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  1. #721
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    Normally, you will not be able to connect to WAN IP of your server from inside of your LAN.
    Check from intenet.

  2. #722
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    im sorry, im really new to this stuff... what do you mean by check from internet?

  3. #723
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    Exactly what is writen. Check internet connection from internet.

  4. #724
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    my internet connection is fine...

  5. #725
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshie010 View Post
    im sorry, im really new to this stuff... what do you mean by check from internet?
    A friend of yours, from internet, out of your LAN, should try to connect to your server using the WAN-IP.

    Some routers don't allow to connect to the wan-ip from inside your lan, so somebody else from internet should try to connect to the server.

  6. #726
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    Nope, cant connect

  7. #727
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    Hey everyone,

    People cannot connect to my server
    I have all ports open
    PFPchecker confirmed it...
    But somehow they keep getting the message
    Failed to connect.
    Only problem I can find is in the logs: failed to retrieve WAN ip
    What can I do?
    Last edited by AlwaysReady; August 12th, 2014 at 06:45 PM.

  8. #728
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshie010 View Post
    i have portforwarded correctly (i used a portchecker) but i am still unable to connect to my server, when i looked on the server log it said wan ip failed to retrieve, please help i have been trying for a while to fix this, also it is not my firewall as i tested the server after disabling the firewall.
    I apologize if you've already posted this information as this thread is a bit long / mixed, but could you please post:
    - Can you at least connect to the TS3 Server locally:
    a) If it's on your computer, use "localhost" or "127.0.0.1"
    b) If it's on your network (same router), something like "192.168.1.X" (the same IP you used in the port forwarding).
    - Are you sure your server's IP hasn't changed? Are you using static IP on the server?
    - Are there any log entries on the server marked "ERROR". (with "warning" the server should still start).
    - Are you able to connect to the server from another device on your local network? Examples:
    a) From another computer with TS3 Client, using the local IP (same one used in port forwarding).
    b) From a smart phone with TS3 App, using the local IP (same one used in port forwarding).
    - Are you able to telnet from a remote location / computer (outside your local network) to your (public) WAN IP on port 10011? From windows command prompt (have to enable telnet!) the command is: telnet X.X.X.X 10011

    Quote Originally Posted by AlwaysReady View Post
    Hey everyone,

    People cannot connect to my server
    I have all ports open
    PFPchecker confirmed it...
    But somehow they keep getting the message
    Failed to connect.
    Only problem I can find is in the logs: failed to retrieve WAN ip
    What can I do?
    Please make sure you have either made exceptions for the ports in your firewall on the server or (for testing) turned off your firewall altogether to see if you can reach from the outside.

    - Are you able to telnet from a remote location / computer (outside your local network) to your (public) WAN IP on port 10011? From windows command prompt (have to enable telnet!) the command is: telnet X.X.X.X 10011

  9. #729
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    Please make sure you have either made exceptions for the ports in your firewall on the server or (for testing) turned off your firewall altogether to see if you can reach from the outside.

    - Are you able to telnet from a remote location / computer (outside your local network) to your (public) WAN IP on port 10011? From windows command prompt (have to enable telnet!) the command is: telnet X.X.X.X 10011[/QUOTE]

    Ty for your information... everyone can connect now.

  10. #730
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    Perfect! Glad it's working for ya.

  11. #731
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    Exclamation TeamSpeak 3 Server Ports

    I have a TeamSpeak 3 Server that used to work before and now it doesn't. I never messed with the ports once me and my friends can connected and suddenly it breaks.

    The ports I used for the server were just the default ones:
    9987 (UDP)
    10011 (TCP)
    30033 (TCP)

    The server used to run smoothly but then I tried to connect on it and it failed to connect. Can anyone help me? I skimmed through a lot of threads and I couldn't find the solution for this problem.

    Please help!
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    If there is thread like this and has been solved, please redirect me to it and sorry for the inconvenience.

  12. #732
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    Your DHCP lease has most likely been updated. In this case, your forwards are no longer pointing to the correct IP. Please update the target IP.

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    How do I update the target IP?

  14. #734
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    Can someone please help me.

    When i add the forwarding port 'Send to LAN Server' that it says here http://portforward.com/english/route...k_3_Server.htm it says the
    'Server IP address must be a LAN IP address.'

    What does this mean?

    BTW I am opening all ports.

  15. #735
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    This means you're entering server address outside the LAN network range.
    Wighout actual data it is impossible to tell.

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