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Pookaluchia
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Teamspeak port forwarding

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I just had FIOS installed today and am in the process of setting everything back up. I have several ports forwarded on to allow for a Minecraft server for my son and a TeamSpeak server I manage. I have set up port forwarding on the Verizon MI424WR router and the Minecraft server is working just fine. However no matter what I do I can't get the Teamspeak ports open. Is there any reason Verizon would block port 9987 on their side or am I missing something here?

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I think the only port they block is 25. You can use a port scanner to see if the port is open. You can also do a temporary dmz of the machines IP to test if it is a port forwarding issue.

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@Pookaluchia wrote:

I just had FIOS installed today and am in the process of setting everything back up. I have several ports forwarded on to allow for a Minecraft server for my son and a TeamSpeak server I manage. I have set up port forwarding on the Verizon MI424WR router and the Minecraft server is working just fine. However no matter what I do I can't get the Teamspeak ports open. Is there any reason Verizon would block port 9987 on their side or am I missing something here?


All ports are openable using port forwarding rules.  Must be something incorrect about your rule, possibly you said TCP not UDP for port 9987?

 

should say

UDP any -> 9987

TCP any -> 30033

TCP any-> 10011

TCP any -> 41144

 

all the other ports appear to be outbound and they should not be an issue

https://support.teamspeakusa.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/44/0/which-ports-are-being-us...

 

 

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It's very important that the SOURCE port be specified as ANY for any port forwards.

If it's not, your port forwards won't work.

 

However, since your port forward for Minecraft is working, I suspect that's not the problem, but worth double checking.

Can you post a screen shot of your port forward rules?

 

 

 

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Re: Teamspeak port forwarding

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Ok im slapping myself in the face. Help please.

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What did i do wrong?

Do i port foward it to my public ip?

or my ip of the pc its running off of?

Pleaseeee

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@Maddenn wrote:

Ok im slapping myself in the face. Help please.

HELP.PNG

What did i do wrong?

Do i port foward it to my public ip?

or my ip of the pc its running off of?

Pleaseeee


Forwad it to the IP address of your computer. "All Broadband Devices" suggest that it is forwarding to your router.

 

The rules look correct otherwise.

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