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  1. #1
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    TSDNS connection problem from different countries

    Hello,

    I use TSDNS and only TSDNS to let people connect to my TS3 servers, but people reported that they are unable to connect from different countries, especially europe. Germany, UK, France... I tried to test myself with VPN, I was unable to connect to servers with hostname but IP's were fine. Also tried to connect yatqa but socket 10061 connection refused.
    iptables are closed in both TSDNS server and actual ts3 server

    Any ideas why it isnt working?

  2. #2
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    For the YaTQA part of the question, note that YaTQA does not support connecting to a TSDNS directly. You must enter an IP or A/CNAME record.
    For the rest of the question, I don't know. Do you actually need TSDNS? There is no current reason for using TSDNS alone. SRV TSDNS should be used only if running mulitple servers on a server that is not the the normal target of a domain.

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    For the YaTQA part of the question, note that YaTQA does not support connecting to a TSDNS directly. You must enter an IP or A/CNAME record.
    For the rest of the question, I don't know. Do you actually need TSDNS? There is no current reason for using TSDNS alone. SRV TSDNS should be used only if running mulitple servers on a server that is not the the normal target of a domain.
    Yatqa part, I tried to connect yatqa with ip and port just as usual from my bookmarks.

    I'm using multiple servers, I'm ATHP

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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    SRV TSDNS should be used only if running mulitple servers on a server that is not the the normal target of a domain.
    Sorry, what?

  5. #5
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    I explained that to you in another thread already (and you understood). That situation is the only use for TSDNS.
    http://example.com => 2.2.2.2:80
    ts3server://example.com:1234 => 1.1.1.1:1234
    ts3server://example.com:5678 => 1.1.1.1:5678
    This assignment can only be done with SRV TSDNS.

    There is however no use for TSDNS alone. So unless you are running a configuration like that, you can stop using TSDNS.

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    And I still don't quite grasp the use case.

  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    I explained that to you in another thread already (and you understood). That situation is the only use for TSDNS.
    http://example.com => 2.2.2.2:80
    ts3server://example.com:1234 => 1.1.1.1:1234
    ts3server://example.com:5678 => 1.1.1.1:5678
    This assignment can only be done with SRV TSDNS.

    There is however no use for TSDNS alone. So unless you are running a configuration like that, you can stop using TSDNS.
    I am using just like that.

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