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Teamspeak Server Isn't Working

Discussion in 'Network and Server Status' started by British Jack, Aug 18, 2015.

  1. Bryan

    Bryan Administrator

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    Very touchy. Has some reboots and then refuses to boot up with the .ini file for custom ports. Then I have to go in and restart it manually. It's very annoying.
     
  2. IEpicDestroyer

    IEpicDestroyer Premium VPS Client

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    Oh.... can't you use iptables to force data received from a port to another port and block external traffic to said port?
     
  3. Bryan

    Bryan Administrator

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    The issue is I don't want the traffic blocked. You can't really block the main TS port without giving people some way of accessing it. And if I forward from the default port to the custom port, that doesn't really help with attacks.
     
  4. Kuffy

    Kuffy Premium Hosting Client

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    I'll try to check all the old stuff over the next few weeks. I haven't looked at radio kuffy either, or the VPS hosting that I bought. I'm a bit caught up with B2evolution on the Name Stag, and I installed it on Brexit Uncovered after removing Drupal. Things are going reasonably well for me, and, of course, that means more work off the net. The Bitcoin forks have created another diversion. I picked up a bit more from domain sales, and I've now got some free coins in Bitcoin cash and Bitcoin Gold if I get round to claiming them.
     
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  5. IEpicDestroyer

    IEpicDestroyer Premium VPS Client

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    Do you allow Teamspeak to upload it's own details to the public list? I run a Teamspeak server somewhere else and I haven't had any issues with it. There's no DDoS protection on the VPS I run it on (however I should get some..).
     

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