Since a few weeks I have clients random dropping out of my own Teamspeak server.
I checked with the VPS provider and they confirmed there was no outage at that point in time. Weird is that it affects random users.
2 days go, 2 users disconnected at the same time and connected back in instantly.
Anyone else experiencing this?
2020-05-10 13:52:12.925167|INFO |PktHandler |1 |Dropping client 447 because of ping timeout 19 0 0 2020-05-10 13:52:12.925789|INFO |PktHandler |1 |Dropping client 446 because of ping timeout 19 0 0 2020-05-10 13:52:12.926322|INFO |PktHandler |1 |Dropping client 445 because of ping timeout 19 0 0 2020-05-10 13:52:12.926150|INFO |VirtualServerBase|1 |client disconnected 'Vliet'(id:3156) reason 'reasonmsg=connection lost' 2020-05-10 13:52:12.927911|INFO |VirtualServerBase|1 |client disconnected 'jpdsc'(id:3115) reason 'reasonmsg=connection lost' 2020-05-10 13:52:12.928302|INFO |PktHandler |1 |Dropping client 444 because of ping timeout 19 0 0 2020-05-10 13:52:12.929378|INFO |PktHandler |1 |Dropping client 443 because of ping timeout 19 0 0 2020-05-10 13:52:12.929145|INFO |VirtualServerBase|1 |client disconnected 'RPDSC'(id:3155) reason 'reasonmsg=connection lost' 2020-05-10 13:52:12.933286|INFO |VirtualServerBase|1 |client disconnected 'Quak'(id:2691) reason 'reasonmsg=connection lost' 2020-05-10 13:52:12.934072|INFO |VirtualServerBase|1 |client disconnected 'yorrick1991'(id:2999) reason 'reasonmsg=connection lost'
Going to try and narrow it down to a possible random DDOS attack.
Changed the DNS settings and removed the @ and WWW from the DNS, only adding ts.domain.com. If this fixed the issue than it was a possible DNS scanner