TeamSpeak Server

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Maintainer

Sylvain Gomez
mailto:sylvaingomez@free.fr

Description

TeamSpeak is a quality, scalable application which enables people to speak with one another over the Internet. TeamSpeak consists of both client and server software. The server acts as a host to multiple client connections, capable of handling literally thousands of simultaneous users. This results in an Internet based teleconferencing solution that works in a variety of applications such as team mates speaking with one another while playing their favorite online game, small businesses cutting costs on long distance charges, or for personal communication with friends and family. For more information see http://www.goteamspeak.com/.

Licence

TeamSpeak is free of charge to non-commercial users. Please see their FAQ for more information on licensing and terms of use.

Installation

For installation just hit the following command

wget http://mirror.contribs.org/contribs/sgomez/contribs/teamspeak/smeserver-teamspeak-server-2.0.24.1-2.noarch.rpm
yum localinstall smeserver-teamspeak-server-2.0.24.1-2.noarch.rpm

Update

This RPM is not updatable. Please uninstall old version before installing the new one.

Uninstallation

For uninstall just hit the following command

yum remove smeserver-teamspeak-server

You can ignore the yum-comments signal event post-upgrade and signal-event reboot.

Use

Client side

  • Download and install latest TeamSpeak client (TS is available on all platforms)
  • Connect to your server with the client and enjoy!

You can see who is connected and connect to TeamSpeak using the new built-in website at http://yourdomain.com/tsweb

Tsweb.png

Server side

Important.png Note:
In server-only mode, you will have to forward UDP port 8767 from your router to your SME!

Administration

You will need admin and superadmin passwords which can be retrieved by typing this command at a linux-prompt

service teamspeak passwords
Important.png Note:
To connect with superadmin you have to go to slogin.html not login.html

Custom banner

If you want a custom banner, edit /opt/teamspeak/server.ini and add following lines at the end of the file:

[ISP] 
GFX URL=http://link_to_image/banner.jpg

Banner logo MUST BE JPG (150x80 pixels max)

Commandline

TeamSpeak's service accepts following commands:

service teamspeak {start|stop|restart|status|passwords}

To view the full configuration of TeamSpeak service:

config show teamspeak

Optionnal Firewall settings

  • You could want the web interface to be globaly accessible:
db configuration setprop teamspeak TCPPort 14534
signal-event remoteaccess-update
  • You could also want to view your server's activity on your website (if the web server is outside your LAN):
db configuration setprop teamspeak TCPPort 51234
signal-event remoteaccess-update

You can even use both:

db configuration setprop teamspeak TCPPort 14534,51234
signal-event remoteaccess-update
  • Allow another server instance on port 8768 (server still needs to be added in the web interface!)
db configuration setprop teamspeak UDPPort 8767,8768
signal-event remoteaccess-update
Important.png Note:
In server-only mode, you need to forward these ports from your router to your SME!


To revert to defaults settings, issue following commands:

db configuration delprop teamspeak TCPPort
db configuration setprop teamspeak UDPPort 8767
signal-event remoteaccess-update

Additional information


Sylvain Gomez (Cool34000)