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Another way to connect to a server with the TeamSpeak Windows client is via a webbrowser. The way to do it is as follows: teamspeak://{server_address}:{port} The parameters in the link are "nickname", "loginname", "password", "channel", "subchannel", ...
Usually the configuration file of the TeamSpeak 2 client is located in a hidden directory. * For Windows the file is located in '%appdata%/teamspeak2'. The file is called 'TeamSpeak.Conf'. * For Linux the logfile is on your 'home' directory, in the ...
Sometimes it is possible to register yourself with a server. The advantages of registering are numerous, for example the different privileges you acquired will be remembered. Depending on the servers configuration you are able to register yourself. _...
You can not set your own codec as user. Instead, the client automaticly conforms to the codec that is set for the channel you are in. So, if the channel is set to CELP 5.1, you will send and recieve CELP 5.1 encoded data. So if you want a different code...
This is for those of you that are having problems running the game while TeamSpeak is running (like getting no sound in game or the game refuses to start). ARE YOU USING ALSA (ADVANCED LINUX SOUND ARCHITECTURE)? First thing to do is check if you are ru...
A timeout issue can in certain cases be solved by switching the client into the debug mode. Some firewalls can cause timeout problems as well, so deactivate the firewall for testing. Wireless networks may as well be the cause of timeout problems. Try to c...
_Symptoms:_ While beeing in a game, you cannot run, you are crouching permanently and/or your keybindings stop working as supposed to do. _Solutions:_ This is caused by a weird bug in Microsoft's DirectX. In many cases, disabling the NUM-block by pres...
These letters are called flags. The following flags are available: _User flags - Server based:_ * U = Unregistered user Unregistered users normally have less rights then registered users. Unregistered users CAN get AV, AO, CA or SA, but these rights ...
The client could not make a connection to the destination server you're trying to connect to. Either something is blocking the connection request or there is no server at the end. _Possible reasons:_ * You entered an IP or port which is not correct o...
This message indicates that you're trying to connect to a TeamSpeak 2 RC1 Server with a TeamSpeak 2 RC2 Client or vice versa. As you can see from this errormessage, RC1 and RC2 are incompatible, so you should update both (server and client) to TeamSpeak...
Please notice that this error is 99.99% a problem on the master server generating this list. In most cases this is not a client side problem so you can usually do nothing about it apart from waiting. So please do not spam the forum with "I can't get the...
Upgrade your TeamSpeak client. You are using an old version of it that doesn't have support for the variety of new codecs the modern ones have.
The client has a switch in Settings -> Options -> Other where you can specify how much detail to add into the logfile - while you are hunting a problem you may want to put this to 'Debug'. * For Windows the logfile is in the directory where you instal...
The TeamSpeak 2 client uses RANDOM ports from the whole 1024-65535 range for source port and sends to port 8767 (UDP) unless indicated otherwise. The client doesn't usually require any configuration of routers or firewalls. Do NOT setup your router to d...