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    Quote Originally Posted by Techmandan View Post
    I'm using custom PORT for it. I have domain, ts3 subdomain is set to xxx.xxx.xxx (A). There is not any CNAME or NS record for my domain. Is there a way, to set domain to xxx.xxx.xxx:PORT? Because if I try it, it say Invalid IP address: enter a valid IP address. How to solve it? Thanks
    Yes, remove A record and add SRV record instead. SRV records allow for port specification as well as some other features.

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    How do I make a domain point to my server?

    How do I make my domain "FROM GODADDY" point to my teamspeak server: 192.99.99.248:3826

    This is the information I have sofar, what am I doing wrong/need because it's not working..

    https://gyazo.com/b0b9bf7679fc18ba275f5f9cec9c5ba2
    Last edited by dante696; October 11th, 2017 at 07:41 AM. Reason: merged

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamerframed View Post
    How do I make my domain "FROM GODADDY" point to my teamspeak server: 192.99.99.248:3826

    This is the information I have sofar, what am I doing wrong/need because it's not working..

    https://gyazo.com/b0b9bf7679fc18ba275f5f9cec9c5ba2
    service must be _ts3
    protocol must be _udp
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