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  1. #1
    Join Date
    December 2012

    Angry TS3 SRV Record doesn't redirect port?

    So here's the issue.

    I once had a server running at and on the default port of 9987.

    I've since changed hosting for that domain (no longer running on a VPS), and now rent a Teamspeak server elsewhere, which runs on port 9360 - being a rented server as opposed to my own server, I have no control over the new port.

    Upon setting up a SRV record for my domain which looks like this:

    _ts3._udp IN SRV 10 5 9360
    _ts3._udp.ts3 IN SRV 10 5 9360
    I find connecting to or doesn't work, but and DOES.

    In other words, your SRV record implementation sucks. Why should I bother putting the port in the SRV record, when TS3 is just going to ignore it?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    December 2007
    To which server does point in his A records?

    Think your records should look like
    Code: 86400 IN SRV 10 5 9360
    What does you client log say to this?

  3. #3
    Join Date
    December 2012
    Quote Originally Posted by Elradon View Post
    Think your records should look like
    I left the "86400" part out, because that's just the TTL.

    The SRV records are correct. The client itself isn't redirecting properly. I can connect to but not It's not reading the port from the SRV record and redirecting properly.

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