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  1. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by bofh999 View Post
    the ts server has to run on multiple OS (linux ,..win..) [...skip...] have to solve it with qt
    Either that or just utilize any portable DNS query library. Google suggests this one: http://sourceforge.net/projects/adns/

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    Our next client release 3.0.8 will support SRV and TSDNS SRV records.
    This has been tested and tweaked so far.

    The clients priority for a connection will be:
    1. TSDNS SRV > 2. SRV > 3. TSDNS > 4. DNS > 5. IP

    -Logging for clients will show some extended informations about the connection.
    -Android and Iphone won't support this feature, when it is released for the normal client 3.0.8. It is planned to include this later.

    There is no release date yet, for a beta or stable version.
    Last edited by dante696; June 27th, 2012 at 10:51 AM.
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    That's awesome thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    Our next client release 3.0.8 will support SRV and TSDNS SRV records.
    This has been tested and tweaked so far.

    The clients priority for a connection will be:
    1. TSDNS SRV > 2. SRV > 3. TSDNS > 4. DNS > 5. IP
    Awesome!

    Does this fix the bug where TSDNS lookups are done when an IP address is given? And when a port is given I assume it bypasses any TSDNS or SRV lookups?

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    Thank you very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    The clients priority for a connection will be:
    1. TSDNS SRV > 2. SRV > 3. TSDNS > 4. DNS > 5. IP

    -Logging for clients will show some extended informations about the connection.
    Curious about what TSDNS SRV is going to be? SRV Record that specifies the Server to query for TSDNS which will then answer with the IP:Port Info as it used to do up till now?

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    TSDNS SRV, is your domain, that guides to a TSDNS server, that is running on the same machine or another server/computer.
    This TSDN server does the old job then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo-Vortex View Post
    Awesome!

    Does this fix the bug where TSDNS lookups are done when an IP address is given?
    No such bug is known to me. Looking at the code it should not happen, IPs are detected and not resolved.

    And when a port is given I assume it bypasses any TSDNS or SRV lookups?
    I am not sure I understand what exactly you mean here. Obviously when you do IPort neither TSDNS or SRV lookups take place. When you do domainort any SRV records will overwrite your port, and a TSDNS server has the option either overwrite it or to keep it in place via the $PORT variable in the TSDNS server config.

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    dns srv

    cname: example.net example.com
    srv: _ts3._udp.ts 3600 IN SRV 0 100 9187 example.com

    not support ?

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    SRV Records are supported since TeamSpeak Client Version 3.0.8 See Changelog.

    The Reason yours is not working is because the DNS Entry is invalid... (See Wikipedia).

    It needs to be _ts3._udp.example.com 3600 IN SRV 0 100 9187 example.com. you forgot the Domain Name which I wrote in bold for you.

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    cname: example.net example.com -> srv record
    support ?

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    AFAICT, SRV records are not fully working as expected in TS.

    My records:
    Code:
    _ts3._udp.ts 86400 IN SRV 0 5 9987 machine1
    _ts3._udp.ts 86400 IN SRV 10 5 9987 machine2
    The expected behaviour is to try to connect to machine1, and then try to connect to machine2 if it fails. Currently, it just fails. Too bad.

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    As mentioned before on the forums, the SRV records only considers the highest priority. Not usable for a fallback setup.

  15. #75
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    And that is exactly the reason I post here for someone to reopen this request as SRV records are just bloody useful for a fallback setup and TeamSpeak should really support that. If you really need to go this route, just add something in TSDNS to do the same but fallback servers are something needed to have a reliable service.

    When I said “as expected” it was “as expected by any sysadmin using SRV records”. Please, make TeamSpeak more standard-compliant…

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