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  1. #91
    BHKai is offline -= Undercover TeamSpeak Fanatic =-
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    Is the server passworded?

    Have you tried connecting use 192.168.1.7 for the server IP address.

  2. #92
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    Quote Originally Posted by wappieboy View Post
    can someone help me?

    my server is up and running if check it true the http://ts2test.planetteamspeak.com, everything is ok, but if i try to connect i get the error
    No reply from server
    Maybe the server is offline
    or maybe teamspeak is not running on it
    If that page says "good" then it is good for those connecting to you from the outside.
    You, inside your LAN, must use your local adress to connect to the server.
    And, you better remove first and last port forwards unless you sure know what you doing.

  3. #93
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    No reply from server

    I am in the same boat as quite a few people, or so it seems. The server appears to be up, but when I try to join, using the computer that set up the server and inputing a static IP, I get that infamous "no reply from server." When I try to sign on from the computer that set it up, without inputing that port and IP, it will sign on. No one else is able to sign on though. They all receive the same error message.

    I am running windows7, and have not been able to get a server running on it. Here's all the information and results of the tests, I hope the OS is not the issue.

    1.I am connected to my router
    2.
    3.The client and the server are both installed.
    4.There are no BounToIp# options.

    [x] Server is up and running.

    [x] You can see HTTP interface by entering

    http://localhost:<14534>

    in Your webbrowser.

    [ test failed ] You can connect to TCP query port by starting telnet.exe and entering

    open localhost <51234>

    "Could not open connection to host, on post <51234>: connection failed"

    [ ] You can connect to TS server at address

    localhost:<8767>

    I entered this into telnet and got an "Invalid Command." returned to me.

    [2 of 3 passed ] You have Your server accessible from WAN.

    I failed the UDP test on all 4 counts.

    1. Do You have Your firewall configured correctly to allow UDP connections to and from <Server Port>?
    I only have a Windows firewall at the moment, and I turned that off, temporarily, for the test.

    2. Is Your server located behind a router? Does that router have real WAN address or just address in other (wider) LAN?
    The router uses LAN adresses.

    3. Did You set up port forwarding properly? Or use DMZ option? (make sure you have Your firewall always enabled!! even if You are behind a router!)
    All three ports are forwarded properly, and for a short while, I tried setting my computer into DMZ, but still got the same results.

    4. Which address You provide to Your friends? Is it Your real IP or name? Does that IP dynamically changes from time to time? Is Your name updated to reflect that changes?
    I have provided them with my real IP, which is dynamic, and I also tried to give them the LAN IP.

    Here is the rest of the information.

    Server.ini:
    [debug]
    MessageTypes=LMTALL
    MessageDepths=LMDALL
    [Main Config]
    ExternalIPDectection=1
    HTTPServer Port=14534
    HTTPServer Enabled=1
    DateTimeFormat=dd-mm-yyyy hh:nn:ss
    TCPQueryPort=51234
    AllowedClientNameChars=
    DisAllowedClientNameChars=()[]{}
    BoundToIp1=
    [WebPost]
    AdminEmail=na
    ISPLinkURL=na
    ISPName=Private
    ISPCountryNumber=0
    Enabled=1
    PostURL=
    ListPublic=1
    UserAgent=teamspeak
    [log]
    access_r=0
    access_u=0
    channel_registerred=0
    channel_unregisterred=0
    sa=0
    chat=0
    kick_server=0
    kick_channel=0
    [Spam]
    max_commands=10
    in_seconds=2


    4. # Model and firmware version of Your router, with screenshots or exact description of Your portforward(Virtual Server) settings and WAN status screen. (preferable screenshots)

    Router model: D-link DGL -4300
    Firmware: 1.7 , 2006/10/05

    Port forward:
    http://i642.photobucket.com/albums/u...forwarding.png
    Tracert:
    http://i642.photobucket.com/albums/u...ra/tracert.png
    ipconfig:
    http://i642.photobucket.com/albums/u...onfigpart1.png
    http://i642.photobucket.com/albums/u...onfigpart1.png

  4. #94
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    The angle brackets designing an important variable.
    You must not enter them in commands.
    I.e.
    "open localhost 51234" instead of "open localhost <51234>".
    "Connect to TS server" means connect from your TS client... :/ "localhost:8767" (or just "localhost" as 8767 is the default port).

    Please run checklist again using proper syntax and notation.

    Also please post tracers, netstat and ipconfig results as [сode] text blocks - easier to read.
    Last edited by ANR Daemon; October 5th, 2009 at 04:40 PM.

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    Hello Guys,

    I installed the Teamspeak 2 Server client on my server computer, but I can't connect from WAN . I'll post the info below

    [x] Server configured and functions properly.

    Common checks:

    [x] You can see HTTP interface by entering

    http://localhost:<HTTPServer Port>

    in Your webbrowser.

    [x] You can connect to TCP query port by starting telnet.exe and entering

    open localhost <TCPQueryPort>

    there.

    [x] You can connect to TS server at address

    localhost:<Server Port>
    [ ] You have Your server accessible from WAN.

    http://ts2test.planetteamspeak.com gives me crosses on all tests, even though the server works when I enter my localhost:8767.

    1. Do You have Your firewall configured correctly to allow UDP connections to and from <Server Port>? Yes I have
    2. Is Your server located behind a router? Does that router have real WAN address or just address in other (wider) LAN? Yes it is, I contact it trough 192.168.50.1, so I guess it's lan.
    3. Did You set up port forwarding properly? Or use DMZ option? (make sure you have Your firewall always enabled!! even if You are behind a router!) I have set up all ports, and even tried DMZ but it didn't change anything.
    4. Which address You provide to Your friends? Is it Your real IP or name? Does that IP dynamically changes from time to time? Is Your name updated to reflect that changes? I give them my "real IP adress", that I've gotten at whatsmyip.
    Here are my files etc.

    Code:
    [debug]
    MessageTypes=LMTALL
    MessageDepths=LMDALL
    [Main Config]
    ExternalIPDectection=1
    HTTPServer Port=14534
    HTTPServer Enabled=1
    DateTimeFormat=dd-mm-yyyy hh:nn:ss
    TCPQueryPort=51234
    AllowedClientNameChars=
    DisAllowedClientNameChars=()[]{}
    BoundToIp1=
    [WebPost]
    AdminEmail=na
    ISPLinkURL=na
    ISPName=Private
    ISPCountryNumber=4445
    Enabled=1
    PostURL=
    ListPublic=1
    UserAgent=teamspeak
    [log]
    access_r=0
    access_u=0
    channel_registerred=0
    channel_unregisterred=0
    sa=0
    chat=0
    kick_server=0
    kick_channel=0
    [Spam]
    max_commands=10
    in_seconds=2
    Code:
    Microsoft Windows [Version 5.2.3790]
    (C) Copyright 1985-2003 Microsoft Corp.
    
    C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>ipconfig /all
    
    Windows IP Configuration
    
       Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : server
       Primary Dns Suffix  . . . . . . . :
       Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Unknown
       IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
       WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
    
    Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
    
       Connection-specific DNS Suffix  . :
       Description . . . . . . . . . . . : SiS 900-Based PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter
       Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-0C-6E-0D-4A-D1
       DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : No
       IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.50.111
       Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
       Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.50.1
       DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.254
                                           192.168.50.1
    Code:
    C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>tracert ts2test.planetteamspeak.com
    
    Tracing route to ts2test.planetteamspeak.com [62.75.222.133]
    over a maximum of 30 hops:
    
      1    32 ms    32 ms    32 ms  host1.sven-paulsen.de [62.75.222.133]
    
    Trace complete.
    I use the Sweex LW050v1 Router with firmware 3.3.0 Build 061110 Rel.77013n, I have forwared UDP port 8767 and don't know where to find my WAN status screen.

    I hope you can help me with this. :S

  6. #96
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    Well, let's take a few steps back.
    Router status page is the first screen you see when you login to it's web interface.
    Does your WAN IP address there is the same as one reported by http://whatismyip.com ?
    And please post a screenshot of your VirtualServers page.

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