TeamSpeak is a Voice over IP application commonly used by gamers to communicate via voice during gameplay sessions. Users can create their own TeamSpeak servers or use one provided by a game services provider.
Team Speak 3 servers can be run on any Internet-connected Windows, Linux or Mac computer with a minimum 128 MB of memory and 5 MB of available hard drive space. Though the application will run at minimum spec, Triton recommends 512 MB or more of memory for better performance.
Team Speak 3 allows unregistered, non-profit licenses that support one server and up to 32 users. Registered non-profit licenses support ten servers and up to 512 users, but require the license to be registered via the Triton website.
TeamSpeak can be run on a private computer that is also running a web server as long as the physical machine meets the minimum hardware requirement. Users connecting to the server should include the port number (defined during server set up) of the TeamSpeak instance they are trying to access, for example: "sample.teamspeakserver.com:8767."
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