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20-01-2003, 04:06 #1ecfulle Guest
Help pls ... server on RedHat 8.0
Hi everyone... I'm running two machines. One with Xp and the other with RH Linux 8.0. They are behind a linksys router. I use DMZ hosting function to forward my IP to the XP or RH box depending on how I need things...
Having said that I can host t/s server on the XP box (dmz forwarding my external address to the XP box) perfectly fine with my friends able to connect.
I can successfully start, configure, stop, etc. t/s server on the RH box just fine. And from the XP box I can connect my linux box by putting in the external ip like others would (when dmz forwarding my external address to the RH box). Others cannot. I can't figure out why. As best I can tell t/s uses port 14534 for the admin configuration. But for others to connect it uses port 8767. Is this correct? Why can I connect and others can't?
I want to host t/s server on the Linux machine.
20-01-2003, 11:24 #2-= TeamSpeak Team =-
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Servers need to be available. So you need to forward port 8767 udp and the web tcp port to your server on your router.
The clients dont need portforwarding
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