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  1. #1006
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    Address that to ASUS tech support.

  2. #1007
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    Port 9987 not listening or open but 10011 and 30033 are open

    I'm setting up a TS3 server for the first time, and I'm pretty new at this. Port forwarding works for 10011 and 30033 (I can view them as open from the outside), but 9987 is never open (times out, and one port checker said it was being filtered). I've set all three up similarly (except 9987 is UDP and the others are TCP). My firewall is temporarily disabled. My ISP says they do no port filtering or blocking.

    Viewing the ports from the computer's side I see the following in the attached image. 9987 doesn't say it's LISTENING or in any other state. It says it's received and sent packets, but maybe that's just to the TS3 client I have running on this machine. :
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    Any ideas on how I can get 9987 working? Also why is the TS3 server trying to use 10 ports instead of the 3 I've heard it should be using?

    Bret

  3. #1008
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    Everything on your Screenshot is OK as long Einstein / einstein is the right address.

    UDP isn't shown as listening because it is a stateless protocol.
    External port checkers can not check for UDP ports.
    Last edited by dante696; February 26th, 2019 at 03:15 PM.
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  4. #1009
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    According to the image of your interface, you'll need to setup 3 "services" or "Custom Configurations", one for each of the following:

    Default voice port (UDP): 9987
    Default filetransfer port (TCP): 30033
    Default serverquery port (TCP): 10011

    According to your interface, the only fields you'll need to fill out will be:

    Service Name: TeamSpeak3 Voice
    Protocol: UDP
    External Port: 9987
    Internal IP Address: 192.168.X.X <- This needs to be IP of your computer or wherever you've installed TeamSpeak

    Service Name: TeamSpeak3 File Transfer
    Protocol: TCP
    External Port: 30033
    Internal IP Address: 192.168.X.X <- This needs to be IP of your computer or wherever you've installed TeamSpeak

    Service Name: TeamSpeak3 Server Query
    Protocol: TCP
    External Port: 10011
    Internal IP Address: 192.168.X.X <- This needs to be IP of your computer or wherever you've installed TeamSpeak

    To find your computers local IP, open a command prompt (on windows: Win+R > Run "cmd") and run the command: "ipconfig".
    In the output look for IP address that is similar to 192.168.1.25 (If it ends in 1, i.e. 192.168.1.1, this is wrong one)
    Note: your IP could have different subdomain, but usually starts with 192.168.X.X. Other examples would be:
    192.168.0.25
    192.168.254.25
    192.168.1.11 <- ( or instead of 11, any other number between 2 and 254)

    Quote Originally Posted by Commander Salamander View Post
    I'm experiencing difficulty with port-forwarding for a TeamSpeak server. The issue, specifically, is that the configuration options that are available for the person who created the video that I'm watching are not like the ones that I have available using the ASUS router interface for the RT-AC68P. I would like to know if anyone knows how to properly configure port-forwarding for the interface that I'm using, because I haven't a clue unfortunately. https://gyazo.com/11df1244eb4d204888c014ac74281d83 - interface

  5. #1010
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin Design View Post
    According to the image of your interface, you'll need to setup 3 "services" or "Custom Configurations", one for each of the following:

    Default voice port (UDP): 9987
    Default filetransfer port (TCP): 30033
    Default serverquery port (TCP): 10011

    According to your interface, the only fields you'll need to fill out will be:

    Service Name: TeamSpeak3 Voice
    Protocol: UDP
    External Port: 9987
    Internal IP Address: 192.168.X.X <- This needs to be IP of your computer or wherever you've installed TeamSpeak

    Service Name: TeamSpeak3 File Transfer
    Protocol: TCP
    External Port: 30033
    Internal IP Address: 192.168.X.X <- This needs to be IP of your computer or wherever you've installed TeamSpeak

    Service Name: TeamSpeak3 Server Query
    Protocol: TCP
    External Port: 10011
    Internal IP Address: 192.168.X.X <- This needs to be IP of your computer or wherever you've installed TeamSpeak

    To find your computers local IP, open a command prompt (on windows: Win+R > Run "cmd") and run the command: "ipconfig".
    In the output look for IP address that is similar to 192.168.1.25 (If it ends in 1, i.e. 192.168.1.1, this is wrong one)
    Note: your IP could have different subdomain, but usually starts with 192.168.X.X. Other examples would be:
    192.168.0.25
    192.168.254.25
    192.168.1.11 <- ( or instead of 11, any other number between 2 and 254)
    So I decided to follow your instructions, but unfortunately the result is the same and I cannot connect to the TeamSpeak server using mu public IP address. You can check the configuration that I set below. I also disabled, and then re-enabled port-forwarding, but it was to no avail.

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  6. #1011
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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander Salamander View Post
    So I decided to follow your instructions, but unfortunately the result is the same and I cannot connect to the TeamSpeak server using mu public IP address. You can check the configuration that I set below. I also disabled, and then re-enabled port-forwarding, but it was to no avail.

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    Your configuration looks correct.

    I recommend disabling you firewall (on the server where you have TeamSpeak3 Server installed).

    This is the only other thing I can think of...

  7. #1012
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin Design View Post
    Your configuration looks correct.

    I recommend disabling you firewall (on the server where you have TeamSpeak3 Server installed).

    This is the only other thing I can think of...
    I failed to connect to the server again, unfortunately.

  8. #1013
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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander Salamander View Post
    I failed to connect to the server again, unfortunately.
    I can't think of what else might be the issue...

    Please also note, that to connect to your server, if you're on the same network as the server (e.g. server is in your home, and you're trying to connect via your laptop at home), you'll need to try connecting via local IP: 192.168.1.25

    Otherwise, I'm out of guess as to why you're unable to connect.
    If you have any additional information that might shed light on your environment / situation, I might be able to suggest further direction...

  9. #1014
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin Design View Post
    I can't think of what else might be the issue...

    Please also note, that to connect to your server, if you're on the same network as the server (e.g. server is in your home, and you're trying to connect via your laptop at home), you'll need to try connecting via local IP: 192.168.1.25

    Otherwise, I'm out of guess as to why you're unable to connect.
    If you have any additional information that might shed light on your environment / situation, I might be able to suggest further direction...
    I did attempt to connect via my local IP, although the result of "Failed to connect to server" remained the same. I don't know of any abnormalities associated to my IP or Wi-Fi other than alternatively intermittent or occasional ping issues, but I don't think that that's related to the opening of ports, and I haven't been experiencing those ping issues as of late. The support that I've received thus far has been much appreciated, although I think that I'm going to attempt to resolve the issue by contacting ASUS Customer Support.

  10. #1015
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    You did not fill the internal port numbers, the behavior of such configuration is unspecified. Try to fix this first.
    Use tcpdump to confirm the traffic reaching your server.

  11. #1016
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    Connection problem

    Hi,

    I have a teamspeak3 server on a vps. Everything went well till yesterday. After a vps restart the ts3 server stoped working.
    On the command line when i check for status it's say that the server is running but when i try to connect to the server i received "Failed to connect to server".

    The logs for this day:

    log _0
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.788260|INFO |ServerLibPriv | |TeamSpeak 3 Server 3.6.0 (2019-01-16 07:50:10)
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.788402|INFO |ServerLibPriv | |SystemInformation: Linux 3.10.0-957.5.1.el7.x86_64 #1 SMP Fri Feb 1 14:54:57 UTC 2019 x86_64 Binary: 64bit
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.788428|WARNING |ServerLibPriv | |The system locale is set to "C" this can cause unexpected behavior. We advice you to repair your locale!
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.788445|INFO |ServerLibPriv | |Using hardware aes
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.791455|INFO |DatabaseQuery | |dbPlugin name: SQLite3 plugin, Version 3, (c)TeamSpeak Systems GmbH
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.791490|INFO |DatabaseQuery | |dbPlugin version: 3.11.1
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.791777|INFO |DatabaseQuery | |checking database integrity (may take a while)
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.825941|WARNING |Accounting | |Unable to open licensekey.dat, falling back to limited functionality
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.826179|INFO |Accounting | |Licensing Information
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.826203|INFO |Accounting | |licensed to : Anonymous
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.826220|INFO |Accounting | |type : No License
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.826243|INFO |Accounting | |starting date : Sun Jul 1 00:00:00 2018
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.826257|INFO |Accounting | |ending date : Wed Jul 31 00:00:00 2019
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.826270|INFO |Accounting | |max virtualservers: 1
    2019-02-17 07:37:20.826281|INFO |Accounting | |max slots : 32
    2019-02-17 07:37:21.001337|INFO | | |myTeamSpeak identifier revocation list was downloaded successfully - all related features are activated
    2019-02-17 07:37:22.411253|INFO | | |Puzzle precompute time: 1558
    2019-02-17 07:37:22.412024|INFO |FileManager | |listening on 0.0.0.0:30033, [::]:30033
    2019-02-17 07:37:22.461424|INFO |Query | |listening for query on 0.0.0.0:10011, [::]:10011
    2019-02-17 07:37:22.461780|INFO |Query | |listening for query ssh on 0.0.0.0:10022, [::]:10022
    2019-02-17 07:37:22.461930|INFO |CIDRManager | |updated query_ip_whitelist ips: 127.0.0.1/32, ::1/128, 208.167.241.190/32, 208.167.241.185/32, 208.167.241.186/32, 208.167.241.183/32, 208.167.241.189/32, 108.61.78.147/32, 108.61.78.148/32, 108.61.78.149/32, 108.61.78.150/32,
    log _1
    2019-02-17 07:37:22.461052|INFO |VirtualServer |1 |listening on 0.0.0.0:9987, [::]:9987
    Can you help me with a solution?

  12. #1017
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    My friends are unable to connect to my Teamspeak 3.2.3 server.

    Hi.
    So I recently wanted to create a teamspeak of my own. I did it fairly easily, opened my the ports (9987, 10011 and 30033) and allowed the ports to go trough my firewall. I used my external ip address along with the port "9987" and my friends still can't connect. I have read countless forum posts and seen a ton of videos without an answer. It would be nice if anyone could help me og at least find out what the problem is so I can solve it from there. But right I am totally clueless...

  13. #1018
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    Server is not listening to port 9987 - can't connect

    Hello,

    i am moving from a vServer with Debian 7 to a Debian 9 vServer. So i tryed to install and run Teamspeak3 on the new one. Now my problem:
    I am not able to connect the server with my Teamspeak-Client. I tryed a lot to figure out where the prob is. Now i think i found the prob but got no idea how to fix it.
    With "netstat -tulpen" it shows that the server is not listening to the port 9987

    Active Internet connections (only servers)
    Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State User Inode PID/Program name
    tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:30033 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 1000 573723 22167/./ts3server
    tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:22 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 0 15473 606/sshd
    tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:10011 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 1000 573738 22167/./ts3server
    tcp 0 0 127.0.0.1:3306 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 107 44900 23578/mysqld
    tcp6 0 0 :::80 :::* LISTEN 0 45747 16665/apache2
    tcp6 0 0 :::30033 :::* LISTEN 1000 573724 22167/./ts3server
    tcp6 0 0 :::22 :::* LISTEN 0 15475 606/sshd
    tcp6 0 0 :::10011 :::* LISTEN 1000 573739 22167/./ts3server
    udp 0 0 0.0.0.0:9987 0.0.0.0:* 1000 573733 22167/./ts3server
    udp6 0 0 :::9987 :::* 1000 573734 22167/./ts3server

    so how may i make the server listening? If it is an other issue, why I can't connect the server?

    I will be thankful for help
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    Last edited by akabigp; February 26th, 2019 at 03:37 PM.

  14. #1019
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    You can't make UDP listening.

    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    UDP isn't shown as listening because it is a stateless protocol.
    External port checkers can not check for UDP ports.
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  15. #1020
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    Thank you for the information. The funny issue is, that i found it out couple minutes i posted the thread. The question is now... Why i am not able to connect, when the ports are open and listening?
    Maybe any ideas?

    @dante696 --> Thanks for the answer
    Last edited by akabigp; February 26th, 2019 at 04:05 PM.

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