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  1. #1
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    Host a server without having to leave your PC on? Bandwidth usage?

    I have started to host a Teamspeak 3 server but I can't keep my computer running all day. I'm wondering if it possible to host a TS3 server 24/7 without my computer being on. I'm looking for a free solution.

    I also would like to know how much bandwidth my Teamspeak server would use per month. I only get around 3 people average per evening and a high of 6 people. My limit is 150GB per month. I usually use 100GB without TS running.

    Thank you for the help!

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    you need virtual private server called VPS
    if you wish to have ts server all day running you need a computer that running all day right?
    then go on and find a free vps !
    bandwith usage will be 1 to 8 (one unit download /8 unit upload)
    with your information i think you just need 20 Gib maximum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rejectedpotato View Post
    I'm looking for a free solution.
    If you can't host it yourself there aren't any

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    Quote Originally Posted by joorabeban View Post
    you need virtual private server called VPS
    if you wish to have ts server all day running you need a computer that running all day right?
    then go on and find a free vps !
    bandwith usage will be 1 to 8 (one unit download /8 unit upload)
    with your information i think you just need 20 Gib maximum.
    Ok, I signed up for a free VPS (5jelly.com) but I am confused as to how this works and how I am supposed to use this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rejectedpotato View Post
    Ok, I signed up for a free VPS (5jelly.com) but I am confused as to how this works and how I am supposed to use this.
    Well I couldn't believe anyone was still offering free VPS's, so I signed up myself. Seems you need to get 10 referrals before they'll let you have a VPS (and their website is very slow)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Air SeaTac View Post
    Well I couldn't believe anyone was still offering free VPS's, so I signed up myself. Seems you need to get 10 referrals before they'll let you have a VPS (and their website is very slow)
    If their VPS' are as fast as their websites, I have doubts about suitability of it for hosting TS3.
    It is quite demanding.

  7. #7
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    This whole topic isn't related to TeamSpeak.

    Rent a server if you do not plan to host in on your home network and having the machine onlie all the time.
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