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    [Mini Tutorials] Virtual Server Management

    With Teamspeak 3's current default permission set, a regular client is not allowed to mange virtual servers (create, delete, modify max clients). You'll need the ServerQuery administrator account to get all the necessary permissions. Since we're getting a lot of questions about TeamSpeak 3's virtual server management, I decided to post a little tutorial...

    1. How to create a new virtual server:
    Login to the ServerQuery from within your client (Tools => ServerQuery) and use the "servercreate" command to create a new virtual server.

    Code:
    TS3
    login serveradmin password
    error id=0 msg=ok
    servercreate virtualserver_name=My\sSecond\sServer virtualserver_port=1337 virtualserver_maxclients=128
    sid=2 virtualserver_port=1337 token=ddqCmka21sXaE+0zjnFHFQsqMJ832Boc6SSdECXe
    error id=0 msg=ok
    As you can see above, the server created a new virtual server with ID 2 and displays the initial administrator token. If virtualserver_port is not specified, the server will detect the next unused port automatically. Per default, subsequently started virtual servers will be running on increasing port numbers. The second on 9998, the third on 9999 etc.

    2. How to delete an existing virtual server:
    Login to the ServerQuery from within your client (Tools => ServerQuery) and use the "serverdelete" command to delete an existing new virtual server. Please note that the virtual server needs to be stopped before it can be deleted.

    Code:
    TS3
    login serveradmin password
    error id=0 msg=ok
    serverstop sid=2
    error id=0 msg=ok
    serverdelete sid=2
    error id=0 msg=ok
    3. How to modify a virtual servers max clients
    Login to the ServerQuery from within your client (Tools => ServerQuery) and use the "serveredit" command to modify the properties of a virtual server.

    Code:
    TS3
    login serveradmin password
    error id=0 msg=ok
    use 1
    error id=0 msg=ok
    serveredit virtualserver_maxclients=64
    error id=0 msg=ok
    4. How to modify a virtual server port
    Login to the ServerQuery from within your client (Tools => ServerQuery) and use the "serveredit" command to modify the properties of a virtual server.
    Please note, if you want change the port on the virtual server where you are, you have to use an external tool like "Putty" directly on the query port.

    Code:
    TS3
    login serveradmin password
    error id=0 msg=ok
    use 1
    errir od=0 msg=ok
    serveredit virtualserver_port=9988
    error id=0 msg=ok
    serverstop sid=1
    error id=0 msg=ok
    serverstart sid=1
    error id=0 msg=ok
    Please check the ServerQuery documentation (ts3_serverquery_manual.pdf) for detailed information on how to use the different commands.

    Happy testing!
    Last edited by florian_fr40; November 21st, 2011 at 08:45 AM.

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    Thumbs up

    Thanx i think this Tut will help alot

    But i have one question: The Webinterface is in work, maybe you can say how long the Devs will need to give it out to us?

    Sorry for my bad english, but bether i cant whrite it


    Greets,
    tigerle

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    Hello
    we can i make a superadmin user that have on all vserver and future maked server with all rigths ?

    german:
    wie kann ich mir einen user machen der alle rechte auf dem ersten server hat und alle rechte auf bestehnde vserver oder die ich künftig mache.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prismatech View Post
    Hello
    we can i make a superadmin user that have on all vserver and future maked server with all rigths ?

    german:
    wie kann ich mir einen user machen der alle rechte auf dem ersten server hat und alle rechte auf bestehnde vserver oder die ich künftig mache.
    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthread.php?t=46779

    Use this Link and you have then full acess to all hostet servers

    [german]
    Geh nach dieser anleitung vor und du hast anschliessend volle rechte auf alle gehosteten Server


    greets,
    tigerle

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    servercreate virtualserver_name=My\sSecond\sServer virtualserver_port=1337 virtualserver_maxclients=128

    __________________________________________________ _________________

    error id=257 msg=unable\sto\sbind\snetwork\sport



    kann help my ?

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    Hello

    I try to chance my max clients on the server.

    the output what i get is.

    error id=0 msg=ok (51 ms)
    error id=0 msg=ok (47 ms)
    error id=0 msg=ok (45 ms)
    Total: 143 ms

    If i look at my server there is still standing max clients: 32
    What do i wrong?
    I used the code that you can read above.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
    I have found mij problem tnx
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

    Greets.
    Last edited by Helmonder; December 22nd, 2009 at 08:56 AM. Reason: Found what was wrong ^^

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    Made a video on this as well
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZyr_Of-pss

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helmonder View Post
    Hello

    I try to chance my max clients on the server.

    the output what i get is.

    error id=0 msg=ok (51 ms)
    error id=0 msg=ok (47 ms)
    error id=0 msg=ok (45 ms)
    Total: 143 ms

    If i look at my server there is still standing max clients: 32
    What do i wrong?
    I used the code that you can read above.

    Greets.

    DUDE u need to use the serveradmin account to do that. Remember the one showing at the first server window.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoKoOLz View Post
    DUDE u need to use the serveradmin account to do that. Remember the one showing at the first server window.
    i used the serveradmin account ^^

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    thanks, but when i login: <09:01:28> insufficient client permissions (gescheitert an b_client_issue_client_query_command (20624/0x5090))

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    Btw: Using beta3

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    login serveradmin ********
    error id=0 msg=ok
    use 1
    error id=0 msg=ok
    serveredit virtualserver_maxclients=64
    error id=1024 msg=invalid\sserverID

    and in telnet
    what' wrong ?

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    i have the same problem i dont get any errors if i trying to change the slots,
    But nothing happands, is that a bug ?
    Last edited by 0wn3r; December 22nd, 2009 at 12:22 PM. Reason: Typing wrong

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    yep, that's a server beta3 or client beta2 issue.

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    Ich habe diesen Error bekommen:
    <14:09:56> insufficient client permissions (gescheitert an b_client_issue_client_query_command (20624/0x5090))

    was mach ich falsch?

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