Linking TS to sasclan domain

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Linking TS to sasclan domain

It would be pretty neat if we could have say ts.sasclan.org for out Teamspeak adress.

Yuke
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agree

Spidey01
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I'd settle for not having to type my login name every time I connect to the server....

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Just add the server to your Local Address Book, Click connect, then connect again and you're in Wink

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Hooah !!!!! Perfect, with the servers IP being always the same -> That means I'm happy Smile

The only value of a connecting by rather then direct IP would be if the actually servers host changes it wouldn't mean people updating their details.

Which has happened maybe 3 times in 2 years, 1ce was because En4cers ISP changed his IP, 1 was the server we have now, and the other was an intern server in between I think. I don't think the this one will be changing unless our servers change hosts again either.

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To answer the original Question, rather than sorting out our Admin's own little 'noob' day :oops: Wink

If i get you rightly...

You would like the TS address in your program to be = ts.sasclan.org?

If i am correct..this is not possible for a couple of reasons.

1/ the Ts. part, would be a subdomain on our webserver. Most hosting companies; for website based application. Will not alllow a 'constant' stream of data.
To put this in English.. They will close you down if you try to run it as a game/TS or Shoutcast server.

2/ your voice, on TS is transmitted as data. On a website, You pay for the data that you use. Far too Expensive to try and do it this way.

3/ im not sure that you can resolve an IP to a domain name. I know that you can do it the other way around. What im saying is, Converting that 4 octet IP into a subdomain, which is hosted on a seperate IP is far far too complex to even try and work out.

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Spidey01
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I think to do this we would need a new TS Provider.

Grishenko
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If you have that subdomain propagated by your direct DNS server, it will not have any traffic to the http://www.sasclan.org website at all... otherwise what you're thinking of is more of a routing/proxy/etc setup.

Also, networks work by IP addresses... domain names are just for convenience, and can be resolved by with a query. The opposite can be done similarily (i.e. reverse DNS).

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Where did the TS box go? Is it going back on the site??

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It will return...just not yet Wink

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