Voices Over Internet Protocol (VOIP)

VOIP is a system that people use to talk to eachother in a game, meeting, chatroom, etc. Uses codecs that are bases of speeq or Microsoft.

There is 4 types of VOIP system out there.

Internal- Some games comes with it's own Internal system that uses the same codecs of all over systems.

Ventrillo- Created in 2002, the client is made for all types of operating systems. The server client is not freeware and you need to buy a license to run a server. The free server client can only run 8 clients max.

Teamspeak- Created in 2002 this uses the Mircosoft Codecs and is currently freeware. uses telenet admin rights and the server client. Server can hold up to 1000 people.

Mumble- Created in 2006 is GNU. this is a linux base Com. Uses Speeq and supported up to 160Kbs codecs. All software and addons supplied are free.

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