How do I use my own SSL certificate?

Please Note: This is an advanced topic. The vast majority of users should not edit their SSL certificate information

SSL certificates are used to ensure you are connecting to the correct mumble server. Our servers have SSL certificates already installed, however they require users to connect using the * hostname otherwise they receive an SSL warning.

If you are using your own hostname (EG: you will receive a SSL warning. This warning can be ignored and will not affect any security or safety of your server besides the confirmation that you are connecting to the right server and there is no "man in the middle" attack going on.

If you would like to use your own SSL certificate, follow these steps:

  1. Login to your account
  2. Click on Manage next to your server
  3. Click on the "Advanced" tab
  4. Click on "SSL Certificate" on the left side nav.

If you have any issues with your certificate please contact our support team by using the "Support" link in the top menu bar.

A great tutorial can be found on the mumble wiki here. If you are following that tutorial, ssl_mumble_concat.crt is your "Certificate" and mumble.key is your "Key".