Re: How do I host my own Mumble Server?
But this is what I do, goto http://www.dyndns.com/ and sign up for a free account, add a hostname to it (mine for example is voiceserv.homelinux.net)
Once that has been setup install ddclient on your machine hosting mumble. Then Configure it to update that hostname everytime your ip changes.
Mostly keep defaults, add your username and password to it, I have it check my ip every 30 seconds and update the hostname if the ip changes. Then you can give your users that hostname as the address to connect to and it will never change.
sudo apt-get install ddclient
sudo dpkg-reconfigure ddclient
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