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  1. #1
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    Question Statistics of IP-client connections!

    There is a game server running Ubuntu server on which the TeamSpeak server. Where teamspeak server keeps logs of client connections, which specify ip addresses that have been made to connect? What is this file and where is it? Any ideas?

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    Hello

    The last used IP from each client is stored in the client list : Permissions > List All Clients
    (Other way in the server log)

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    thanx! but how i can reach this file in Ubuntu under ssh-console?

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    The log files are in the "logs" folder (server folder).
    Just download it or use e.g. nano to edit it.

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    no... there are no information about client's ip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxback View Post
    no... there are no information about client's ip.
    Client log is activated ?
    Tools > Edit virtual server > "More" button > Log tab

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    no X-server running and no graphical shell on the server. so i can operating only in text-mode

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxback View Post
    no X-server running and no graphical shell on the server. so i can operating only in text-mode
    WHat ?

    I talk about the Tools menu on the Teamspeak client.

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    I need to configure the server. what have the client? the server must be configured logging of user connections. clients had nothing to do with it.

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    and in the client logs tab have inactive all checkboxes

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    I reapeat myself :
    Tools > Edit virtual server > "More" button > Log tab
    check "Client"

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    checkbox Client is inactive!!!
    so i can't check it

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    This is just because the permission to change the log settings is not activated in your server group.
    b_virtualserver_modify_log_settings

    If you can't change it directly on the Permission dialog, use the query command
    Code:
    login serveradmin <password>
    use <serverID> ("or"use port=<virtual server port>)
    servergroupaddperm sgid=<GroupID> permid=9028 permvalue=1 permnegated=0 permskip=0

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    how i can change permission on server? where i must edit and what the file? and what is: serverID, GroupID? please help me!

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    Ok, so before anything else, please

    Read the documentation : TeamSpeak 3 Permissions Guide.txt
    http://www.teamspeak.com/?page=literature

    And look at the tuto section : http://forum.teamspeak.com/forumdisplay.php/119-Video-Tutorials

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