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  1. #1
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    Solved How can i use an DNS address for my server?

    can i create teamspeak3 server in my home that adres is not numbers but the letters?

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    if you have a domain, you can create a DNS setting for it. For example if your server IP is 199.199.199.199:99999 and your domain is www.mydomain.com you can create a DNS entry like this : ts3.mydomain.com.

    Then when you advertise your server you still have to add the port number so it will be : ts3.mydomain.com:99999.

    This is not recommended by Ts mind you, and you have to know what you are doing in regards to DNS.

    Besides this method, I don't think there is another way.

    Roundie

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    oke thx but how create those setting

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    Quote Originally Posted by maksikane View Post
    oke thx but how create those setting
    Who ever hosts your domain name (someone like GoDaddy or similar) can do this for you.

    I would suggest to not try and do it yourself if you have no experience with DNS.

    Roundie

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    It's very easy to use an DNS address.

    1. Go on http://www.no-ip.com/ or another provider
    2. Register and setup your custom address
    3. Download their tool on your computer or setup your router
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    ;o THX! it was easy ;o

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