Teamspeak Support :: Unable to connect, socket error 11004.
If you get an error "Socket Error 11004" when trying to connect, there are a lot of different causes and solutions possible.
- The first thing to verify is that your address field is correctly filled.
- Open your connection window in teamspeak and verify that your address does not have any spaces, unwanted caracters or missing caracters.
- Common errors is to copy and paste the address with a trailing space or forgetting to put the port in the address.
- Verify your address format
- The address should look like this: IP.IP.IP.IP:PORT or ADDRESS:PORT
- The port an IP is provided in your account.
- In some cases the problem is a DNS issue
- If you are using the domain name to connect, for example "ts2.light-speed.com:9999", try using the IP address instead.
- Another commun cause is the firewalls and anti virus.
- Try closing all your firewalls/anti-virus and then try to connect to your teamspeak server.
- If you are now able to connect, it means that your firewall or anti-virus is blocking the port to connect to your teamspeak server. You need to find the option in your firewall where you can open that specific port.