Author Topic: FYI, using TeamViewer without DNS with Hosts file  (Read 23527 times)

Silvia938

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FYI, using TeamViewer without DNS with Hosts file
« on: January 21, 2014, 02:46:18 PM »
Just an FYI,

I tried to work-around the lack of DNS by adding:
213.199.128.18   login.teamviewer.com
46.163.100.220   teamviewer.com
46.163.100.220   www.teamviewer.com
To my Hosts file but it wasn't enough.

After using a packet sniffer I figure that it's trying to resolve ping3. and few masterX. subdomains, so I added 1-20 to cover them all, and now it works fine.

108.59.5.129   ping3.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.100   master.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.104   master1.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.102   master2.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.104   master3.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.100   master4.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.100   master5.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.100   master6.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.102   master7.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.100   master8.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.100   master9.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.102   master10.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.104   master11.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.100   master12.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.102   master13.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.100   master14.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.100   master15.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.102   master16.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.102   master17.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.104   master18.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.100   master19.teamviewer.com
178.77.120.102   master20.teamviewer.com