• Created on:2021-08-22 17:29:38
  • How to DDoS Protect your Teamspeak 3 server

This tutorial will explain how to set up and configure a DDoS protected Teamspeak 3 server. This guide assumes you know how to setup Teamspeak or already have a server running (and you have access to it) Step 1: Backend Setup

Setup Teamspeak on your server, this server will be from here on referred to as the "backend server". On the backend server, you may use whichever Operating System you are most familiar with, however, if unsure we recommend Debian

Linux.

Please ensure that the service is running and connectable on the backend server.

Step 2: Purchase DDoS Protection Service

You can contact us and we will advise u of the best service we can provide. Information we need: Where is your backend server located? Ip and port you will be using for TS3 Server. How much bandwidth do you need monthly? How frequently you face DDoS attacks? You Need a unicast Anti DDOS or Anycast? (AnyCast has the strongest capacity and can mitigate attacks up to 980 Gbps in fair conditions)

however, Asian pops have less capacity as the cost of bandwidth is higher. Step 5: Final Step

We will respond to you after all the setup is done and provide you with the filtered IP address and port which your service will be using.

Step 6: Step 5: Finish & Test Once all steps are completed you should be able to connect to your service on your Filtered IP.

This Filtered IP is the address that you should use in any DNS names or supply to any connecting users. All traffic that arrives at configured ports on a Filtered IP will be filtered for the attack, and then forwarded to your configured backend server.

Note: If you (or your network provider) run a firewall either ensure the Backend Communication address (unless otherwise specified, your filtered IP) is whitelisted or that the firewall is disabled.

May your audio be clear and uninterrupted.