Voip Linux , Windows Machintosh , Android IOS


INSTALLATION

Mumble:

sudo apt-get install mumble mumble-server

CREATE A SERVER IF YOU NEED TO CREATE YOUR OWN ROOM

murmur-user-wrapper -i

Now …. edit the file : /home/sem/murmur/murmur.ini

kate $HOME/murmur/murmur.ini

and change what you need it can be left as it is (you can put a password …) , but i will suggest to decrease : users and bandwith like i did

# Port to bind TCP and UDP sockets to.
port=64738

# Specific IP or hostname to bind to.
# If this is left blank (default), Murmur will bind to all available addresses.
#host=

# Password to join server.
serverpassword=

# Maximum bandwidth (in bits per second) clients are allowed
# to send speech at.
bandwidth=30000

# Maximum number of concurrent clients allowed.
users=10

After you did your stuff in that file :

-kill the server

murmur-user-wrapper -k 

-restart the server with

murmur-user-wrapper

-now you need to open the ports : (that is specified into the same config file murmur.ini you need both tcp and udp )

you can open those ports from your router or with upnpc , that it’s very handy if your router has upnpc support …. so because of i have a modem that support upnp here there are the lines to do this job automatically:

upnpc -a $(hostname -I) 64738 64738 TCP  ; upnpc -a $(hostname -I) 64738 64738 UDP

launch

mumble 

now we can go here in connect and add a new server, so insert the ip of your machine , where the server is running and …

mumble1

and here there is a test
mumble

One Response to Voip Linux , Windows Machintosh , Android IOS

  1. katharsys says:

    i think isn’t properly a great thing, to talk with mac users.

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