Public TeamTalk Server

A Note Before Continuing

There are no plans of updating my TeamTalk Server in the near future. In fact, there is a chance that somewhere in the near future, it will go down.

Due to its security flaws, I am sad to say that it is not a feasible solution for secure communication. It is more appropriate to use services such as Telegram or Discord.

With that being said, this page will eventually cease to exist.

What is TeamTalk?

Taken from BearWare's site itself, "TeamTalk 5 is a freeware conferencing system which allows multiple users to participate in audio and video conversations."

TeamTalk consists of two parts.

  • The client, which is what you use to connect to a server.
  • The server (in this case, my server) which clients will connect to.

How to Obtain TeamTalk on a Computer

Before you are able to connect to the server, you must first download the client. You can get copies of the client portably (meaning you can put it on a flash drive or other portable media devices), or you can get an installer (meaning it is directly installed onto your computer). Both versions of TeamTalk can be foundĀ on this page.

How to Obtain TeamTalk on a Mobile Device

You can get the TeamTalk client on iOS or Android with the following links.

TeamTalk 5 on the App Store (iOS)

TeamTalk 5 on Google Play (Android)

Connecting to my Server

Whether you are on a computer or a mobile device, the steps are relatively the same, the only difference being that on a mobile device you are required to activate the Add Server button, and some elements are in a different order.

Due to these circumstances, Move will be the term to go to the next or previous item, either on your computer keyboard or on your mobile device's screen. The most important elements will be the ones referenced first and foremost.

On a Windows computer, the first time you open TeamTalk, you may be asked to allow TeamTalk through the Windows Firewall. Select Yes, and then switch windows to a prompt that may appear about allowing the app through. Confirm, and when the User Account Control prompt appears, hold down the ALT key and then press Y to accept.

With that out of the way, you should now be able to proceed with the setup.

  1. On a mobile device, move to the Name field, and enter the name you would like the server to show up as in your list. This is not the server's name, but a preferred name. Remember, on mobile devices, you must select Add first before these fields appear.
  2. Next, you want to find the host address/domain field. Enter the address "" (without the quotes).
  3. Move to the TCP Port field, and enter 10333.
  4. Move to the UDP Port and also enter 10333.
  5. You will find two fields side by side, the username and password. Leave those blank.
  6. Now, if you are on a mobile device, select Save. For those on a computer, the name field (the one where you type your custom name) is further down. Right next to it will be a save to server list button. The reason I did not reference this in step 1, is because it would require you to move all the way down to the server name list, and then move all the way back up to the host address field.

Now, if everything was entered correctly, simply select the server in the list on your computer, or if you have a mobile device, select the Connect button to the right of the server's name you chose.

And from there, you should be good to go!

If anything went amiss, or you are unable to connect to the server, double check the information you entered to see if it matches up with the information I provided above.

If you are still not able to connect, please contact me, and I will be willing to assist. Who knows, perhaps it is my fault and I provided incorrect details!

Quick Connect

For those who know what they are doing, and would simply like the information on separate lines, here you are.



Username and password is blank.