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Posts posted by terrahertz

  1. 6 minutes ago, mikat said:

    H440? on the plane? isn't that a little big? and yes i'd pack the gpu seperately, but in an anti static bag :)

    Well unfortunately thats what i decided to build in :( .. the other option would be to ship it but that would take almost 2 weeks to arrive and i don't really trust those guys with it...

    Also thanks for your help

  2. Hey, in the coming weeks im going to be moving abroad meaning im gong to have to take my desktop computer and setup with me on the plane... My plan was to check the computer in as luggage and take out the GPU, hard drives and RAM... I feel like this is not going to go so well so if anyone has any tips or experiences, please let me know. Thanks :)

    -Also if you want to know specs, just check below.

  3. Hi there guys but would any of you know temps for i7 4790k as I'm checking Real Temp as of yesterday to see the temps and i'm seeing 94 degrees under max load is that normal or not my pc is cooled via custom liquid cooling along with gpu cooled added in the loop.

    This is what happens to me with a stock cooler.... but watercooling? there must be something wrong with your loop!

  4. Heres a basic checklist:

    does your router allow the port forward: port 9987udp. Does the port forward go to your server local IP?   If your ip is for your server, then it should be port 9987 allowing all clients in and be on the local computer of 


    Also, make sure Windows firewall allows it.  A very important one I've actually had to help a few people with is if they have to NATs.  Meaning, if your modem isn't in bridged mode it will need to be bridged or port forwarded.  If you can bridge directly to your router, then you have to port forward from your modem to your router and from your router to your server.


    Make sure no antivirus is blocking it, and that the teamspeak settings are correct. 

    I can confirm that all you mentioned is done! im just gonna give up and use mumble :/ It just works!


    New here so i would really like some advice on new build unfortunately i have no clue on what parts to use so please suggestions. i want to basically build  an HTPC for my living room i don't want nothing fancy all im going to do is watch blu-ray movies some music some internet videos and loadd kodi (xbmc) and store my own collection of movies and music. 

    like i said no clue but im gonna give it a shot and build myself so do i need a graphics card what motherboard any help would be great.



    PCPartPicker part list: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/9M9QWZ
    Price breakdown by merchant: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/9M9QWZ/by_merchant/
    CPU: Intel Pentium G3258 3.2GHz Dual-Core Processor  ($63.00 @ SuperBiiz) 
    Motherboard: ASRock Z97M Anniversary Micro ATX LGA1150 Motherboard  ($74.99 @ Newegg) 
    Memory: Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory  ($42.99 @ Amazon) 
    Storage: Kingston SSDNow V300 Series 240GB 2.5" Solid State Drive  ($75.60 @ SuperBiiz) 
    Storage: Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive  ($41.00 @ Amazon) 
    Case: Silverstone ML03B HTPC Case  ($54.00 @ SuperBiiz) 
    Power Supply: Corsair CX 500W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply  ($49.99 @ Micro Center) 
    Optical Drive: Asus BW-12B1ST/BLK/G/AS Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Writer  ($39.99 @ Newegg) 
    Total: $441.56
    Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2015-09-04 03:06 EDT-0400
    See what you think

  6. Gotcha. When I get home tonight I'll do some testing and fire you the results. Grand scheme of things TeamSpeak should be stupidly simple to manage... With the Windows Firewall off and forwarding set up it should work. There's always a chance 9987 is blocked by your ISP but since you tested a port in the 20000- range that's unlikely to be the issue. 


    I'll get back to you tonight unless you/someone figures out a solution before then. 

    Thank you so much... Because of time zones ill probably be asleep but ill answer in the morning or just stay up all night :) Thanks alot!

  7. One other thing I can think of: is your modem also a router? For example I have a Linksys Docsis modem/router combo my ISP gave me and I have a Netgear wireless router plugged into that. When I set up any kind of forwarding I have to forward to the Netgear in the modem/router combo and then forward to the actual computer in the Netgear router... but then again you said you're running a Minecraft server and that all forwarded correctly eh?


    I host both of my TeamSpeak servers on virtual private servers so the configuration and setup is a little different... but if you're not in a huge hurry when I get home tonight I can fire up a TS3 server on one of my computers at home and see if there's any weird configuration necessary to get it working. 

    No the isp just gave us a modem and i bought router separately  

  8. if anyone is intersted hete is my ini file



    Just out of curiosity have you had a friend try and connect to TS3 using your WAN IP remotely? It's unlikely but your router could be doing something weird when it realises it's your WAN IP. Alternatively you could use a mobile TS3 client on a smart phone over LTE (disconnect from WiFi) to test.


    Another question is whether or not another computer on your network can connect using instead of just using localhost from the server itself. 

    A few things to try as well:


    • Disable the Windows Firewall.
      • Start
      • open Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
      • Right-click Windows Firewall with Advanced Security on the left and select Properties
      • Private Profile -> Firewall State: Off
      • Public Profile -> Firewall State: Off
    • If you have anti-virus that includes network monitoring or "internet security" such as Norton Internet Security, turn it off. 

      UDP traffic is often filtered and blocked by security software unless it's common UDP traffic like NTP or DNS.

      • Find the icon on your task bar by the clock and right-click it. 
      • There will generally be a disable option.


    Yes a few friends of mine have tried to connect but the same error pops up.

    Yes i managed to acces the server from my main pc using

    I have tried disabling the firewall on windows and on my router...still notzhing and i do not use any anti virus.

  10. The is definitely fine. This is ts3server.ini from one of my TS3 servers:


    and it works fine.


    The question I have for you is whether or not you can connect to the query port externally? Pop open your favourite telnet client such as PuTTy (or use the CLI), put your WAN IP in the connect to box, 10011 in the port, and select telnet as the protocol (CLI: telnet wan-IP 10011).


    It should give you something like this:

    root@omn:/etc/apache2/sites-enabled# telnet avz.<redacted> 10011Trying <redacted>...Connected to avz.<redacted>.Escape character is '^]'.TS3Welcome to the TeamSpeak 3 ServerQuery interface, type "help" for a list of commands and "help <command>" for information on a specific command.

    If it works type 'quit' and hit enter or close the window.


    I'd also be curious how TS3 handles being on a non-standard port in case your ISP is blocking it. In your ts3server.ini change default_voice_port to something like 10123 and forward that port in your router. Then in your TS3 client use 10123 as the server port.


    As a side note, although it doesn't matter... In your router you have "both" selected as the protocol for your forwards and you can be more specific: TS3 voice (9987) is UDP, and the query and file transfer ports are TCP. This is from a Linux firewall (iptables) but these are the rules I use:

    # Allow TS3## Primary TS3 (500 client)-A INPUT -i eth0 -p udp --dport 9987 -j ACCEPT## Test instance (12 client)-A INPUT -i eth0 -p udp --dport 9989 -j ACCEPT## Query and File Transfer-A INPUT -i eth0 -p tcp --dport 10011 -j ACCEPT-A INPUT -i eth0 -p tcp --dport 30033 -j ACCEPT

    You can see I specify UDP and TCP. It won't actually make a difference in your case but it's best to only open the things you need.

    I actually just tried to change the port from 9987 to 27020 with putty. it worked because in the log it says that it is searching on I also forwarded that port and ive tried to specify 27020 to udp and 10011 and 30033 to tcp but still nothing.

  11. Okay, so.


    First of all, you installed the server normally and all that stuff.

    Then you port forwarded it? Both as port 9987 and the protocol as both? And the IP adress of

    Then you tried to connect with Localhost and you could connect, but when connecting with the IP it did not connect? Also, ports show as closed. 

    Everyone trying to connect is on the same network but Wireless? Or by Ethernet? Or both? Or are they in a different location?


    If you have not done some of these, try doing it.


    I think it is a port problem (80% sure), so try to re-install the server on a different port and then port forward on that new port.

    I did all of that.. I manage to connect from my main computer with which acts as localhost on server pc... My friend are connecting from different locations.