|Should the GSManager connect to your TS3-Server, then set to true. If you don't want to use the TS3 features, then set to false.
|The IP of the TS3-Server.
|The password of the ServerQuery user (more about this below in the section TS3-ServerQuery).
|The TCP-Port of the ServerQuery.
|The Username of the ServerQuery User.
|The TS3-Port, which you are using to connect to your TS3-Application.
Please be patient, that we are only providing basic information about the TS ServerQuery, which are actually the most important information to connect your GSManager to your TS3-Server (Further information may be delivered, if needed)
Add a ServerQuery User:
You can add a Username in your TS3 by clicking on Extras -> ServerQuery Login. A password will be set automatically. You must add these two information in the configuration above.
To add a ServerQuery User you require the permission b_client_create_modify_serverquery_login. It depends how your TS3-Server was configured by default, your ServerQuery User requires further permissions (for sending textmessages, poking, recieving the list about each connected TS3-Client, etc.). If a required permission is not given, you will find any information about this in the GSManager logfile.
Each TS3-Server has his own "flood protection" equipped, which prevents spam to a TS3-Server. By a basic configuration, any user (even your ServerQuery User) is only allowed to perform 10 commands in 3 seconds. This should also be enough for the GSManager, but by increased number of players and thus also potentially higher communication to the TS3-Server. this could result in a bottleneck. There is a query_ip_whitelist.txt in the TS3-Server directory, which prevents this. By adding the IP-adress of the GSManager, it is allowed to perform commands without any limitations. In case your TS3-Server and your GSManager are running on the same system, the you can also use the IP 127.0.0.1 (must be entered in basics.json -> teamspeak3 -> ip), which has been added to the Whitelist (by default of TS3).