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    Connection problems to TS3 on Centos7

    Hi,
    I have installed a Teamspeak3 Server on Centos 7. The installation was as easy as I know it from several previouse installations on Linux. This server installation is for a LAN only server. Now my problem is to conenct to the server. Teamspeak is running but I canīt connect. I donīt know why. Is there probably a problem because of the server hat 4 LAN interfaces?

    What I allready tried is to set the IP to 0.0.0.0 and I even tried to set the IP to 192.168.22.100.

    Do you have any ideas?

    Thanks
    Moddi89

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    try turnning off firewalld

    Code:
    service firewalld stop

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moddi89 View Post
    Hi,
    I have installed a Teamspeak3 Server on Centos 7. The installation was as easy as I know it from several previouse installations on Linux. This server installation is for a LAN only server. Now my problem is to conenct to the server. Teamspeak is running but I canīt connect. I donīt know why. Is there probably a problem because of the server hat 4 LAN interfaces?

    What I allready tried is to set the IP to 0.0.0.0 and I even tried to set the IP to 192.168.22.100.

    Do you have any ideas?

    Thanks
    Moddi89
    First you have to know in which zone (firewalld) are your LAN Interface with (root):

    firewalld-cmd --list-all

    By default all interfaces are in public (non-trusted).

    You can create a new zone (HOME) or continue to use public.

    if you decide to use public you can open ts3 server port :

    firewalld-cmd --zone=public --add-port=9987/udp
    firewalld-cmd --zone=public --add-port=30033/tcp
    firewalld-cmd --zone=public --add-port=10011/tcp

    Now you can test your client's connection.

    If your clients can connect, you have to open the port permanently with --permanent and reload firewalld:

    firewalld-cmd --permanent --zone=public --add-port=9987/udp
    firewalld-cmd --permanent --zone=public --add-port=30033/tcp
    firewalld-cmd --permanent --zone=public --add-port=10011/tcp

    firewalld-cmd --reload

    If you don't do that, after next reboot the port will be closed.

    I hope it will help you.

    PS: in CentOS/Redhat 7 use systemctl instead of service : systemctl stop firewalld

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