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  1. #1
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    Teamspeak 3 Server Ports

    Hallo,

    Does anyone know what the TS3 Default Server Ports will be, ex, TCP, UDP, are they still 51234 & 14534?

    Danke

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    The default server port (udp) is 9987; but you will be able to set another port as default.

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    Per default, the TS3 server creates a virtual voice server on port 9987 (UDP). The ServerQuery is listening on port 10011 (TCP) and file transfers will use port 30033 (TCP)...

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    ScP,

    Any ideas on what the web admin port will be?

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    There won't be a web admin port as everything can be done with the serverquery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScP View Post
    Per default, the TS3 server creates a virtual voice server on port 9987 (UDP). The ServerQuery is listening on port 10011 (TCP) and file transfers will use port 30033 (TCP)...
    So when setting up with web host company is it correct to ask for

    UDP Port 9987 inbound
    TCP Port 10011 inbound
    TCP Port 30033 inbound

    ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScP View Post
    Per default, the TS3 server creates a virtual voice server on port 9987 (UDP). The ServerQuery is listening on port 10011 (TCP) and file transfers will use port 30033 (TCP)...
    Will server owners be able to modify the ServerQuery and file transfer ports?

    If the file transfer port isn't open, will the server still function without the file transfer functionality?

    Does the ServerQuery port need to be open to administrate the server from the TS3 client?

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    Ive been having a couple headaches with this

    Ive got TS3 server running on a spare pc on the network

    if i do local ip on my machine , it works fine

    i tried setting the 3 ports 9987 / 10011 / 30033

    i then tried connecting using my public ip

    it doesnt work

    BUT , if i put the server computer in the DMZ

    i can connect to it

    ive done port tests via friends and cant connect with just port forwarding

    it only seems to work if i put it in the dmz .....

    any ideas ?

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    it now no longer works with the dmz

    ive tried checknig the ports

    port 10011 works fine

    port 30033 works fine

    port 9987 doesnt =[

    theres no firewall blocking it

    and as ive said , both port forwarding and using the DMZ dont work

    im running out of idears

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    I have exactly the same problem. I have a linuxbox on my lan, can connect from within the lan but not from the outside. I think i've got the port forwarding correct (i've forwarded the ports you mention).
    Are there any other ports that need to be forwarded?

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    I have the same problems as jafinkisauras. I've forwarded all the ports (my custom 9999, 10011, and 30033 and I still can't get connections outside my network. Inside the network works fine and under VPN works too but other than that no one can connect.

    I even tried with an Ubuntu Desktop 9.10 machine and no one outside the network can connect.

    I've even called my ISP and they said they're not blocking anything, so this is my last option...HELP?

    EDIT: MY ISP WAS BLOCKING AND PEOPLE CAN CONNECT FINE NOW. So for future reference you might have to contact your ISP.
    Last edited by samx6633; 26-02-2010 at 22:36.

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    Hi samx6633,

    I've the same problem and my ISP is blocking my way out. I've heard that the ISP has to open an UDP Port (whatever this is) so that I can connect to the outside. Any idea which number this Port has, that the ISP has to unblock/open for me ?

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    Lightbulb RE: TeamSpeak 3 Server Ports

    You will have to tell your ISP to open up the following ports:

    UDP: 9987
    TCP: 10011
    TCP: 30033

    Don't forget to forward them in your router as well, or put you computer in the DMZ.

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    If you are hosting the server on your own network you will not be able to use your Public IP to connect due to your router, you will need to use your local IP IE: 192.168.1.5 or what ever your router assigned to the machine that is hosting the TS server or the local loopback IP 127.0.0.1 if the server is being hosted from the same pc you are using the client... anyone outside your home network will be able to use your public IP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pssuchko View Post
    You will have to tell your ISP to open up the following ports:

    UDP: 9987
    TCP: 10011
    TCP: 30033

    Don't forget to forward them in your router as well, or put you computer in the DMZ.
    NEVER set your computer as a DMZ host. that opens ALL ports to your machine and leaves you vulnerable to virtually every attack known

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