Mumble is a voice over IP (VoIP) application primarily designed for use by gamers, similar to programs such as TeamSpeak and Ventrilo. Mumble uses a client–server architecture which allows users to talk to each other via the same server. It has a very simple administrative interface and features high sound quality and low latency. All communication is encrypted to ensure user privacy.

If you run into trouble get in touch with the IT team.

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We recommend downloading the latest development snapshots, as those have a better design and older versions may have issues with the overlay.

Official Clients for Windows, OS X, Ubuntu and iOS are available on the official download page. Unofficial clients for Android and iOS are also available there

  1. Go to Brave Core Service to log in via the official EVE-SSO.
  2. Double check the correct character is being displayed.
  3. Got to the Mumble service page
  4. Klick the Register button
  5. Klick the Connect to Mumble button
  6. After that, you will be prompted to open the Mumble Client. No further password or username is required. To reconnect, you will have to save the password.
  1. Open the Mumble client. Click Server > Connect. Click Add New.
  2. Enter the following details:
    • In the Label field, put: Brave Collective
    • In the Address field, put:
    • In the Port field, put: 64738
    • In the Username field, put your username exactly as it appears on the service page. You can easily copy and paste this by double clicking on the name and pressing Ctrl/Cmd+C.
  3. Click OK to save the new connection.
  4. Select the connection you just created Brave Collective and try to connect. It will tell you that you need to enter a password to connect. Enter the password you saved from the login process to connect. If the warning "Server presented certificate which failed verification" shows up, click Yes.


If you're persistently getting a message noting "Server presented a certificate which failed verification.." which loops after clicking "Yes", go to your Appdata directory, delete the "Mumble" folder and start over with Step 3.

If you can't find this folder, Windows is likely hiding it. Show Hidden Files

You might have success by lowering the security settings of your router from typical to minimal.

For comcast WG already set to low security settings, you can try the following:

  1. Log into your router with username admin and password password at
  2. Retrieve your computers IP address from connected devices
  3. Click on advanced tab on the left hand side, then port forwading.
  4. Turn on port forwading
  5. Click add service from the drop down box and select other
  6. Name it Mumble and select TCP and UDP. Enter your IP adress. Set start port and end port to 64738.
  7. Save settings

Mumble Features

Enabling Advanced Settings:
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Console messages are shown in the text area.

Console Messages:
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Notification messages notify you through a pop-up balloon.

Notification Messages:

Text-To-Speech Messages make the computer talk to you and Soundfile Messages will play a sound. Doh.

Text-To-Speech Messages:

Soundfile Messages:

If you've got your overlay setup, right click and Set it to only show people talking.

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Prevent channels from expanding on connect and show number of users in each channel.

No expand:

Show user count:

The highlighted Audio Output Settings brings down the volume of other programs when others talk. This can also cause your EVE client to mute itself when you Alt+Tab out of game when someone's talking.

Sound modification:

  • public/alliance/it/mumble.txt
  • Last modified: 2023/09/11 06:13
  • by Tian Khamez