What is the difference between a Clan Server and Public Server?



Clan Server = This server is used for your multiple Teams/Clans use All Teamspeak users in the server are visable to everyone.

Public Server = Generally this type of server is available to be used by guests (normally a public server would allow guests to create channels for their own use). and will not show Teamspeak users in the channels other than the one you are currently in.

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