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    March 2012
    Gothenburg, Sweden

    Hosting different UDP port, and hosting on 2 ports for same virtual server?

    Hey everyone!

    My workplace has a firewall that does not work well with the default ports configured on my teamspeak server.

    My issue is now, is there any way to have 2 ports working intermittently for the same virtual server (not 2 seperate)? Perhaps it'd be possible to have 1 port per virtual server, and have one virtual server redirect the user to the other one like a HTML redirect?

    I would be very thankful for any suggestive ideas. My two most important goals is that I want to preserve the users already connecting to my teamspeak server (I don't want them to have to specify a custom port), and I also want to be able to connect to my server from work. Proxies are fine too, but I simply would not know how to configure a proxy to go through my server computer with teamspeak..?

    Edit: I also heard rumors that Teamspeak 3 will support using TCP protocol and no UDP at all for people with firewall issues. Last time I posted about this same issue but less elaborately, noone gave me a reply.

    Thank you all in advance.
    Last edited by qvazzler; July 22nd, 2012 at 12:13 PM. Reason: Adding some info

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