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Than port opening ? Crying or Very Sad
Hello, I use kerio 6 in Windows server 2003, in the a short time that I carry working with the I could have understood it to perfection, but I have a doubt, that the teanspeaker uses port,
Install it at my company to mount a shawl for voice, and to be able to get in touch with the server I had to open all of the ports, after I almost kill myself configuring each port for each conection, this I can not permit him.
If some of you he can tell me of yours than ports opening stop to be able to connect users to teanspeaker, I will thank them for life.
Greetings joel
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"To get your TeamSpeak server working behind a router/firewall you only need to forward/open port 8767 UDP."

Source: TeamSpeak FAQ

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Team Speak 3 Default port:
TCP/UDP: 9987
File transfer:
TCP: 30033
TCP: 10011

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