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Am 30.05.2011 13:11, schrieb Florian Effenberger:
Cc'ing Alex, who IMHO has some insight on running a Mumble server. Alex,
would it be suitable for our confcalls? How many resources does it need,
how does it work with client firewalls?

Clear advantages of mumble are low latency and high audio quality even
through slow connections usig CELT and Speex codecs (with overhead, the
needed bandwidth varies between 17.4kbit and 133.6kbit). (Internal)
Userauthentication is based on a PKI, interconnection with other
authentication sources is possible. Every connection is always
AES-encrypted. Mumble is opensource and platform-independent.

A disatvantage is the need to use the Qt-based client and the exclusive
use of a custom protocol. There is no possibility to connect to the
server via SIP.

Setup of the server can be done quickly as packages exist, so evaluation
is possible.


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