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  1. #1
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    Changing port and IP

    I wonder how I change the default ports to my teamspeak 10011, 9987, 30033, 41144, 2010, 2008 because I need to switch to the firewall to fit.

    I wonder how I call one another teamspeak ip inside my machine for bind

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    You can change the former 3 with command line parameters (See server_quickstart.txt in the docs Folder).
    As for the latter 3 those are fixed and cannot be changed. The 41144 one is used for the Serverlist which you can disable for every virtual server (Edit Virtual Server -> More -> Misc -> Enable Reporting to Web Server List) and once none of the Virtualservers are reporting the port should not be used after restarting the instance.
    The last two ports are used for Licensing / Accounting Server Connections if my memory serves me correcty.

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    Don't change these ports:
    41144(TCP in) ...TSDNS
    2010(UDP out) ...Weblist
    2008(TCP out) ...Accounting

  4. #4
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    If you have many problems
    Other suggestion is to buy a server from a Authorized Hoster http://hosting.teamspeakusa.com/

    It's very easy, you forget about the configuration and they do everything for you !!! think that your pc will rest and won't be conected 24/7, it's very expensive to have that.

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    Thank you for helping me more than I had put a rule in the firewall and the icons are gone there I set up according to one email teamspeak and the icons did not return for some people, can you help me? Have rebooted the machine, teamspeak and so far nothing ..

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    Any error message ?

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    <11:09:48> The icon for the server group "ƒк ✖ ✖ ℓ (994)" was not found.

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    Is the icon stored on the server or your local machine? If local machine, your clients wont see it.

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    Already got it, how do I change my teamspeak ip to another in my machine because it is opening on all ip's ..

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    Commandline Parameters.
    Read server_quickstart.txt in the docs Folder.

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    How do I put a limit of 30 slots in a 30 teamspeak and another for anyone to change the value of slots?

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    Right click on the server name, (top of the channels tree)
    Edit virtual server > Maximum Clients ...

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    Yes is more for my clients.

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    but then they are going to be able to change the slots Qro q I do not understand they change?

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    They can do it only if this permission is enabled, in their server group: b_virtualserver_modify_maxclients

    edit by mod
    Please edit your older post (if no new post from another user has been send meanwhile)
    Sucha deleted post filles the thread with useless posts :-/
    Last edited by dante696; May 4th, 2012 at 09:55 AM.

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