According to the TeamSpeak 3 FAQ, this can be done.
Please keep in mind that if you use "
cid=channelID", the parameter
channel=MyDefaultChannel" will be ignored.
Parameters are optional. In most cases, specifiying the host and port
should be sufficient. Nicknames usually should not be specified, leave
this to be configured by the users in the client.
So a common URL would look like this:
Example for a complete HTML link:
<a href="ts3server://ts3.hoster.com?port=9987">Click to connect to my
For reference, this is how it used to be (and how it should still work for Teamspeak 2):
Another way to connect to a server with the TeamSpeak Windows client
is via a webbrowser. The way to do it is as follows:
The parameters in the link are "
channelpassword" and should be separated by
?". TeamSpeak will start up automatically and log you in according to
the parameters given. Note that you do not have to enter all this
information if you just want to connect to a server via your
webbrowser. Just the IP address and port will do to log in to a server
as a guest.