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  1. #1
    Join Date
    December 2009
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    Unknown Cilent Logging into Server

    I been lately having a unknown cilent logging into the server. This server needs a password to login and seems that this cilent getting pass it. The following is what I see

    "[Unknown from 85.25.231.139:510] Unknown from 85.25.231.139:36526" dropped (connection lost).

    The ip address remains the same but the port number changes on each login. I have added the ip address to the ban list which comes up as serverquery and the country flag id's as united states. I have change the password but no luck there with this cilent still be able to login. Any help with this problem in how to make the ts3 server secure.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2010
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    Hello

    This is a query client. The server password have no effect on the query port.
    Sound like a TS viewer (for website).

    If you don't want it, add this IP on the "blacklist_query_ip.txt" file (in the server folder).
    If you rent your teamspeak server, ask to you hoster.
    Last edited by florian_fr40; February 23rd, 2011 at 02:00 PM.

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by florian_fr40 View Post
    Hello

    This is a query client. The server password have no effect on the query port.
    Sound like a TS viewer (for website).

    If you don't want it, add this IP on the "whitelist_query_ip.txt" file (in the server folder).
    If you rent your teamspeak server, ask to you hoster.
    If he wants to block that IP wouldn't he add it to the blacklist_query_ip.txt?

  4. #4
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    OMG exactly

    Sorry it by repeating the method for hosters to allow the viewer script.
    (fixed)

  5. #5
    Join Date
    March 2011
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    "Unknown from 127.0.0.1" Spam - Ts3 Webviewer Widget

    Hey,

    I'm using a Ts3 Webviewer Widget on a Wordpress Blog.
    It works alright (except for updating - no ajax support)

    The only thing which is really annoying,

    if you'Re on the server the serverlog gets spammed with messages like this:
    Code:
    <04:39:34> "Unknown from 127.0.0.1:53478" hat die Verbindung getrennt (disconnecting)
    <04:41:48> "Unknown from 127.0.0.1:53578" betrat den Server
    <04:41:48> "Unknown from 127.0.0.1:53578" hat die Verbindung getrennt (disconnecting)
    <04:41:48> "Unknown from 127.0.0.1:53582" betrat den Server
    <04:41:48> "Unknown from 127.0.0.1:53582" hat die Verbindung getrennt (disconnecting)
    <04:42:08> "Unknown from 127.0.0.1:53595" betrat den Server
    <04:42:08> "Unknown from 127.0.0.1:53595" hat die Verbindung getrennt (disconnecting)
    <04:43:14> "Unknown from 127.0.0.1:53640" betrat den Server
    <04:43:14> "Unknown from 127.0.0.1:53640" hat die Verbindung getrennt (disconnecting)
    Is there any way how to hide those messages in the serverlog?

    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthrea...-Widget-Plugin

    thats the plugin btw.


    edit: this happens everytime somebody visits the website
    Last edited by shadoom; March 13th, 2011 at 04:50 AM. Reason: added a short info

  6. #6
    Join Date
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    Set yourself or other member/groups a low i_client_serverquery_view_power or deactivate it local for youself
    under Settings > Options > Application "Show ServerQuery clients"

  7. #7
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    This happend to me with game tracker, some one signed up my server to this site with out my permission and then the bot started comming in. I contacted them and had them ban my server address from ever being able to sign up to there service.

    ***NOTE- being listed on a web server list is probably the worst thing you can do for your server SHUT off the ts3 web server lists and DONT use game tracker or what ever else there is like it. THEORY- Im a trouble maker and i want to torment some ts3 server whats the first thing i would do......I would find a server on the web server list and target it- END THEORY. Since i dont show on any web server lists i have NO problems with random idiots comming in and doing dumb stuff. We recruit our members via the games we play! and we screen all potential members in short NO RANDOM IDIOTS target my server via webserver lists simply cuz they cant see me

  8. #8
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    March 2011
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    Random Connections Every Minutes...Please Help!

    So every minute or so a random (change every time) IP address connects to my server then disconnects within 1 second. Its really annoying. I rent my server, and it is password protected. Does anyone know why this is happening and how can I stop it?

    Example of whats happening:

    <15:58:43> "Unknown from 208.167.243.82:44649" connected
    <15:58:43> "Unknown from 208.167.243.82:44649" dropped (connection lost)
    <16:00:13> "Unknown from 208.167.242.62:49098" connected
    <16:00:13> "Unknown from 208.167.242.62:49098" dropped (connection lost)
    <16:01:18> "Unknown from 212.187.246.128:48140" connected
    <16:01:18> "Unknown from 212.187.246.128:48140" dropped (connection lost)
    <16:02:46> "Unknown from 68.232.160.122:42918" connected
    <16:02:46> "Unknown from 68.232.160.122:42918" dropped (connection lost)
    <16:04:15> "Unknown from 216.155.146.22:47717" connected
    <16:04:15> "Unknown from 216.155.146.22:47717" dropped (connection lost)
    <16:05:16> "Unknown from 208.167.245.169:53897" connected
    <16:05:16> "Unknown from 208.167.245.169:53897" dropped (connection lost)
    <16:06:41> "Unknown from 68.232.167.118:40391" connected
    <16:06:41> "Unknown from 68.232.167.118:40391" dropped (connection lost)
    <16:08:10> "Unknown from 208.167.243.82:46523" connected
    <16:08:10> "Unknown from 208.167.243.82:46523" dropped (connection lost)
    <16:09:15> "Unknown from 208.167.244.169:36303" connected
    <16:09:15> "Unknown from 208.167.244.169:36303" dropped (connection lost)

  9. #9
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    March 2011
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    Sorry if I posted in the wrong section, please move.

  10. #10
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    This is most likely a website like Gametracker or TSViewer. If you go to SETTINGS-OPTIONS->APPLICATION and uncheck SHOW SERVERQUERY CLIENTS you can stop hearing it.

  11. #11
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    March 2011
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    5
    Thanks for the help; problem solved.

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