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How i can change my Teamspeak Domain

Posted June 14, 2015 2.8k views
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Hello
I own teamspeak server in windows vps and i want to move it to my linux but my problem i dont know how i can change the (dns and domain) in my linux
and did i need to stop the old vps to let the new server domain work ?

and i have non-profit teamspeak licensekey if i add it to teamspeak folder , and i stop or restart the server i cant run it again anyone know the way to add the licensekey in linux server ?

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  • Hello,

    You need to change your DNS record at your domain registrar, so that is the company where you bought your domain. Most of the domain registrars have a control panel where you can edit your records, you need to get in there and change the IP to your new server.

    You don’t need to stop your old VPS, once you edited your DNS record it should work after a while. You probably need to wait a few hours before your ISP had a DNS update.

    You can not run multiple teamspeak servers on one license, so you need to stop and remove teamspeak on your old VPS, wait some time before teamspeak updates the status and use this license on your new one.

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This question was answered by @CrypticDesigns:

Hello,

You need to change your DNS record at your domain registrar, so that is the company where you bought your domain. Most of the domain registrars have a control panel where you can edit your records, you need to get in there and change the IP to your new server.

You don’t need to stop your old VPS, once you edited your DNS record it should work after a while. You probably need to wait a few hours before your ISP had a DNS update.

You can not run multiple teamspeak servers on one license, so you need to stop and remove teamspeak on your old VPS, wait some time before teamspeak updates the status and use this license on your new one.

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