TeamSpeak to komunikator głosowy (VoIP) służący przede wszystkim do prowadzenia rozmów w sieci LAN oraz przez Internet. Pozwala na prowadzenie rozmów wieloosobowych, odbywają się one w formie grupowego czatu. Program przydatny jest również podczas sieciowych rozgrywek, gracze mogą porozumiewać się w czasie rzeczywistym.
TeamSpeak is a proprietary Voice over IP software that allows users to speak on a chat channel with other users, much like a telephone conference call. A TeamSpeak user will often wear a headset with an integrated microphone. Users use the TeamSpeak client software to connect to a TeamSpeak server of their choice, from there they can join chat channels.
The target audience for TeamSpeak is gamers, who can use the software to communicate with other players on the same team of a multiplayer game. Communicating by voice gives a competitive advantage by allowing players to keep their hands on the controls.
This QPKG is for Intel QNAP series ONLY (x39 and x59 series, 509 and 809), as TeamSpeak does not provide binaries that are capable to work with the ARM-cpu. Please do not request for it here, as i simply can't provide for it until TeamSpeak releases an arm based build.
1. Install and enable the TeamSpeak qpkg
The TeamSpeak service will create a TeamSpeak_info.txt file in you Public share. This file will provide you with Server Query Admin Account credentials as well as the ServerAdmin token.
If you have a licence you would like to use with TeamSpeak then simply copy licensekey.dat and serverkey.dat to the Public share of your NAS. Then start or restart (mandatory step) the TeamSpeak instance.
If you are behind a firewall then you will most likely have to forward the following ports:
9987 UDP for Voice
10011 TCP for Query Service
30033 TCP for File Transfer
[Migrate from Windows to Linux TS3 hosting
Thank you to shiningstar for suggesting I put this here.
Here are simple step by step instructions to migrate TeamSpeak hosting from Windows to QNAP/Linux:
Of course all of the stuff regarding installation shouldn't be taken into account as the QPKG installs everything already - However, steps in regard to configuration could be useful.