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Setting up a TeamSpeak Server (VoIP VPS)

Reference Number: AA-00924 Created: 2012-09-20 13:26 Last Updated: 2012-10-10 02:20 0 Rating/ Voters

In this tutorial we will be setting up a TeamSpeak server. This is the free version of the server without the licence fees, and can have up to 32 clients connected at the same time.

Installing the Server on your Windows VPS

Download the most recent version of the server here, and save it to you hard drive.


Once finished, connect to your VPS using “Remote Desktop Connection”. Enter you server information, but before you connect open the options tab.

  • This is the same IP address that will be used when connecting from the TeamSpeak Client.


Navigate to the local resources tab and open the more devices window.


Here you will find all of the local drive that can be loaded when you connect to your VPS. Select the drive that you want to load.

  • If you saved the installer to the desktop you will want to load the C: drive.


Once you found the correct drive continue connecting to the VPS like normal. When you have connected you will notice that the drive(s) selected can be found in My Computer. Navigate to the zip file and copy it to your desktop, then extract the files. When the files have finished extracting run the “ts3server.exe”


A window will popup giving you the server query login name and password, as well as the server admin token. Write these down because you will need them later.

  • When you connect to the client for the first time you will be required to enter the Token key.


Firewall Settings

The firewall settings will need to be altered to allow people to connect to the TeamSpeak server, to do this go to the “Server Manager” under configuration.


You will need to create a two new inbound rules, the first one 9987 (UDP) the second rule you will need to allow both port 30033 and port 10011 (TCP). Once both of these rules have been enabled you and your friends will be able to connect to your very own TeamSpeak server, just remember to run the “ts3server.exe” first!

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