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  1. #1
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    File transfer alternative

    My VPS does not allow me to open port 30033 or any other port for file transferring, but since I have SFTP access and SSH access, I'd like to manually upload the images and then load them as icons.
    So far, I found out that icons are saved in ./ts3dir/files/virtualserver_1/icons and they are given an ID based on the size checksum (correct me if I'm mistaken). So the first thing I tried was to upload the icon (16x16) into that folder. But my client doesn't seem to show it in the "View Icons" section. Hence I cannot use it for any channel or server group.
    The second thing I tried was to create a local ts3 server and upload an icon using the ordinary file transfer port. And I saw that the image was uploaded in the directory I said before, but also ts3server.sqlitedb was edited, but I don't know in which point. I guess there's something in that file that lists the icons with the respective IDs, but I don't know in which table of the SQL file that happens.
    So my question is: is what I want to do actually do-able? I think it is :P I *hope* it is...
    If so, how?
    Thanks in advance :-)

    RickyB98

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    Read documentation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickyB98 View Post
    My VPS does not allow me to open port 30033 or any other port for file transferring, but since I have SFTP access and SSH access, I'd like to manually upload the images and then load them as icons.
    And how the users will read them afterward?
    If your VPS does not allow you to accept incoming connections, what the use it has? I suggest change hoster.
    (It has nothing to do with "file transferring" at all.)

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    I actually CAN open ports, in fact I opened the voice port, though some ports are used by other users using the same IP. I have a shared IPV4 and a unique IPV6. All the ports from the server to the client (outbound) are open, inbound ports are not.
    I think users should still be able to download icons from the server in this way...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickyB98 View Post
    I actually CAN open ports, in fact I opened the voice port, though some ports are used by other users using the same IP. I have a shared IPV4 and a unique IPV6. All the ports from the server to the client (outbound) are open, inbound ports are not.
    I think users should still be able to download icons from the server in this way...
    TeamSpeak does not support IPv6 connectivity.
    Purchase an v4 IP address or change hosting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    Read documentation.
    always read documentation before asking :P
    check this

    have you tried to set a different filetransfare port try with ini file for easier change?

    Code:
    * createinifile (0)
      If set to "1", the server will create an INI-style config file containing all 
      commandline parameters with the values you have specified.
      Default: The server will not create a config file.
      
    * inifile (ts3server.ini)
      The physical path where your config file is located. Per default, the config file will
      be called "ts3server.ini".
      Default: The config file is located in your servers installation directory.
    first :
    Code:
    ./ts3server_minimal_runscript.sh createinifile=1
    you will get ts3server.ini file edit it to your settings and bind the ip instead of the auto/all (0.0.0.0)
    then run your server with:
    Code:
    ./ts3server_minimal_runscript.sh inifile=ts3server.ini

  7. #7
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    Yes, I did try to change filetransfer_port in the settings of the ini file, but it doesn't seem to change anything. I tried to restart the server, but the client still tries to connect to port 30033... And in the main SQL database, it looks like the file transfer port in the instance_properties table is still 30033. How can I solve this?

  8. #8
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    ... When the solution is right under your nose and you can't find it ...
    I just needed to start the server with ./ts3server_startscript.sh start inifile=ts3server.ini < this solved my problem, now file transfering is perfectly working..
    Thanks for your help ^_^
    RickyB98

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    TeamSpeak even fixed the documentation in 3.0.11.1 in this matter. I can't believe that.

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