Voice Servers



Mumble is a voice over IP (VOIP) application primarily designed for use by gamers. Mumble uses a client–server architecture which allows users to talk to each other via the same server.[2] It has a very simple administrative interface and features high sound quality and low latency. All communication is encrypted to ensure user privacy.

A Mumble server (called Murmur) has a root channel and a hierarchical tree of channels beneath it. Users can temporarily connect channels to create larger virtual channels. This is useful during larger events where a small group of users may be chatting in a channel, but are linked to a common channel with other users to hear announcements. It also matches team-based first-person shooter (FPS) games. Each channel has an associated set of groups and access control lists which control user permissions. The system supports many usage scenarios, at the cost of added configuration complexity.





TeamSpeak is proprietary voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) software that allows computer users to speak on a chat channel with fellow computer users, much like a telephone conference call. A TeamSpeak user will often wear a headset with an integrated microphone. Users use the TeamSpeak client software to connect to a TeamSpeak server of their choice, from there they can join chat channels and discuss things.

With TeamSpeak, games can talk with one another in -real-time while they are immersed in an online games with their friends and family. In addition, clans or guilds that compete online can setup private TeamSpeak servers allowing their fellow teammates to organize themselves and speed up their actions without having to spend their actions without having to spend their precious time typing text or instructions for the rest of their team to follow.

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