TeamSpeak allows server owners to ban users by any combination of IP, the username (including regular expressions), and unique identifier. The TeamSpeak bans can be either temporary or permanent, but either way, if you follow the guide below, you will get unbanned instantly.
You can be banned from any TeamSpeak server for many different reasons. While most of the time, people get banned for breaking the server rules, there are a lot of cases where users will get prohibited from accessing TeamSpeak servers for no particular reason or by a moderator’s mistake.
To bypass the TeamSpeak ban with 100% success, you should do every step of this guide in the same order as shown below and not skip one. If you miss or change the order, you will most likely get banned instantly again!
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Step 1 – Create a new TeamSpeak Identity.
Open TeamSpeak, navigate the menu bar, and click on Settings and then Identities.
Next, click on Add new identity, select a different Nickname, delete the old identity, and click OK.
Step 2 – Change Product ID
As I said above, TeamSpeak bans a unique identifier bonded to your PC, which means that if you don’t change this unique identifier, every new account or identity you create will get linked back to your ban, and you will be banned on TeamSpeak again instantly. You don’t want that, so you will have to change the unique identifier. Thankfully for you, it’s effortless and quick to do so; just follow the steps below.
Press the ⊞ Win+R, and a small window should pop up. Type “regedit“, and hit enter.
You should see the Registry Editor window.
Now navigate to the following folders in the same order:
- Windows NT
- Current Version
- Windows NT
Now you should see a list with different values. Locate ProductId, right-click on it, and choose “Modify...”
Change a few numbers of the ProductId and click OK.
Step 3 – Change your IP address.
Your IP address is the final step that will even make or break everything you did above to bypass the TeamSpeak Ban. The best way to change your IP address is to use a VPN service or a proxy server(Proxys need an excellent setup to avoid disconnections and unhiding your IP, so let’s stick with the VPN).
The solution is to use a VPN service that provides you with a dedicated IP address which means that apart from you being able to access all the public IP addresses of the service, they will provide you with a dedicated IP address which you will be the only “owner”, so no one else can access it. Not all VPN services have this feature.
I can’t save you money because you will need a VPN 100%, but if you are just testing the method, you can get 30 days FREE subscription on NordVPN and test the method without spending a penny.
Once you have installed NordVPN
- Ensure the option to disconnect you from the internet if the VPN is disconnected is enabled.
- Make sure you have enabled OpenVPN (UDP) or OpenVPN (TCP) protocol from the settings tab.
- Locate the Specialty servers category on the right. Click on it to expand.
- Click on Dedicated IP and choose the location you wish.
Step 4 – Restart and Connect
Once you’ve done everything above, restart your computer, connect to your dedicated IP address, and start TeamSpeak with the new identity you created, and you should be good to go!
You have successfully bypassed the TeamSpeak ban.