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  1. #1
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    license file port

    ts3 seems to use TCP port 2000 (or 2008) on startup to check if the license file is valid. If ts3 would listen as long as it runs, this would be no issue for me, but it stops listing after the validation process. So if i open the port in my iptable rules, I would have an open port where no program is listing. dont like this idea. :/

    My request: let ts3 listen on this port until it runs or use one of the "default" ports.

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    As in teamspeak 2 i beleive this port is only to notify teamspeak of its existance
    As why you only need to open the outgoing tcp port if you tried blocking a simliar port on ts2 the server wouldnt start

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    perfect.

    edit: works fine
    Last edited by cubii; December 22nd, 2009 at 01:08 AM.

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    -A OUTPUT -o xxx -p tcp --dport 2008 -m state --state NEW -j ACCEPT
    or you can add -d 62.146.63.84 even
    So ts3 dont listen that port, 62.146.63.84 do.

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