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  1. #1
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    Flags of Countrys

    I have my server of ts but how can I to hide the flags of the countrys of all my users?

  2. #2
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    Is this really an SDK question?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ectoplasMJ View Post
    I have my server of ts but how can I to hide the flags of the countrys of all my users?
    Hide the flags is a client side option, nothing can be done from the server... AFAIK.

    In the TS3 client --> Settings --> Options --> Design --> Deactivate "Display country flag on clients"

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    Thanks guys.. but I saw other server and all users have a same flag

    http://i.imgur.com/1VwrrJF.png

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    That's the flag for Peru.
    If not all of the users are connecting from peru, then either their addresses have false country associations in the ip2location.com database or you modified the flags on your client and all countries have the same flag in your installation.

    To hide the flag in the info frame you'd need to modify the clientinfo.tpl in styles/default (or whatever style you use) and remove the flag from there.
    When sending PMs please make sure to include a reference link to the thread in question in the body of your message.

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    How can I modify or hide the flags of my all clients?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ectoplasMJ View Post
    How can I modify or hide the flags of my all clients?
    You can't do that.

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    View this server : 199.59.161.49

    http://i.imgur.com/aQwBmdz.png

    http://i.imgur.com/CdxAIze.png

    Why all people have flag of USA ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ectoplasMJ View Post
    View this server : 199.59.161.49

    http://i.imgur.com/aQwBmdz.png

    http://i.imgur.com/CdxAIze.png

    Why all people have flag of USA ?
    That is because this server uses a kind of NAT... all clients connect to teamspeak using the servers IP. Therefor all client have the same country information as the server has, which seems to be in the US.

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    How can I use NAT, is a software?

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    I think Barungar wants to use NAT based SLB with only one server. This will work, but I don't think the NAT will manipulate the users' IPs, which is the only thing you want. Maybe it works with Destination NAT.
    When using a VPN or proxy, it is more likely that the users' IPs will be manipulated. I had that several times when working for a company, but this was unwanted then.

    Anyway, this has nothing to do with TeamSpeak, so you should wander the interwebz to find a way to set one of these up.

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    The server on the screenshot from ectoplasMJ uses a NAT-technology to hide it's real IP and also equalizes all IPs of users. So every user who logs into that particular server is routed through a double-NAT. This results in a situation where it seems that all users and the server itself are located at the same IP. In that special case 199.59.161.49... In fact it isn't the real IP of the server and also it isn't the real IP of the users. It is used as a virtual IP used in double-NAT.

    It's a quite unusual but not impossible technique to hide the server's IP from the user and the user's IP form the server. Only the double-NAT engine does know all the real IPs.

    The technology used in that case is from Black Lotus Networks.

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