TeamSpeak 3 Setup Instructions

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TeamSpeak 3 Setup Instructions

Post by Dave Blake » Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:38 pm

SunAir Express Virtual Airlines utilizes a program called TeamSpeak 3 (TS) for use as a company frequency. This company frequency allows high quality voice communications over the Internet between SAX pilots and personnel for meetings, various events like group flights and fly-ins, and company communications while flying on VATSIM.

TeamSpeak has two applications: A server and a client. The TeamSpeak server (computer) is the meeting point for the clients (pilots). The SunAir Express TeamSpeak server will remain available 24/7 subject to power and Internet Service Provider outages.

To use the SunAir Express VA TeamSpeak server you must download and install the free TeamSpeak 3 client software for your type of system (Windows or Linux, 32 or 64 bit) from the TeamSpeak web site at .

SunAir Express no longer has a TeamSpeak 2 server. You must have a TeamSpeak 3 client to use the SunAir Express VA TeamSpeak 3 server. TeamSpeak 2 and TeamSpeak 3 are not compatible. A TeamSpeak 3 client will not work with a TeamSpeak 2 server and a TeamSpeak 2 client will not work with a TeamSpeak 3 server.

You may wish to view this helpful TeamSpeak 3 client setup tutorial found on YouTube.

Should this link not work search YouTube using “teamspeak 3 client setup” and locate a video uploaded by TeamSpeak called “[C1] TeamSpeak 3 Client - Windows Installation and Setup Wizard”.

TeamSpeak allows both Voice Activated and Push to Talk. Push to talk is the preferred method with three or more users.

Contact Dave Blake for the IP address, Port Setting and Password to connect to the SunAir Express VA TeamSpeak server. You must have these three items to connect to the server.

If you have any questions or wish to test your connection please feel free to contact me.
Dave Blake - SAX212

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