Configuring server settings

Once you have successfully installed TeamSpeak 3 Server, it’s important to configure the server settings to customize the environment according to your needs. This documentation will guide you through the process of configuring server settings in TeamSpeak 3.

Accessing Server Configuration #

To configure server settings in TeamSpeak 3, follow these steps:

  1. Launch TeamSpeak 3 Server on your server machine.
  2. Open a web browser and enter the IP address or hostname of the server, followed by the default web administration port (usually “https://your-server-ip:10011“).
  3. Log in to the web administration interface using the server admin privilege key that was generated during the first server start-up.

Server Configuration Options #

TeamSpeak 3 provides various configuration options to customize your server environment. Some of the key configuration areas include:

Virtual Server Settings #
  • General Settings: Set the virtual server name, welcome message, maximum number of clients, and more.
  • Privilege Keys: Manage privilege keys for granting administrative access, server groups, and other permissions.
  • Server Groups: Create and manage server groups with specific permissions for users.
  • Channels: Configure channel settings, including channel creation, deletion, and permissions.
Security Settings #
  • Anti-Flood: Set flood protection limits to prevent spamming and abuse.
  • IP Whitelist/Blacklist: Manage IP address whitelists and blacklists to control access to the server.
  • Permissions: Fine-tune user permissions by creating and managing permission groups.
Network Settings #
  • Server Query: Enable or disable the server query interface and set query credentials.
  • Server Logging: Configure logging options to track server activity and troubleshoot issues.
Voice Settings #
  • Codec Selection: Choose the preferred voice codec for communication.
  • Quality of Service (QoS): Enable QoS to prioritize voice traffic for improved audio quality.
  • Echo Cancellation: Enable echo cancellation to minimize audio echo during conversations.
File Transfer Settings #
  • File Transfer: Enable or disable file transfers and set bandwidth limits.
  • File Browser: Configure file browser settings, such as upload and download directories.
Notifications #
  • Events: Customize server events and notifications, such as user joins, leaves, or server restarts.
  • Poke Settings: Adjust poke settings, including poke message display duration.

Saving and Applying Configuration Changes #

After making any configuration changes, ensure to save and apply the settings for them to take effect. Look for a “Save” or “Apply” button within the web administration interface, typically located at the bottom of the configuration page.

Conclusion #

Configuring server settings in TeamSpeak 3 allows you to tailor the server environment to meet your specific requirements. By accessing the web administration interface and navigating through the available configuration options, you can customize various aspects of the server, such as virtual server settings, security settings, voice settings, and more. Remember to save and apply your configuration changes for them to take effect. With proper server configuration, you can create a well-optimized and secure environment for voice communication within your TeamSpeak 3 Server.

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