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Thread: Tcp udp

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    Tcp udp

    Hello,

    On TS's website, we can read :

    the UDP protocol is a superior choice for real time voice communication, TeamSpeak 3 will also provide the option of using TCP instead of UDP

    I would like to know how to do that because my ports UDP are closed

    if we can't do it, is a possible for the guy who made the server, to set a voice port on a TCP port ?

    thanks you

    (I am not english so sorry for all the mistake I did )

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    The devs have said the option to use TCP for the voice port will be included eventually. Right now there is no option to use TCP for voice.

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    AFAMK Devs said TCP is to be included in final version.
    So, just wait

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcazar View Post
    AFAMK Devs said TCP is to be included in final version.
    So, just wait
    This won't happen!

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    Ok thank you for your answers :'(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flori-art View Post
    [I]the UDP protocol is a superior choice for real time voice communication



    using UDP is OK _IF_ you use it correctly :
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Real-ti...sport_Protocol

    in TS3, there are major losses in the audio-streams and nothing is done about it.
    Last edited by tha_specializt; October 13th, 2011 at 10:06 PM.

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