Install TeamSpeak Server

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 conferencing 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. (TeamSpeak)


First add the user teamspeak, then install teamspeak. You should install this under the user and start the servers under a non privileged user.

# adduser teamspeak
# su teamspeak
# cd /home/teamspeak
# wget ftp://ftp.freenet.de/pub/4players/teamspeak.org/releases/ts2_server_rc2_202319.tar.bz2

# tar -xvjf ts2_server_rc2_202319.tar.bz2
# cd tss2_rc2
# ./teamspeak2-server_startscript start

 

Check server.log:
# grep “password” server.log

Try to find something like this (username and password):
WARNING,Info,SERVER, admin account info: username: admin password: xxxxxxxx-xx-xx

WARNING,Info,SERVER, superadmin account info: username: superadmin password: xxxxxx

Now you can access to the web interface
http://serverip:14534

 Click on SuperAdmin Login, then fill in the details provided in server.log

If you want to add a server, just select servers from the left menu, then click Add Server ButtonFill in the boxes and set the port at the bottom.

Starting the server:
Select servers from the left menu and click Start

Now you can connect to the server via your teamspeak client.

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