Mumble server (murmur)

Introduction | Download | Connecting


The Quadronyx Mumble server (murmur) is fully operational.

(quote from Wikipedia)
Mumble is a free, open-source, cross-platform voice over IP application. It's primary users are gamers, and it is similar to programs such as TeamSpeak and Ventrilo. It uses a client-server architecture where users who want to talk connect to the same server.

Mumble's stated design goal is not to create the most elite gaming utility but to create the most social one. The goal is to recreate the feel and social interaction of a LAN party. As such, Mumble has a very simple administrative interface and most of the engineering effort is put into sound quality and low latency.

As of version 1.1, all communication is encrypted to ensure user privacy.
Put simply, Mumble/Murmur are a replacement for Skype, TeamSpeak, Ventilo etc and is heralded by many as better than them all! Below (figure 1 and figure 2) you can see what the client can look like (it's skinnable) in use.

figure 1: Simple screening showing Mumble in action
figure 1

figure 2: Simple screening showing Mumble in action
figure 2


You can download mumble from their main website: http://mumble.sourceforge.net/.


The servers address is mumble.quadronyx.org and listens for connections on the default port (which is 64738).

At the moment, the SSL certificate being used is just a auto-generated one. You can simply ignore the warning :P

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Last updated: 2012-02-19 11:22 UTC