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  1. #1
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    How to set connection port?

    Hi all, I have been looking around the forums with no success to answer my question.

    I have set up a teamspeak server. It is all running fine, I can connect and everything works.
    However, the connection address is just the ip address.
    How can I set my server so that teamspeak is on a port number instead of the straight IP?

    example - current 100.100.100.100
    I wish to have 100.100.100.100:4321

    I wish to put a port number at the end for connecting to the TeamSpeak server.

    How is this achieved?

    This is running on CentOS 7 linux server.

    Thank you in advance.

  2. #2
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    It already has... because without port number it is impossbile. Just try: 100.100.100.100:9987

  3. #3
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    Or use query to change 9987 into something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kmesh View Post
    Hi all, I have been looking around the forums with no success to answer my question.

    I have set up a teamspeak server. It is all running fine, I can connect and everything works.
    However, the connection address is just the ip address.
    How can I set my server so that teamspeak is on a port number instead of the straight IP?

    example - current 100.100.100.100
    I wish to have 100.100.100.100:4321

    I wish to put a port number at the end for connecting to the TeamSpeak server.

    How is this achieved?

    This is running on CentOS 7 linux server.

    Thank you in advance.
    Can you please explain, why you want something as strange, please?

  5. #5
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    My reason for doing this is to change how people connect.

    I understand :9987 is the default. Yet you do not need it to connect, I can put in the straight IP and it works from that. Or do I just need to block access from the raw IP without the port number?

  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kmesh View Post
    I understand :9987 is the default. Yet you do not need it to connect, I can put in the straight IP and it works from that. Or do I just need to block access from the raw IP without the port number?
    You do not understand networking at all, so you better leave it.

  7. #7
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    If you do not add the :9987 at the end, the TeamSpeak client will do it for you. You can use those Server Query commands to change the port:

    login serveradmin YOUR_PASSWORD
    use port=9987
    serveredit virtualserver_port=NEW_PORT
    quit

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