How do I use my domain on TeamSpeak?

If you have a domain name that you have purchased through a domain registrar such as Godaddy, you can use that domain name to connect to your TeamSpeak server. For example if you own “” you can use “” or “” or “” inside of TeamSpeak to connect.

How do I port forward a TeamSpeak server?

Port Forwarding Question

  1. Log-in to router and navigate to port forwarding options.
  2. Assign port number to local IP address with correct port type, 9987 (UDP), 10011 (TCP) and 30033 (TCP)
  3. Apply forwarding rules on router.
  4. Configure Firewall, on inbound rules by creating new rules for server executable (ts3server.exe).

How do I add a channel to TeamSpeak?

Teamspeak Support :: How to create a channel in TeamSpeak 3

  1. Open Create Channel Window. Right click on the server name and select “Create Channel”
  2. Customize the Channel.

Does TeamSpeak use TCP?

It says that TeamSpeak 3 server uses these ports: 9987/udp for Voice. 30033/tcp for Filetransfer. 10011/tcp for ServerQuery.

What port does TeamSpeak 3 server use?

Which ports does the TeamSpeak 3 server use?

Service Protocol Local Port (Server)
Voice UDP 9987
Filetransfer TCP 30033
ServerQuery (raw) TCP 10011
ServerQuery (SSH) TCP 10022

How do I make a permanent channel on TeamSpeak?

Just click “create a channel” and set the type to “Permanent”. If you can’t click that option, get in touch with someone on that server who is able to maintain the permissions.

What is an AAAA record in DNS?

An AAAA Record (quad A Record) is another type of DNS Record that points a domain or subdomain to an IPv6 address, so that when someone types that domain or subdomain in the address bar, the browser knows where to go.

What is the difference between an A record and SRV record?

SRV record VS A record As the most commonly used resource record, the DNS A record is used for Forwarding DNS Resolution. It just points your hostname to an IP address. And the SRV is used to specify the location (hostname and port number) of specific service and how does your domain handle that service.