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  1. #1
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    Error failed to connect

    Well, apparently I'm doing something wrong. I'm trying to connect to my teamspeak 3 server through my external ip address. I have port-forwarded like I'm supposed to, and the stuff with the firewall. Also, I don't know how to change the ip address to the DNS thing. Thanks.

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    Hello

    On all routers (almost) you can't use your EXTERNAL IP to return on your local network (behind the router).
    Can you connect with the local IP (127.0.0.1 or e.g. 192.168.x.x) ?

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    I think the problem is portforawding on my router. When I go to canyouseeme.com and I type in the ports, it says connection timed out. Yes I can connect through that. I'm wanting to know how to make the Ip thing into the tsdns thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madapointo
    When I go to canyouseeme.com and I type in the ports, it says connection timed out
    It's normal. this tool check a port using the TCP protocol. But the voice port use the UDP protocol

    SO if you can connect using the local IP, and if the port is correctly forwarded on your router, your firends can connect (using your EXTERNAL IP)

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    Ok, so now I need the ini file..I have the ini sample but that isn't it.

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    What ini file ?
    From the tsdns server ?
    Do you have a domain name to use this tool ?
    Your IP is dynamic or static ?

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    This isn't a problem anymore, thanks. The only problem I have is I got a NPL license and I put it in the root of my folder. When I started the server again, I tried to change the clients to 128, but it said maximum slot limit reached. Also, the ts3_setting.ini file. That is what I need.
    Last edited by MadaPointo; 15-03-2012 at 03:31.

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    Ok so the first problem is solved.

    About the NPL, check in the server log if the license file is read.
    If not, open this file, do you see your information and key or just a big key ?

    About the ts3server.ini file, you have all information in the documentation (doc folder, in the server folder)

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    I see my information and a Huge key... My friend tried to connect and he couldn't.

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    Ok so

    Point 1 the connection.
    Please make a screen shot of the forward rule (from your router).

    Point 2 the license.
    Just to be sure, you have added the license in the server folder and if you check the file there is just licensekey.dat (not licensekey.dat.dat) ?

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    Well, do you mean by the portforward?

    And it is in the root of my folder..But for some reason, it's a dat.txt file.

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    Yes portforward.

    So remove the ".txt" at the end of the name file.

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    Here it is.
    And it still is a .txt even though I deleted the .txt part
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