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  1. #1
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    TeamSpeak 3 SRV records problem. Two server

    Hello,
    I have problem with my TS3 SRV records. I have tw oservers
    A on 9987
    B on 9988
    I set SRV record for B server like this "ts.xxx.com" t ofoward B server. When i try it all server foward to 9988 (include A server) and when i delete record SRV about ts.xxx.com all time adress ts.xxx.com or xxx.com:9988/xxx.com:9987 foward me to server B. How i can repeir it? To xxx.com foward 9987 to A server and xxx.com:9988 foward B server.

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    That can be done with SRV TSDNS only. SRV TS3 cannot do thisas it will always override the port. Point SRV TSDNS to your TSDNS server and set up a rule with $PORT as the port.

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    You understand what he's talking about? I barely make any sense of it, all I've got is that he have two vservers running, one on port 9987 and one on port 9988.
    The rest is a mystery.

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    I'm not entirely sure either. I think we wants to maintain ports but wants to host website and server on different machines. So he needs SRV TSDNS.

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    Why does he need SRV TSDNS? "Normal" SRV for voice should work just fine.

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    How does one maintain ports with SRV TS3?
    Solution: One can't.

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    Is it so difficult to create one SRV record for each TS server?

    One A record for the physical machine where the TS server is running on:
    machine.example.org 3600 A 111.222.333.444

    and one SRV record for each virtual server running on the above physical machine:
    _ts3._udp.ts1.example.org 3600 SRV 10 5 9987 machine.example.org.
    _ts3._udp.ts2.example.org 3600 SRV 10 5 9988 machine.example.org.
    _ts3._udp.ts3.example.org 3600 SRV 10 5 9989 machine.example.org.
    _ts3._udp.ts4.example.org 3600 SRV 10 5 9989 machine.example.org.
    _ts3._udp.ts5.example.org 3600 SRV 10 5 9990 machine.example.org.

    Accessible by users with ts1.example.org, ts2.example.org, ts3.example.org etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schlumpi View Post
    Is it so difficult to create one SRV record for each TS server?
    For legacy, yes.

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    What do you mean by "legacy" ?

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    I have all my people connect to their servers via
    domain.com:1234
    domain.com:2345
    Now I want to host the website domain.com on a different server. Then I have to use SRV TSDNS so people can still connect.

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    You'll need to fix your broken setup sooner or later.

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