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  1. Voice chat world of warcraft not working
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  79. If you decide to rent one they are cheaper then vent server as well. I figured that it probably wasn't working for a long time and wasn't going to make an issue of it.
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  81. This is not the case. But the Firebind OUTBOUND test is a lot more complicated to perform but now that it's available it's getting a lot of use in the online gaming community. Comment by rodalpho on 2016-10-20T14:11:11-05:00 Voice was actually first added all the way back in TBC. Installed to a computer or smart phone, Discord will allow you to create a public or private chatroom for text and voice communication that will work regardless of friends lists.
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  83.  - That option also fixed the same issue I was having with discord also.
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  85. I've been having this problem with a friend since what seems like forever. I can't get voice chat in-game to work. My friend and I don't have anything other programs to talk that are common with each other. Is the system broken or are we not doing something right? I enabled it from the menu, tested it with the record test and likewise and it registers. My friend does the same and gets the same response. But we can't hear each other in party chat. It just closes out. I think that might be the problem... S: No addons activated but recount at this moment. Voice chat servers are up and running right now. Voice chat does require that the World of Warcraft UDP ports not be blocked so that chat can get to your computer on your end, and it not being blocked on your friend's side too. Setting up port forwarding on your router may fix it. Check this article for more information - Well, I can't figure it out. All of that port forwarding is too much for me to undertake and disabling my firewall wasn't enough to make it work. Thanks for your help, Datth. I'd recommend that the development team revamp the system, so that more people can use it. I didn't have to do any configuring on mine at home for World of Warcraft. On others or more restrictive ones, it's just harder. If you know what kind of router and modem you have, other people here or one of us can try to walk you thru. Router firewalls are something that you can't quite turn off unless you turn on DMZ mode. You two have software that blocks the feature, and it's Blizzard's fault? You don't have to use it to play the game. In fact, I don't know a single person who uses the in game chat over vent or other talking program. Most online games including WoW use a combination of UDP and TCP ports for the gaming client to talk to the WoW servers let's call it the OUTBOUND direction. The way it works is that the client let's say user's PC even though Mac is also a client initiates a connection to WoW server over one of these ports: TCP: 1119,3724,4000,6112,6113,6114,6881-6999 UDP: 3724 So, once a client sends data packets to a WoW server on let's say, TCP port 1119, then the server can send packets back to the user through that same connection. Basically, the PC opens up a conversation known as a TCP socket , and both client and server can now talk back and forth. Where portforwarding comes in to play is when a server needs to talk to a client and the server needs to initiate the conversation known as the INBOUND direction since we're talking from the perspective of the WoW user. However, this isn't necessary for your average WoW user. If it WAS necessary, then it would prevent more than 1 person in a home from playing since the home router could only forward the packets to one PC. In the case of coroporate and university firewalls a lot of those entities block all ports there are 65536 udp and 65535 tcp port to begin with, and then only ALLOW specific ports for which there is a valid use and WoW seldom is on this list unless a network admin goes back in to add them. For home PCs some firewall software can be very picky and try to block most ports. If your PC can send packets to a server on the Internet over the needed ports, then it stands to reason it can send packets to the WoW specific servers over those same ports. Firebind is a site that provides that test. It has a WoW specific test. But what you really need is a test for blocked ports in the OUTBOUND direction, and only Firebind provides that. I think the reason that the waters have gotten so muddied over the years is that the tests that those INBOUND sites provide are very simply and only represent a few hours of programming work. But the Firebind OUTBOUND test is a lot more complicated to perform but now that it's available it's getting a lot of use in the online gaming community. My son and I are having the same issues. We have both shut down our anti-virus and made sure that the ports are not blocked etc. We can both use the microphone record utility within WoW and can hear our own voices. We can see the speaker icon next to our characters but neither one of us can hear the other. To be clear this was NOT the case in the earlier patches. Once we both upgraded to the latest patch the problem began. So we have all the same hardware and settings that we had before the patch and all worked fine. Now there is no chat capabilities. All the setup type screens show that all the settings are correct and working correctly. I could use some support from someone anyone from Blizzard to help us!?!?!?!
  86. You can also change the key used for Push to Talk from this menu. I know people do use Ventrilo, and eventually TeamSpeak, but what about the in-game xi chat. We will soon introduce support for JPY, CAD, and NZD. Is there something that I have to do to get people to chat. Switching to local currencies is a key step toward achieving this. Network settings can prevent console voice chat from functioning properly.
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