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  1. #1
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    yet an other "Can't connect with wan ip" thread

    Hi all

    So I've started a clan about 2 months ago and in the beginning I ran the ts3 server on my pc (running vista), forwarded ports, had no problems with this.
    But as my clan started to grow, the ts had to be online more. but seeing that my pc is on my room I can't have it running at night when I have to sleep (because of the fan noise).
    So I decided to use an old pc (Windows XP home edition) to put in the garage and let it run 24/7
    I've opened the ports for that pc, booted the ts3. And like it says in the title, I can connect with my lan IP (192.168.0.100)
    http://i927.photobucket.com/albums/a...5/lanipscr.jpg
    http://i927.photobucket.com/albums/a.../portlanpc.jpg
    (the top 3 opened ports are the one for my pc that hosted the ts3 server first

    both the server and my pc are connected like this
    Computer < - > Router < - > Modem < - > Internet
    Server < -> Router < - > Modem < - > Internet

    My router is a D-link Dir-615



    when I try to connect it just says Failed to connect to server


    <10:37:00> Trying to connect to server on 192.168.0.100:9987
    <10:37:01> Connected to server: TeamSpeak ]I[ Server
    <10:37:01> Welcome to TeamSpeak, check www.teamspeak.com for latest infos.
    <10:37:16> Disconnected successfully
    <10:37:16> Trying to connect to server on 84.198.179.31:9987
    <10:37:21> Failed to connect to server


    thx everyone for taking a look, I've spend many houres trying to fix this and I'm about to freak out lol
    I'm close to just renting a server



    ***EDIT***
    my ip is also correct
    http://i927.photobucket.com/albums/a...or25/iplan.jpg

    And my WAN IP for my pc and server are the same because of my router that sets it like that (also for an other computer in the network)
    could that be a problem?
    I remember that my ts on my pc started acting funny when both servers teamspeaks where running

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    Hello

    In your internat network, you can't use your external IP to connect on your server. This is a security measure of all router.

    So for you, you can connect with internal IP, and for your user give them your external IP (I test to connect and your server work fine)

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    Quote Originally Posted by florian_fr40 View Post
    Hello

    In your internat network, you can't use your external IP to connect on your server. This is a security measure of all router.

    So for you, you can connect with internal IP, and for your user give them your external IP (I test to connect and your server work fine)
    but I can connect to my server that's running on my pc with my wan IP

    and I saw you connected to the server and it was the one I'm running on my PC, not the one on the server

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    Are you positive your forwarded ports are being sent to the correct IP address?

    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthread.php?t=56314

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    Quote Originally Posted by poisonpanik View Post
    Are you positive your forwarded ports are being sent to the correct IP address?

    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthread.php?t=56314
    Yes, you can see in the screenshots that they are forwarded and to to correct IP

    IP
    http://i927.photobucket.com/albums/a.../portlanpc.jpg

    ports forwarded
    http://i927.photobucket.com/albums/a.../portlanpc.jpg

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    As florian_fr40 already said.
    You can't use your external IP in your own privat network. < Thats a normal behavior.
    The external IP is for you buddys. You should use the LAN IP or Local IP only.

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    Test your router with this site :

    http://www.canyouseeme.org/

    Edit by mod
    hey no adverts :P
    I fixed your link
    Last edited by florian_fr40; July 22nd, 2010 at 08:13 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    As florian_fr40 already said.
    You can't use your external IP in your own privat network. < Thats a normal behavior.
    The external IP is for you buddys. You should use the LAN IP or Local IP only.
    Ok I'll try that
    But then why am I able to connect to the ts running on my pc with my WAN ip and not on my server?


    Quote Originally Posted by florian_fr40 View Post
    Test your outer with this site :

    http://www.canyouseeme.org/

    Edit by mod
    hey no adverts :P
    I fixed your link
    thx but it times out

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    @ Dante696
    Welcome back and thanks to had fixed the link

    @Black Terror
    But then why am I able to connect to the ts running on my pc with my WAN ip and not on my server?
    This is a security problem. Maybe some router are not really secure. But this is an other subject.

    If canyouseeme answer you "time out", your forwared rules are not good.
    Deleted all rules, restart your router, and re try

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    Quote Originally Posted by florian_fr40 View Post
    @ Dante696
    Welcome back and thanks to had fixed the link

    @Black Terror


    This is a security problem. Maybe some router are not really secure. But this is an other subject.

    If canyouseeme answer you "time out", your forwared rules are not good.
    Deleted all rules, restart your router, and re try
    It also times out on the ports on my pc, and that ts3 server runs good




    So I've tried letting a friend connect to the teamspeak on my server and it didn't work.

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    Install teamviewer on your server PC. I'll try to help you with an remote control. MP me your IP and teamviewer key.

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