network can connect. I have had various people try to, most of the time it just says that the server doesn't exsist or isn't running TS, and one time it said that there was a socket error 1140 or something like that.
Pinging my ip however does get a reply (not sure if this would be the case normally or not just thought anything helps)
So what else can i do
Thanks for any help.
09-03-2005, 07:41 #2-= TeamSpeak Guru =-
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1) Have you gone through the FAQ ("no reply" "not all can connect",...) ?
2) Concerning the socket error, I bet you'll find lot of info by using the search function.
3) A ping only shows you if the IP interface is answering, but it will not tell you if the portforwarding was setup successfull. A good test is to let your buddies connect to other TS servers. If they are able to connect, the problem lies within your configuration (port forwarding, firewall,...).
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