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10-04-2005, 12:30 #1DOMINATION Guest
The Auto Teamspeak Project goes Public soon!
The Auto Teamspeak Project soon goes public. I have tried to contact TS sales to see if they would like to offer this to their Authorized sellers but no response. I have found out that it takes them up to 6 months (experience) to respond to a sales question or support question. I want to give you all some insight of the whole project. The best way is just showing yall the email I sent. It explains the process the best. Registering has been taken offline since this is somewhat a public announcement. Many of the links have been disabled as well. Heres the email:
Hi, I am Wesley Geddes,
I am part of the ColdFusion Developers Network and do many of the Federal Contracts here in the US for internet security and web development. I am a certified Master ColdFusion developer and a search engine markerting expert so promotion is not the problem.
I have created a system which does what many hosting companies already offer, but mine does it a little bit different.
Before we start, I have created the site to look exactly like goteamspeak.com. The site has had NO PROMOTION because of copyright laws and such. The site only looks like yalls because I wanted to maybe form a partnership with goteamspeak.com. If not, I shall change the template to a more profession business template and promote the site myself. I figure you all would like to offer this to the people who pay to offer teamspeak as a hosting service. I have a great deal setup for you all so if you are intrested, let me know. Soon we will have a video tour of some sort. Until then, a brief description is below and attached is a graphic that somewhat explains a little bit of the process in a more technical view. The temporary site address is: http://www.completecreations.com/autots
The site lets hosting companies create an account and store their information such as superadmin, and telnet port. They can then create instances for that server such as....
20 man server
- 20 men
- Only allow 25.9 Codec
-Must be private
-Every option is available for you to configure.
After they create this instance, they save it and click "Generate Form"
An HTML form is generated and then the code is shown. They copy and paste this code into their site, and thats it.
After someone purchases a teamspeak from that host and is taken to the setup (my html form), they hit Create Server,
The form is submitted to http://www.completecreations.com/aut...fkjewrngf0o8u4 (the r= is the instance on their account.) The site then pulls up their records and the server instance which the r= matches, checks to make sure that the person ordering the site is coming from the hosting companies site, then logs into the server through telnet, and creates the server with all the options set by the hosting company and the custom name, welcome message, and password set by the customer, a welcome email is sent out with the hosting companies name on it and email address by us with all their TS info for their server, then the user is sent back to the website that the hosting company has specified in their account through autoteamspeak.com. All this happends in about 1-3 seconds.
The Auto Teamspeak Project's Security:
Since We do write Internet Security for Federal contracts we are highly trained with internet security.
The autoteamspeak site is 128 bit ssl
All data that is stored is stored at 256 bit NSA approved encryption
When a server is setup, the request must come from the site specified in the master account, oitherwise it will be denied.
Thanks guys, and let me know something, I would like to go over the process in more detail. What you were shown here is only a fraction of the features offered at The Auto Teamspeak Project.
What I am looking for from the Teamspeak Community is ideas, features, input. To kinda get minds turning........If your idea is used, we will give you a lifetime unlimited membership free, so we are trying to make this service as successful as possible. Just like it was said a long time ago........
"A service for the people, by the people."
Wesley Geddes aka DOMINATION
10-04-2005, 13:40 #2-= TeamSpeak Team =-
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- Jul 2002
1. Don't crosspost your messages, find the appropriate place for your post and post it ONCE.
2. After quickly scanning your post it seems to me that people need to trust you so far as to give you their superadmin password so you are able to create the server for them. Without wanting to be disrespectful to you or the "Coldfusion Developers Network", I wouldn't advise anybody to send around their superadmin passwords to people they don't know and trust. The security you mention will not help at all if you yourself want to abuse the passwords that were given to you.You think my answer is stupid ? Read This:
In a world without fences and walls - who needs windows and gates ?
10-04-2005, 21:26 #3-= TeamSpeak User =-
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- Jan 2005
replyOriginally Posted by pwk.linuxfan
yeah peter, nice answhere i agree you totally
11-04-2005, 01:41 #4DOMINATION GuestOriginally Posted by pwk.linuxfan
11-04-2005, 03:36 #5-= TeamSpeak User =-
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- Jan 2005
I wrote something similar for teamspeak hosts in PHP... except they can buy the script and use it on there sites automation of clients, checks subscriptions and everything and stops server if payment isnt recieved.
11-04-2005, 06:02 #6DOMINATION Guest
I was thinking that route but ColdFusion isnt really hosted by many servers so I couldnt. But for the people that have wrote this in other languages, a praise goes goes out to you all for tcp/ip and api are one of the hardest programming interfaces faced these days.
11-04-2005, 06:38 #7-= TeamSpeak Fanatic =-
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- Jan 2003
That's a long description. From what I understand you're offering some kind of "Confixx for TS2" that is running on a remote system. An interesting project, are there many people interested?
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