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    Server Set an IP to connect to

    Thank you for your suggestion. However, I am doing this, amongst other things, to prevent additional monthly bills
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    Server Set an IP to connect to

    Is there any way to bypass that?
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    Server Set an IP to connect to

    This is what I see when I try to forward ports
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    Server Set an IP to connect to

    I don't know to what ip I am supposed to connect to. It seems like my router only allows ipv6 ports to be forwarded in its software. Yes I am using the TeaSpeak client. As I said, I don't think I have an ip for the server yet.
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    Server Set an IP to connect to

    Ah, I see. However, the server is running. Just not online.
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    Server Set an IP to connect to

    Hey guys, first of all, I am fairly unexperienced when it comes to server stuff and linux. Which is why I wanted to set myself a challenge setting up a TeaSpeak Server. I am using a Raspberry Pi 400 and the ARM optimised release (1.4.4 IIRC). I followed all the tutorials I could find and even...