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Teamspeak 2 server setup

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Im not sure if this is the best forum for this as its a bit of an overlap question sorry
I was thinking about setting up a small teamspeak server hosting company and was hoping someone here might be able to guid me in the right direction. See i was thinking they must be fairly low spec compaired to game servers right? but i really dont have a clue as to how low spec AND im not sure how fast an internet connection i would need.
bear in mind this project is still in development and its just me and a coupple of m8's pitching in.

we were aiming to host about 35 servers with a max voice codec of 19.5 kbit and a max users on each server of 18

we thought that you would probably need a coupple of box's to run these off so the load is shared.

if anyone has any advice on the box builds or net connection required please do reply thanks in adavanced
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Well, ive personally ran a TS server on my PC, and it is fine. The problem is usually not the Box but more of the Connection. You need a pretty good amount of Upload speed unless you want TS to break the speech. As for what speed ill have to do some checking
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