A voice server is a server for IP telephony over a computer network (Internet/LAN).
In contrast to the peer-to-peer principle of conventional telephony, where two or more conference topics are connected online simultaneously, the voice server software is used for voice-supported chats on the Internet. For this purpose, the voice server method requires a server program for the service provider and a client program on the PC of the users/participants. The server is permanently online under a static host address (IP, domain) as a fixed point of contact, while the participants log on to the service provider with their access data for a limited period of time, depending on their communication requirements, to communicate with the “voice chatters” which are also online. Voice servers are widely used by instant messenger and chat room providers. One of the main user groups is the community of Internet gamers. Arrangements for first-person shooters, strategy games or even role-playing games (MMORPG) are useful here and provide the necessary advantage over an opposing team or player. The offer of commercial and freely usable voice server programs is manifold. Most software solutions offer the possibility to set up different audio chat rooms on a voice server and to assign status and rights (e.g. administrator, moderator).
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