How to use TS3DNS.com:
Register then you can add up to two TSDNS zones free.
All you need is the IP address and port number of your Teamspeak 3 server.
Use a free TS3DNS.com or TSUCP.com subdomain:
Example: "myclan.ts3dns.com" (First come first serve.)
Use your own domain, setup a CNAME DNS record:
Login to your domain registrar and add a CNAME record pointing to ts3dns.com
Every domain registrar has a different process on how to modify your DNS entries, please see this page for instructions for several domain registrars.
DNS CNAME example: "ts.yoursite.com" to: ts3dns.com.
- Next after the TSDNS zone is active you can use the Teamspeak 3 client to connect to your server with just the TSDNS hostname.
- New zones and changes are reloaded every 2 minutes. If you recently added a zone and you are having problems please wait at least 5 minutes before trying again.
What is TSDNS?
TSDNS is a system that allows TeamSpeak users to connect to servers that are
running on arbitrary ports without having to specify the port. The "TSDNS hostname"
is used by the system to determine IP and Port.
TS3DNS Network Infrastructure
ts3dns.com is hosted on enterprise class servers backed by 100% Network and Power Uptime Guarantees. Storage is RAID-10 protected for superior performance and redundancy. For extra redundancy data is securely backed up offsite every 4 hours.
TSDNS requests are handled by a cluster of servers located in geographically diverse data centers around the world. This enables us to modify our TSDNS cluster at anytime to increase capacity or to ensure quality of service.