To make it easier for your players you can point a subdomain to your TeamSpeak's IP address. Please see that tutorial here. Please keep in mind that after this tutorial it might take a while for it to start working due to DNS needing to update.
1. Log into the cPanel
2. Scroll down to the Domains section and click where it says Advanced Zone Editor.
3. Select SRV as the record type.
4. If you want something like ts.yourdomain.com to be used to connect to your server follow the steps below.
In this tutorial let’s say we want play.yourdomain.com
Name: Should be the subdomain you want along with the protocol/service. In our case, it’s _ts3._udp.ts (it will autofill the rest of the domain once you go to the next text box)
TTL: Use 14400. You can also use any other values if you know exactly what this is, and how to use it.
Priority: Use 0. You can also use any other values if you know exactly what this is, and how to use it.
Weight: Use 5. You can also use any other values if you know exactly what this is, and how to use it.
Port: This should be the port your server is running on. (ie., 25586, 25598, etc.)
Target: This should be either one of items below depending on your server's IP address:
If your server's IP is 126.96.36.199 use ts1.bisecthosting.com
If your server's IP is 188.8.131.52 use ts2.bisecthosting.com
If your server's IP is 184.108.40.206 use euts1.bisecthosting.com
After filling in the information click Add Record button.
5. You’re all set! You can now use your domain or subdomain you created to connect to your server. You will also see the record of it in your DNS info area.
If any information you see here is outdated, please let us know by creating a support ticket. Thank you.