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= Protocol documentation =
 
= Protocol documentation =
  
A complete documentation about the protocol can be found here:
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A complete documentation about the protocol can be found at
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[https://mumble-protocol.readthedocs.org/en/latest/ readthedocs.org].
  
http://jubjubnest.net/gitweb/?p=mumble.git/.git;a=blob;f=doc/mumble-protocol.pdf
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= UDP Ping packet =
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Mumble supports querying the following data by sending a ping packet to the target server. Both the request and the response packets are formatted in Big Endian.
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The ping request packet contains the following data:
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{|
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!Width
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!Data type
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!Value
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!Comment
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|-
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|4 bytes
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|int
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|0
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|Denotes the request type
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|-
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|8 bytes
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|long long
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|ident
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|Used to identify the reponse.
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|}
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The response will then contain the following data:
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{|
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!Width
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!Data type
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!Value
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!Comment
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|-
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|4 bytes
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|int
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|Version
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|e.g., \x0\x1\x2\x3 for 1.2.3. Can be interpreted as one single int or four signed chars.
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|-
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|8 bytes
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|long long
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|ident
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|the ident value sent with the request
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|-
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|4 bytes
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|int
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|Currently connected users count
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|-
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|4 bytes
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|int
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|Maximum users (slot count)
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|-
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|4 bytes
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|int
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|Allowed bandwidth
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|}
  
= UDP Ping packet =
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Example implementations of pinging:
  
Mumble supports querying the following data by sending a ping packet to the target server:
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* The official python script [https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mumble-voip/mumble-scripts/master/Non-RPC/mumble-ping.py mumble-ping.py]
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* The IRC bot [[K-10]]’s [https://bitbucket.org/Svedrin/k10-plugins/src/tip/BwCalc/plugin.py#cl-120 extension of that script] that adds IPv6 support
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* The C#/.NET Core [https://github.com/Kissaki/mumble-ping mumble-ping application]
  
# Version
 
# Timestamp (for measuring the ping)
 
# Currently connected users
 
# Maximum users (slot count)
 
# Allowed bandwidth
 
  
An example script can be found at [http://0xy.org/mumble-ping.py mumble-ping.py].
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[[Category:Development]]

Latest revision as of 19:09, 23 November 2019

The Mumble Protocol is Open Source, just like Mumble itself. The source code for the current version can be found in the Git repository in the file Mumble.proto.

Protocol documentation

A complete documentation about the protocol can be found at readthedocs.org.

UDP Ping packet

Mumble supports querying the following data by sending a ping packet to the target server. Both the request and the response packets are formatted in Big Endian.

The ping request packet contains the following data:

Width Data type Value Comment
4 bytes int 0 Denotes the request type
8 bytes long long ident Used to identify the reponse.


The response will then contain the following data:

Width Data type Value Comment
4 bytes int Version e.g., \x0\x1\x2\x3 for 1.2.3. Can be interpreted as one single int or four signed chars.
8 bytes long long ident the ident value sent with the request
4 bytes int Currently connected users count
4 bytes int Maximum users (slot count)
4 bytes int Allowed bandwidth

Example implementations of pinging: