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    SRV port forwarding

    Hi all,

    I've looked through the other threads and I think I've set up my SRV forwarding right but it's not working so I wanted to check. A friend has got a ts3 server that's got an IP address and uses a specific port. I'm not sure where it's actually hosted but I'd like to use a domain I have to make it easier to use.

    Assuming the TS3 server's ip is 101.102.103.5 and uses port 11987 and my domain is called mydomain.com, I've set up an A record as follows:

    guildname A 101.102.103.5

    then an SRV record of:

    _ts3._udp.guildname SRV 1 10 11987 guildname.mydomain.com

    The goal would be to give out simply guildname.mydomain.com as the ts3 address without having to deal with IP and port worries.

    I think this is right and should work but it doesn't appear to be working. I'm using 123-reg for my domain, if that matters. Am I going wrong somewhere?

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    Wouldn't simply trying this make more sense than asking on a forum? Should work, yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    Wouldn't simply trying this make more sense than asking on a forum? Should work, yes.
    I did and it didn't work, hence the post. TS just won't connect with this setup.

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    How are we supposed to help you without your domain name and full logs?

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    What logs do you mean? The actual domain name shouldn't make a difference, should it? I just wanted to check that what I'd put in was right. If it is and it's not working then it must be a problem with the TS server my friend is using or a limitation as to how 123-reg handles things.

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    Well, the acutal dns name would make the difference that someone who knows how it should work can check that all is fine. Or perhaps determine where within the dns records is the flaw.

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