Teamspeak Support :: How to connect using your own domain name

If you have a domain name that you have purchased through a domain registrar such as Godaddy, you can use that domain name to connect to your TeamSpeak server. For example if you own "" you can use "" or "" or "" inside of TeamSpeak to connect.

1. Collect information

To begin this process you'll first need to collect some information that we'll use through out this guide. This information will be used to setup the DNS records on your domain allowing TeamSpeak to find out where your server is located. You will need to know the following:

Current TeamSpeak Server Address and port
Example: port 9987
Hostname You Want To Connect To

2. Login to your DNS manager where you purcahsed your domain

Login to the website where you purchased your domain and look for a section to be able to add a DNS record. This may be under a "manage DNS" or similar label. Adding a SRV record looks different at every registrar but they will all require the same number of feilds.

3. Setup an SRV Record

Add the following DNS record. Be sure to change the type to "SRV".

  1. SRV record using the following information (subsitute your own target and port):
    • Service: _ts3
    • Protocol: _udp.<yoursubdomain> (example: _udp.ts or _udp)
    • Priority: 0
    • Weight: 5
    • Port: <yourport> (example: 9987)
    • Target: <yourhostname> (example:
TeamSpeak DNS Option 3