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  1. #1
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    Server running, but cannot connect

    Installed in Ubuntu via aptitude with "sudo apt-get install teamspeak-server". When I try to connect with TeamSpeak Client to <server IP>:8767, it just says "Failed to connect to server".
    All relevant info below, please let me know if anything else is required I will gladly provide it. Fyi, I am an experienced Linux enthusiast, both personally and professionally. I work for a data center where I troubleshoot/maintain web servers every day. Feel free to request any advanced info that I'm not thinking of. Really stuck on this, wondering if it's an issue with the aptitude installer? Want to avoid having to install manually and create init.d script and all that manually.


    === /var/log/teamspeak-server.log ===
    05-03-14 17:15:41,ALL,Info,server, Server init initialized
    05-03-14 17:15:41,ALL,Info,server, Server version: 2.0.24.1 Linux
    05-03-14 17:15:42,ALL,Info,server, Starting VirtualServer id:1 with port:8767
    05-03-14 17:15:42,ALL,Info,server, Started VirtualServer id:1 with port:8767
    05-03-14 17:15:43,ALL,Info,server, Server init finished
    05-03-14 17:15:43,WARNING,Info,server, TeamSpeak Server daemon activated


    === netstat shows port is open ===
    $ netstat -anu | grep "8767"
    udp 0 0 <server IP>:8767 0.0.0.0:*
    I also tried leaving "BoundToIP1=" blank, which replaces my server's IP above with "0.0.0.0", but netstat does show port 8767 open correctly still:
    udp 0 0 0.0.0.0:8767 0.0.0.0:*


    === /etc/teamspeak-server/server.ini file ===
    [Main Config]
    BoundToIp1=198.7.57.144
    ExternalIPDectection=1 <-- original line in config from aptitude install
    ExternalIPDetection=1 <-- I added this fix just in case it was a typo
    HTTPServer Port=14534
    HTTPServer Enabled=1
    DateTimeFormat=dd-mm-yyyy hh:nn:ss
    TCPQueryPort=51234
    AllowedClientNameChars=
    DisAllowedClientNameChars=()[]{}

    [debug]
    MessageTypes=LMTALL
    MessageDepths=LMDALL

    [WebPost]
    AdminEmail=na
    ISPLinkURL=na
    ISPName=Private
    ISPCountryNumber=2457
    Enabled=1
    PostURL=
    ListPublic=0
    UserAgent=teamspeak

    [log]
    access_r=0
    access_u=0
    channel_registerred=1
    channel_unregisterred=1
    sa=1
    chat=1
    kick_server=1
    kick_channel=1

    [Spam]
    max_commands=10
    in_seconds=2


    === nmap from another server shows port 8767 ===
    <separate Linux server># nmap -sU -p U:8767 <server IP>
    Starting Nmap 5.21 ( http://nmap.org ) at 2014-03-05 11:11 EST
    Nmap scan report for <server IP>
    Host is up (0.00068s latency).
    PORT STATE SERVICE
    8767/udp open|filtered unknown


    === server info ===
    Ubuntu Server 12.04.4 LTS VPS fresh install, nothing else installed


    Noticed similar post here, but my setup is a bit different so making my own post as well.
    Last edited by geekyadam; March 6th, 2014 at 04:48 PM. Reason: Resolved

  2. #2
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    Server version: 2.0.24.1 Linux
    You are running a TeamSpeak 2 Server. Are you trying to connect to it with a TeamSpeak 2 client or a TeamSpeak 3 client?

  3. #3
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    That's a good point, I didn't realize it installed version 2. Looks like only version install-able via aptitude is version 2. Version 3 you have to do entirely manually, which I wanted to avoid. I uninstalled and installed Mumble instead.
    Thanks Matthias.

  4. #4
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    I searched but I don't see an option to mark this post resolved myself. Maybe an admin/support staff needs to?
    Also, feel free to remove "[UNSOLVED]" from the subject, I was under the impression that I would be able to modify that later, but I was wrong. Apologies.

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