Mumble is a VOIP application similar to Team speak. Whichever you prefer, we offer free server access on both. If you need help connecting to any of our servers, please log on to our support page.
Okay, so you want to join and use our Mumble Voice Server, you've come to the right place. But before you go further lets make sure you have the software you need.
You do NOT require a microphone to use our voice servers, but it is of course highly recommended. You can still connect to our servers and LISTEN, and then of course you can still just use text chat on it!
If you don't already have Mumble installed you can download the client HERE (for Linux/Mac/Windows/Android/etc). Install this if not already, and lets continue.
Right, so you've got the software, but don't know how to connect. Thats easy enough. Just follow the steps below and you'll be sorted in no time.
- Launch your Mumble Client. <- Goes without question, If you've never used it before, or never connected to anything, it may bring up a audio wizard popup. If so run through that, following its instructions.
- In order to connect you to our server, and to make that easier in the future click the "Server" (or press ALT+E) menu option and select "Connect" then "Add New..." and fill in the information accordingly. Give it a label (EG: JRTX Gaming) so you'll know what server its for, etc. Address is "pnx.jrnetwork.net". With port being "64738". Up to your on Username.
- To connect via a favorite in the future, you just click the "Server" menu option then select "Connect" and then whichever server in your list you want and it'll connect.
- Alternatively to manual connection, you can simply click HERE (if you have Mumble installed that is!) and it will automatically connect/join the server for you.
Moving about the rooms is very easy, just double-click on any room you want to enter and you'll go there (as long as its not password protected or private/admin/etc).
Talking on the servers is dependent on what you've got your setup as, whether its push-to-talk (if so you hold whatever button you have setup as that then talk), or voice activation (just talk and it'll get sent). You may need to tweak an try various settings to get your setup exactly right. Mostly the generic setup should work but its up to you. If all else fails you can use the Audio Wizard via the "Configure" menu, or go more indepth via the "Configure" (or press ALT+O) menu and selecting Options.
Just remember, the rules we have apply to all our sites, and servers including our voice servers.
Please note, If you want the ability to have your own private chat room, you can avail of our premium service.