Yes, two of my friends tried to connect from outside of my network. I opened the 10011, 30033 and 9987 Ports. And I am the only one, that can connect with the Ipv4 to my server. And I know that the localhost adress is only for the PC that the server is Running on. I also gave my friends the Ipv4 adress to connect to the server but that didnt work, that is my problem.
Make sure your ISP allows UDP traffic.
This is blocked in some regions especially for Voice software like us.
Double check that you only opened UDP for the voice part.
Some router have problems when both protocols (TCP & UDP) are opened in one rule.
Not sure then why you mentioned that part with localhost from other pc.
Ok now Im lost, how do i make sure that my ISP allows UDP traffic, and what do you mean by double checking that i only opened udp for the voice part?
Btw. I noticed that you are from Berlin, would you like to continue in german?
- Just for the case. Are you sure you send the right IP?
You may use websites like www.whatismyip.com , www.myip.com to
- Open your router / firewall and check what setting is there for port 9987 or for the server in general.
- Read the manual for your router / firewall.
- Ask your ISP or try other applications where UDP is requiered.
- German is currently not part of this forum and i don’t think this would bring anything forward.
I have created a virtual server and I am not able to invite people to my server, even by using the INVITE BUDDY option. I give them my public IP address still get an error on their Teamspeak 3 Client.
I have port forwarded 9987 and 30033 ports of my router(D-Link 615), but still didn’t get any solution.
Hope you will contact me and figure out a solution .
Please take have a look in this Thread: [Solved] Hosting a TS3 Server at home
It’s not only needed to open/forward the specified ports to your device in your router but also for the firewall for the device your TeamSpeak server is running on.
And make sure to select the right protocolls.
For sharing your public IPv4 address make sure your ISP did assign such an address to you or people still won’t be able to connect to your server.
Ok thanks for you reply , but can you please tell me how to do STEP 2 which is below
I have done the FIRST STEP which is to add ts3server.exe . Ok for your information i have made them public which you can see
And I hope that this will resolve my problem
Did it actually solve your issue?
Btw. you should probably remove all the entries which do not exist anymore.
Make sure to tick
public for the profile depending on which profile you’ve choosed for your network.
I didn’t understand which entries should I remove.
Btw can you pls tell me how to Forward the ports of the server on my PC(can you give a step by step instruction
Better remove all entries and add the one you need again.
allow another app and select your TeamSpeak server and tick the checkbox for
That’s enough for the OS Windows.
Ok thanks for helping me out will tell my friend to connect and I hope it works
I am sorry to inform but its not working .
Can you tell me where to forward the Teamspeak Server ports in my PC , I guess this is the issue
Remove ALL yellow marked firewall rules with the name ‘TeamSpeak 3 Server’.
After doing that just…
…navigate to your TeamSpeak server directory and select your
Confirming this action will send you back to the list of allowed application (like on your screenshot).
Tick the checkbox
public since I don’t know the network type you’ve choosed.
Make sure the port forwarding made in your router is correct.
At least these ports need to opened up/forwarded to the PC your TeamSpeak server is running on.
|Service||Protocol||Local Port (Server)||Required?|
Watch out not to accidentally swap TCP/UDP ports.
A summary of all that can be found in this thread:
Sorry but its still not working.
Can we talk in discord or somewhere you suggest. Btw I live in India.
I have done all the steps but when I port check 9987 & 30033 ports its shows closed.
But one more thing there is not Option in the router configuration website that says Port forwarding.
Take a look
Clients are connecting to your server - to your network - using UDP/TCP connections on the specified ports.
These rules are inbound rules not outgoing.
So should I make it incoming??
Can we have a one on one conversation in ur server or stuff like that
pls help me i am creating server but friend cant join i opened three ports and added this ports in firewall but not working pls help me
I’m know this has been asked a ton and i’ve read through previous posts where people tried to get answers. but nothing seems to work.
I just installed teamspeak 3 server and client on my computer (computer 1)
I also installed teamspeak 3 client on a different computer (computer 2)
If i am on computer 1 and tell the client to connect to the server via the internal IP ( 192.168.1.99 ) it will connect just fine.
If I am on computer 2 and using my phone as a hotspot, and then using the teamspeak client on computer 2. using the external ip address 97.xx.xx.xx then computer 2 can connect to the teamspeak server on computer 1.
so far so good.
using the appropriate microphones on computer 1 and computer 2 we can hear each other.
things are going in the right direction so far.
if I go to computer 1 and tell the teamspeak client to use the external ip address to connect to the teamspeak server on computer 1. I get a failed to connect.
I have disabled my antivirus and firewall running on computer 1, just in case that was the issue, but that doesn’t help.
What am I missing?
the computer 1 is connected to your phone as well ?
some info are missing.