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  1. #1
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    Nobody from outside can connect.

    I have created a dedicated TS3 server. I have followed everything on this post http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthrea...annot-connect)

    Local IP: 10.0.0.X
    External IP: 73.167.XX.XXX

    I have forwarded the correct ports to 10.0.0.X. I have no firewall or anti-virus running.
    I gave my friends the 73.167.XX.XXX server address.No one can connect to my TS3 server.
    Any ideas or suggestions to get this working?

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    Last edited by chambersmt; April 20th, 2015 at 03:20 PM.

  2. #2
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    I can't connect either.
    Here some guesses from lack of the given details.

    Can you connect with to your Lan IP (Local ip)?
    Is there anything in the server log?

    10.0.0.x is a typical address for student or businness networks.
    Are you online in a company or such students residence?
    Maybe UDP traffic is blocked there?
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    I can connect locally but no one can connect to my server from the outside using my external IP address. I am using my home network, ISP Comcast/Xfinity. I tryed everything, swtiching UDP to Both and even tryed with DMZ turned on. Still the same issue, no one can connect to the server. Silly question, where can I find the server log that you are looking for?
    Last edited by chambersmt; April 20th, 2015 at 03:21 PM.

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    After you did edit your posts*
    I have no clue why this does not work here. Everything looks right on your pictures.
    - It's a normal behavior, that you can not connect to your external IP. Not all routers do allow that.
    - Logs are stored in logs folder.

    Maybe some of this works.
    1. Can you test another voice port?
    This must be done in the ServerQuery
    Code:
    login serveradmin <yourpassword>
    serverstop sid=1
    use sid=1 -virtual
    serveredit virtualserver_port=<newport>
    serverstart sid=1
    quit
    2. Can you test this without your router in the middle?
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    I opened and tryed 9986-9988, still the same issue. I have an Arris TG862 Modem/Router.

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    Do you see any conflicting issues with the Modem/Router's Firewall?

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    Can you uncover the default gateway or give it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chambersmt View Post
    I opened and tryed 9986-9988, still the same issue. I have an Arris TG862 Modem/Router.

    Do you see any conflicting issues with the Modem/Router's Firewall?
    I would try selecting
    Custom Security and checking Disable entire firewall. The suspect is the IDS.

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