What is teamspeak? Well, Teamspeak is a program that allows people to speak with each other.

How does it works? Simple, a server host run a teamspeak server, and the user on its computer has the teamspeak client. This client connect to the server, and can create channels to speak with the people. The client only can connect via a teamspeak server, not directly to another user.

When can I use that? Every moment, if you playing a game, working, or you want to speak with a friend.

Ok, I have a server (with a web of World of Warcraft, and many players would like play and speak at the same time), and I’m interesting to install the teamspeak server. How will I go about?

1 – Download the teamspeak server
NOTE : Download the server and the updated binary

2 – Create (via shell) a path to your teamspeak,
like /home/teamspeak

3 – Unzip the ts2_server_xxx.tar.bz2 in the /home/teamspeak (with the command : tar -xjf ts2_server_xxx.tar.bz2 )

4 – Shell:
cd tss2_rc2
./teamspeak-server_startscript start

And the screen show that the teamspeak server is now on.

5- Now, you teamspeak server is working. It is necessary to open default ports in your host : 14534, 51234 and 8767

6 – in the shell:
./teamspeak-server_startscript stop
Stop the teamspeak, open the file server.log, and find the admin and superadmin passwords. Start again the teamspeak
./teamspeak-server_startscript start

7 – Paste on your web browser : www.yourdomain.com:14534 and login as superadmin, (click on the link at the bottom of the page)

8- Configure de superadmin settings and then login as admin to configure some more settings: name server, max clients, private clan…

9 – Install your teamspeak client: http://www.teamspeak.com/?page=downloads&archive=1 (if your computer is running on windows use the windows option.)

10 – Execute the teamspeak client and quick connect to your site (yourdomain.com:8767)
NOTE: If you have problems to connect with yourdomain.com:8767, prove with the IP of your server XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:8767

11 – Now, you can speak with other people in the same channel.

12 – Review all configurations : micro, sounds, channel, pass. , create new channels, add registered users,…

– Works fine !!!. And now, can I show the teamspeak server information? You can download the ‘teamspeak viewer’:
Edit the TSV_Config.php with the details of your server, and to view the status of your teamspeak server use the TS_Viewer.php (like this: http://www.quintelosky.com/ts/TS_Viewer.php )

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How To Install RED5 version 0.8 or 0.9 on CENTOS

RED5 is open source flash server written in java supports streaming audio/video, recording client streams, shared objects, live stream publishing etc. In this short steps you can install red5 server on your virtual server or dedicated.

This is post is being modified on 27th August 2013, the installation is for the Red5 version 0.8. as no one will use the 0.9…
Download and Install Java

RED5 server depends on Java, so lets install it first using yum:

# yum -y install java-1.6.0-openjdk java-1.6.0-openjdk-devel
Download and Install Ant (Apache Project)

Ant will need to compile RED5 server code. Ant comes in binary form, so just download and install it in /usr/local directory. This step may cause problems because they all always updating the apache ant and changing the name of it, so sometimes the binary is called apache-ant-1.8.0RC1-bin.tar.gz sometimes apache-ant-1.8.0-bin.tar.gz so you will have to get the correct link, go to http://opensource.become.com/apache/ant/binaries/ (link not working) and find what they have, get the one which ends on tar.gz, should be about 9-10 mega file, so edit the link down to the correct one;

# cd /usr/src
# wget http://mirrors.isu.net.sa/pub/apache//ant/binaries/apache-ant-1.9.2-bin.tar.gz (working link today 8/27/2013)
# tar zxvf apache-ant-1.9.2-bin.tar.gz
# mv apache-ant-1.9.2/ /usr/local/ant
Export Variables for Ant and Java

# export ANT_HOME=/usr/local/ant
# export JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java
# export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/ant/bin
# export CLASSPATH=.:$JAVA_HOME/lib/classes.zip

Also export these variables in /etc/bashrc to become available for every user login or for any terminal opens.

# echo export ANT_HOME=/usr/local/ant >> /etc/bashrc
# echo export JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java >> /etc/bashrc
# echo export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/ant/bin >> /etc/bashrc
# echo export CLASSPATH=.:$JAVA_HOME/lib/classes.zip >> /etc/bashrc
Download and Install RED5 Server

Now we come to the main part, which one you want? 0.8, 0.9, 0.7?? (using the 0.8 version)

you can find the various versions available at:


if for example you want version 0.8, then the command would be:

# cd /usr/local
# mkdir red5
# cd /usr/local/red5
# wget http://red5.org/downloads/red5/0_8/red5-0.8.0.tar.gz
# tar -zxvf red5-0.8.0.tar.gz
# sh red5.sh &
wait 2 minutes before you close the cmd window, then use:
# CTRL + A + D

if you just close the cmd window the red5 will stop, you must log off using the CTRL + A + D

When Red5 is running you should be able to access http://your-server-domain-or-ip:5080/ .

If it works first thing go to http://your-server:5080/installer/and install admin. Then to http://your-server:5080/admin/register.html and register an username and password. Then you can check application statistics anytime from http://your-server:5080/admin/ with server ip and the registered username, password.


You need to restart every time you add or update files in the /usr/local/red5/webapps folder where all applications should be installed.

RTMP and video streaming

RTMP path is not a link for streaming videos, it is a path to a a folder on red5 which will allow your red5 application to connect to red5 on our servers. Did I make it a bit clear?

for example lets take this application:

for this application to work we uploaded a folder called videowhisper to red5/webapps folder inside the server then on this script http://red5stream.com/videoconference/ there is a file called settings.php and we entered this rtmp path which was:

now do you see how it works?

red5 hosting or Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) hosting

Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) is a protocol for streaming audio, video and data over the Internet, between a Flash player and a server. A special software is required to run on server side for accepting and serving the rtmp connections from flash clients. We provide managed RTMP hosting based on RED5.

Red5 is shared on our shared hosting plans that means although you can use red5 to stream your videos you will not have access to the red5 folder. Most scripts based on red5 need to upload a folder inside red5/webapps.

This folder is important because it will be on the RTMP path, ex.


Contact us so we can upload your folder to red5/webapps and then give you the rtmp path.

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