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  1. #1
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    Question but how do i change the ip address to a name??

    i need to change the ip address login to a name so when peeps join i can just say the server address is for example... clan w/e instead of my ip and hte address.

  2. #2
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    dyndns is your answer.

    go to www.dyndns.com and create your free domain-name (though it's not really a domain name)

  3. #3
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    yea i did it with www.no-ip.com

  4. #4
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    have a .com where do you change it on TS3

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rowdy View Post
    have a .com where do you change it on TS3
    This is no TS setting, you have to install a tool or register your IP on these DNS provider (see posts above)
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  6. #6
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    November 2011
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    do i have to pay dyn to register my info again...I contacted Go Daddy with what you said and they tell me
    iam already registered, is this a thing that ony works with this company and we have to pay twice for this to work,
    I didn't find any thing that was free
    thanks

  7. #7
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    Please read the FAQ or support page of your dns provider then.
    This has nothing to do with TeamSpeak.
    When sending me private messages: Please make sure to include reference link to your forum thread or post.

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  8. #8
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    December 2009
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    florida
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    Rowdy,
    Did you ever figure out how to get this working. I think you do not understand how DNS works.
    Seems to me that you bought a domain name.
    If so, here we go.
    1. Go no-ip and download and install there dynamic update client on any computer that is in your home network.
    2. set up the update client. usually they ask for a user name and password for you hosting account. Tell the client what domain name u want to update with your ip address. (usually a check box)
    3. go to you router and forward to the INTERNAL ip address of the computer running TS3
    port 9987 (UDP)
    port 10011 (TCP)
    port 30033 (TCP)
    If it is a D-link router use the Virtual Server settings to set the ports.
    Use port triggering on other router if that is in the settings.
    4.Open teamspeak and put in your domain address(do not add a port number to the end of the domain name) www.yourdomain.com or name.yourdomain.com if you set up a free account.
    It should work. If not i will try to help you out.
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