Looking for help with self hosted VOIP system

vanarp

Active Member
Basically I am looking for help to setup my own Google Talk or Skype like system so that me and friends can talk (voice chat) over it.

While I do not know anything about such stuff, I am optimistic that there should be Open Source software and people should have already done it.

There is no real requirement for a such a thing at the moment except that I am want to have fun with my virtual servers :)
 

rsk

Active Member
Verified Provider
Why not use teamspeak? It is easy to install and the client works proper (PC to PC)
 

5n1p

New Member
This is how I install TS3:

adduser teamspeak

go to offi site and get link for last version for you system:


wget link
tar -zxvf filename
cd /teamspeak_ver
./ts3server_minimal_runscript.sh

copy: admin user

admin pass

and token you will see all that in console

connect to your ts3 server with admin pass and token

after that use


./ts3server_startscript.sh
to start restart stop etc.

Code:
./ts3server_startscript.sh restart
 

drmike

100% Tier-1 Gogent
+1 for Mumble.  I have used it on our private LAN environment as a solution.

Android app available for it too.
 

blergh

New Member
Verified Provider
Mumble is good for voip, but just about shit for everything else. Skype is cancer.

Otherwise a PBX might be useful, quiet nice to have.
 
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drmike

100% Tier-1 Gogent
Okay so VOIP with mumble is fine, but you can't call a dialtone user.  Aside from that... it's fine.  It's real quick to get installed.  Literally with docs < 20 minutes first time through.

Skype, yeppers you nailed that.

Asterisks or similar PBX would be nice, but rather complicated.  Probably something out there with a doc to follow.
 
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