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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by ac_roma » Mon Mar 30, 2015 6:34 am

good job :)

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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by wkuzma » Thu Apr 09, 2015 5:36 pm

no matter what I do I always get
ERROR 0x6f: Connection refused

I tried everything in this forum to correct the problem
everyone can connect to the ts3 server except serverquery that gives the error

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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by Tecwar » Fri Apr 10, 2015 9:13 am

hi,
check the content of this post:
viewtopic.php?f=456&t=2306326#p14018261

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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by Tecwar » Fri Apr 10, 2015 3:00 pm

update version 1.4.7beta

1.4.6beta to 1.4.7beta:
  • fix icon-path-bug with cache and app.php
  • fix bug with emty welcome message and cache
  • add readme
  • optimized some source code

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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by wkuzma » Fri Apr 10, 2015 4:04 pm

Tecwar wrote:hi,
check the content of this post:
viewtopic.php?f=456&t=2306326#p14018261
I did all that and still the same problem
I will install the new version you posted now and try again.
I installed the new version and still get
Teamspeak-Viewer

ERROR 0x6f: Connection refused
when I use putty and when I use http://www.adminkit.net/telnet.aspx to test the connection
they both connect without a problem

Welcome to the TeamSpeak 3 ServerQuery interface, type "help" for a list of commands and "help <command>" for information on a specific command.

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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by Tecwar » Fri Apr 10, 2015 4:58 pm

run the webserver and teamspeak server on 2 different servers?
TEAMSPAEK-HOST IP works only IP ( ts.example.com can´t work)

a firewall seems to be problem
a server blocks some ports

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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by wkuzma » Fri Apr 10, 2015 8:41 pm

Tecwar wrote:run the webserver and teamspeak server on 2 different servers?
TEAMSPAEK-HOST IP works only IP ( ts.example.com can´t work)

a firewall seems to be problem
a server blocks some ports
The web server and ts are on two different servers and different ips
I used the ip not the domain name I did see that in your first post.

the posts are not blocked
when I use putty and when I use http://www.adminkit.net/telnet.aspx to test the connection
they both connect without a problem

Welcome to the TeamSpeak 3 ServerQuery interface, type "help" for a list of commands and "help <command>" for information on a specific command.


Port
Status Protocol and Application

10011
OPEN! Unknown Protocol for this port
Unknown Application

when I shut off ts3 the the port closes

10011
Closed Unknown Protocol for this port
Unknown Application for this port

Thanks anyway I found Gametracker reads it perfectly and allows me to put it on my web site
example http://www.kickallbutts.org/template.php

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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by Tecwar » Fri Apr 10, 2015 10:05 pm

hi,

please notice that your web own webserver also has ports. If you use external scripts (running on external server) to test the ports, then it will succeed because the external server has the ports open, but this doesn't mean that the ports are open on your web server. Could you please check if the ports on your web server are open and no firewall or similar interferes. As example you want to go from point A (your webserver) to point B (TS) but your port on A is locked than this doesn't work. If you go from point C (server where the external script is running) to B this works fine. This is because the ports on C are open but are closed on A

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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by wkuzma » Fri Apr 10, 2015 10:18 pm

Tecwar wrote:hi,

please notice that your web own webserver also has ports. If you use external scripts (running on external server) to test the ports, then it will succeed because the external server has the ports open, but this doesn't mean that the ports are open on your web server. Could you please check if the ports on your web server are open and no firewall or similar interferes. As example you want to go from point A (your webserver) to point B (TS) but your port on A is locked than this doesn't work. If you go from point C (server where the external script is running) to B this works fine. This is because the ports on C are open but are closed on A
I had to read this 3 times but got what you mean I will check with hostgator to see if they have port 10011 open
on my web site - the test was done from my server with ts3 on it not the web site which is on hostgator.

OK I checked and my web site host has 10011 blocked I guess that is why it don't work for me.

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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by kittrad » Fri Apr 10, 2015 11:37 pm

By the way, you would also have to consider the ISP if they are blocking that port. Better eliminate that as well.
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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by wkuzma » Sat Apr 11, 2015 3:57 am

kittrad wrote:By the way, you would also have to consider the ISP if they are blocking that port. Better eliminate that as well.
My isp is not blocking that port
but thanks anyway

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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by John connor » Sat Apr 11, 2015 4:39 am

I was interested in running this extension and have waited for things to be ironed out first before I installed, but I'm using a shared host and after reading the problem above I bet the server blocks the TS port and I bet the query port and file transfer port. I wonder if I can ask them to open those ports. Not sure. I am on a dedicated IP address.

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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by wkuzma » Sat Apr 11, 2015 3:54 pm

John connor wrote:I was interested in running this extension and have waited for things to be ironed out first before I installed, but I'm using a shared host and after reading the problem above I bet the server blocks the TS port and I bet the query port and file transfer port. I wonder if I can ask them to open those ports. Not sure. I am on a dedicated IP address.
I use shared hatchling from hostgator and was told the only way they can open port 10011 is if I upgrade my service.

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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by Beun12 » Mon Apr 13, 2015 10:17 am

Great Ext, thanks.

Is it possible to view a second server?

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Re: [beta] Teamspeak Viewer EXT

Post by John connor » Mon Apr 13, 2015 2:25 pm

wkuzma wrote:
John connor wrote:I was interested in running this extension and have waited for things to be ironed out first before I installed, but I'm using a shared host and after reading the problem above I bet the server blocks the TS port and I bet the query port and file transfer port. I wonder if I can ask them to open those ports. Not sure. I am on a dedicated IP address.
I use shared hatchling from hostgator and was told the only way they can open port 10011 is if I upgrade my service.

What kind of upgrade? VPS?

At that point I'd just buy a Teamspeak server from a host.

I have my own TS server at home, but I'd rather have a private IP server.

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