Teamspeak 3 Specific Configuration
This document is written assuming you have the Teamspeak 3 Server setup already. If you need assistance with this, please see the Teamspeak 3 Quick Start
Teamspeak 3 returns a Token Key for the Admin user to use the first time when logging into their new server via the Teamspeak 3 Client. This will be returned in your AWBS as the Username. When customizing your activation e-mail template, please keep this in mind.
This document is for Teamspeak 3, if you are using Teamspeak 2, please see: Teamspeak 2 Module documentation
The Teamspeak 3 module requires OUTGOING port 10011 OPEN on the firewall of your AWB Server. Note: If you have changed the TCP Query port in your Teamspeak Server config, then that port needs to be open instead.
php_socket is REQUIRED to be compiled on your Server running AWBS
Setup Server Group(s)
See Hosting Configuration page
Setup the Teamspeak Server(s)
Go to Server Setup and click Add New. Enter information asked for in the New Server Wizard. When you have completed adding all Teamspeak servers, go back to the server groups page and assign the correct default server. (Save the groups even if they show the correct default server)
Below are some details for your assistance:
- Server Name: Enter a server name for your reference in AWBS. Do not use spaces.
- Server Group: Assign the server to the correct server group.
- Server Type: Teamspeak3
- Server IP: Enter the server's IP address
- Server URL: Enter the url to the server. Example: http://my.Teamspeakserver.com
- Server CP: Enter the url given to customers to login to their Teamspeak account control panel Example: http://my.Teamspeakserver.com
- Server Cost: Enter your cost for this server. Used for reports only.
- Default NS1: Not Required
- Default NS2: Not Required
- SuperAdmin User: Enter the Teamspeak SuperAdmin username here.
- SuperAdmin Password: Enter your Teamspeak SuperAdmin password here.
- TCP Query Port: Default for Teamspeak is 10011 unless you have changed this in the Teamspeak Config File
- Starting Client Port: Enter the first port number you would like to start installing Teamspeak Servers on. By default Teamspeak 3 usually starts at port 9988. If you already have clients on that Teamspeak server you may want to change this to the next available port number.
- Update hosting list IP(s): Check if you are changing an existing Teamspeak server's IP address. This will update all existing hosting packages assigned to this server.
- Update hosting list Servers: Check if you are changing the server's servername. This will update all existing hosting packages assigned to this server.
- Delete Record: Only check this box if you are deleting this server. Caution: DO NOT delete a server that has plans and user packages assigned!
Configure your Hosting Package Types
- Configure types for hosting packages. Each type will display a web page for ordering.
- Use additional types to create multiple hosting order pages. Most people use the types to group their various hosting plan types, i.e. East Coast Teamspeak Servers, West Coast Teamspeak Servers.
- User Group: Should be Default unless you want this page only viewable by a different user group. (not the public)
- Server Group: Select the correct server group.
- Description: Enter what you want displayed as the title on the web page with this type of hosting
- Details1 Name - Details6 Name: Enter display text for the various specs for the plan type. This set of specs willl be used for all hosting plans in this type.
Hint: Once you have added and saved a Hosting Package Type, you can click to view/edit it again and see the correct link to use on your menu for this web page.
Configure your Hosting Plans
- Visible: Check if you want this plan to display on the web page.
- Default Plan: Check if this is the default plan for the type. Each type needs to have one default plan.
- Default Term: Enter the default term you want to display when your customers order. If you have other terms, they will get a selection to change it. Make sure the default term is a configured and available term for the plan.
- Upgrade Group: Set the upgrade group. All plans in this group number will show up as selections when the customer chooses to upgrade their plan. All plans in the same group should be in the same server group for the auto upgrade/downgrade to function properly.
- Package Name: Name the plan as you desire. Do not use any spaces.
- Package Type: Select the correct package type for this plan.
- Server Package: Not Required, Any name will work
- Package Desc: Enter the plan description as you wish it to appear on the web page for ordering.
- Reset BW on all existing user hosting: Not checked in Teamspeak
- Reseller Plan: Not available for Teamspeak
- Pricing: Enter prices for all terms you want to offer. Leave the fields blank if you don't want to offer them. Enter 0.00 if you want to offer them for free.
- Check the Free Domain checkbox if you want to offer a free domain name with this plan/term. (Select available tlds for free domains in the system setup, TLD Setup/Pricing page by checking the Free Option checkbox beside the tld)
- Assign the correct Activation Email Template. Be sure to either add a new email template or edit the existing Hosting Activation email template as desired to give your customers all necessary information they need when their account is activated.
- Complete the Package Display Text section with the plan's specs.
Configuring Hosting Package Specifics
Edit/View the package(s) created in Configure your Hosting Plans
At the bottom of each page you should see Package Specifics (Needed by some Server CP's)
The following details will need to be entered for your Teamspeak 3 to setup correctly:
- Clan Server: If set to True server will be listed as a Clan Server, If false it will be listed as a Public Server.
- Max Bandwidth: Max amount of bandwidth server is allowed to use
- Max Users: Number of user Slots for this Teamspeak Package