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Cant connect to my Teamspeak 3 server using wan ip...

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I am quite sure i portforwarded  everything correctly on my router and that i have the correct wan ip but the only way i can connect is through localhost. Here are a few screenshots and the logs of the server and client. I am running Windows 10 pro 64-bit on my main pc while windows 8.1 pro 64-bit on the server pc. Hope its ok if i blacked out the ip... I also dont know why it says windows 7 on server log and windows 8 on client log. My router is the linksys wrt120n

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Did you check the firewall of your windows?

When I installed TS3 server on my Windows 2012 R2 Server I had to make a rule in the windows firewall to allow TS3 to communicate.


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Did you check the firewall of your windows?

When I installed TS3 server on my Windows 2012 R2 Server I had to make a rule in the windows firewall to allow TS3 to communicate.

The rule was already there when i checked..


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From experience with TS3, it's a lot less stress to just buy a cheapo server somewhere. Even as a techie guy I give up when it comes to TS3 servers. Ventrilo and Mumble were always easier.


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Are you trying it with a computer somewhere on the internet or are you using a computer on your LAN connection?

 

Computers on LAN can't connect with other computers on LAN using the WAN IP.

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Well, I guess it'd be worth double checking if 192.168.1.105 is the Private IP of your server, also, try running TS server on another PC and changing your ports accordingly.


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Are you trying it with a computer somewhere on the internet or are you using a computer on your LAN connection?

 

Computers on LAN can't connect with other computers on LAN using the WAN IP.

They are both connect to the same network via Ethernet.. i can join with localhost but i cant with the wan ip meaning friends cant join..


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Well, I guess it'd be worth double checking if 192.168.1.105 is the Private IP of your server, also, try running TS server on another PC and changing your ports accordingly.

It is because i run other servers of it such as a minecraft server for my friends.. that works fine...


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Are you trying it with a computer somewhere on the internet or are you using a computer on your LAN connection?

 

Computers on LAN can't connect with other computers on LAN using the WAN IP.

That's odd, I've connected to systems on my LAN network via my public IP plenty of times without problem.


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From experience with TS3, it's a lot less stress to just buy a cheapo server somewhere. Even as a techie guy I give up when it comes to TS3 servers. Ventrilo and Mumble were always easier.

I managed to get mumble setup but teamspeak is just better made so i would prefer using it


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It is because i run other servers of it such as a minecraft server for my friends.. that works fine...

Your response doesn't seem to fit in with what I said.


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Your response doesn't seem to fit in with what I said.

What i meant to say is that 192.168.1.105 is the correct private ip because i use it for other server that work fine ... and i have tried running ts3 server on my main pc which gave me exactly the same error...


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Check that? On all PC's and see what happens.


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What i meant to say is that 192.168.1.105 is the correct private ip because i use it for other server that work fine ... and i have tried running ts3 server on my main pc which gave me exactly the same error...

Oh right, fair enough then, I wish I could help you, when I run TS3 Server, it just werks.

 

So annoying when network stuff just doesn't work, and you can't figure out why.


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So annoying when network stuff just doesn't work, and you can't figure out why.

I feel you there brah......


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Oh right, fair enough then, I wish I could help you, when I run TS3 Server, it just werks.

 

So annoying when network stuff just doesn't work, and you can't figure out why.

Its ok thx for trying to help


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@terrahertz http://www.canyouseeme.org

 

Check that? On all PC's and see what happens.

It tells me Error: I could not see your service on ... on port (9987)

Reason: Connection timed out


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Considering you can join with Localhost, there is a very strong indication that something is blocking that or a port is not forwarded correctly. Also I have not much experience in setting up TS3 servers but why is it listening on 0.0.0.0:9987


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Considering you can join with Localhost, there is a very strong indication that something is blocking that or a port is not forwarded correctly. Also I have not much experience in setting up TS3 servers but why is it listening on 0.0.0.0:9987

I  have no idea.. the last time i set one of these up was 2 years ago and it just worked...

 

Edit - I saw some people with similar problems that said that their ISP was blocking UDP access but other servers just work...


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I  have no idea.. the last time i set one of these up was 2 years ago and it just worked...

 

Edit - I saw some people with similar problems that said that their ISP was blocking UDP access but other servers just work...

What router do you have? Are you sure you port forwarded correctly with all possible ports (9987). Who is your ISP? Do you live in the UK or US or another place?


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What router do you have? Are you sure you port forwarded correctly with all possible ports (9987). Who is your ISP? Do you live in the UK or US or another place?

I have the linksys wrt120n. as far as i know everything is forwarded correctly.. I live in Malta and my isp is Melita.... ( http://www.melita.com/ )


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I see your problem but I can't tell you what is causing it

 

"Listening on 0.0.0.0"

 

Thats not right.

 

Did you try and bind TS3 to your external IP? If so don't. Let it bind to your internal IP then forward the port in your router and it will open it up to your external IP.


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I see your problem but I can't tell you what is causing it

 

"Listening on 0.0.0.0"

 

Thats not right

Yeah it doesnt seem right.. is there like some config file or so?


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I have the linksys wrt120n. as far as i know everything is forwarded correctly.. I live in Malta and my isp is Melita.... ( http://www.melita.com/ )

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 192.168.1.105?

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.


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I see your problem but I can't tell you what is causing it

 

"Listening on 0.0.0.0"

 

Thats not right.

 

Did you try and bind TS3 to your external IP? If so don't. Let it bind to your internal IP then forward the port in your router and it will open it up to your external IP.

I think the 0.0.0.0 IP address means it is applying for every IP, I guess he could change it to 192.168.1.1 maybe? Or is it looking for 192.168.1.105?


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