Hello everyone,

recently I encountered a problem when connecting to a teamspeak server (85.214.200.166:5057 or ts4.gilden-ts3.de:5057).
In the past I have connected to it several times without any problems.

I know that the problem is a client problem because I can connect from one other pc running Win 7 withing the same network than my main PC running Win 10. So it has to be a problem with my Computer, but I haven't done any changes in the networking settings.

I think that it is maybe a Win 10 issue, but I'm not sure.

Moreover I can connect to some other TS-Server, but not to all.

When I try to connect to the Teamspeak Server using the Domain-Address (ts4.gilden-ts3.de:5057) i get the following problem:

Code:
04.01.2016 18:35:00	ClientUI	Info	Connect to server: ts4.gilden-ts3.de	
04.01.2016 18:35:00	ClientUI	Info	Trying to resolve ts4.gilden-ts3.de	
04.01.2016 18:35:00	TSDNS	Info	SRV DNS resolve unsuccessful for "_ts3._udp.ts4.gilden-ts3.de"	
04.01.2016 18:35:00	TSDNS	Info	DNS resolve unsuccessful for "ts4.gilden-ts3.de"	
04.01.2016 18:35:00	TSDNS	Info	No TSDNS found at "ts4.gilden-ts3.de"	
04.01.2016 18:35:00	TSDNS	Info	No SRV TSDNS found at "_tsdns._tcp.gilden-ts3.de"	
04.01.2016 18:35:08	ClientUI	Info	Lookup finished:  0  1 2	
04.01.2016 18:35:08	ClientUI	Info	Failed to resolve ts4.gilden-ts3.de	
04.01.2016 18:35:19	TSDNS	Info	No TSDNS found at "gilden-ts3.de"
When I try to connect with the IP-Address i get:

Code:
04.01.2016 18:45:11	ClientUI	Info	Connect to server: 85.214.200.166	
04.01.2016 18:45:11	ClientUI	Info	Blacklist check ok	
04.01.2016 18:45:11	ClientUI	Info	Initiating connection: 85.214.200.166:5057 85.214.200.166	
04.01.2016 18:45:11	ClientUI	Info	Connect status: Connecting	
04.01.2016 18:45:17	ClientUI	Info	Connect status: Disconnected	
04.01.2016 18:45:17	ClientUI	Info	Failed to connect to server, want autoreconnect = 0
In the log I'm connected for around 6 seconds and disconected afterwards which is pretty strange.

What I have done so far is:
1) Try using the IP instead of the Domain-Address
2) Ping the IP (successfully)
3) Using the Google DNS (8.8.8.8) (not working, but I think this is no DNS issue since I cannot connect using the IP)
4) Reinstalling Teamspeak (x64 and x32) and Restarting the PC
5) Deactivation the Firewall and the Anti-Virus Software
6) Ipconfig /dnsflush and /registerdns
7) Deleting the Teamspeak Cache

I would appreciate any help and wish you guys a happy new year

Cyrinael