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Steve I

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:help: someone help me. What do i have to do to get rid of socket error #11004???
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I googled the error you displayed. After looking at several of the links returned, this seems to be the answer.

Socket error 11004 - Valid name, no data record of requested type

=> host-name resolution may have failed, you may try to enter your server's ip address instead

What you need to do is find out the IP address of the TeamSpeak server you are trying to connect to and use that instead of the name you are using now.

If this doesn't seem like the correct solution to your problem, let me know as I don't have much experience with TeamSpeak, and I'll look into it more.
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thanks for the advice but i was already entering the IP address.
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I have no experience with TeamSpeak. And this may sound silly, but did enter the port number after the ip address.

Edited by darth_ash, 13 July 2005 - 07:13 AM.

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I just found another article that says you'll get the same error if you don't have the port number following the IP address. It should look like this

192.168.0.50:8768

Just substitute the correect and IP address and port number for the server you're using. Let me know if this helps any.
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ok guys thanks i did not have the port number.
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