It's not possible to use multiple voice chat mods or a voice chat mod and Geyser on the same server because both of them require their own UDP port, and we only provide one port per server.
Aternos supports the following voice chat mods:
- Gliby's Voice Chat Reloaded for Minecraft versions between 1.8.9 and 1.12.2
- Simple Voice Chat for Spigot, Paper, Forge or Fabric
- Plasmo Voice for Spigot, Paper, Forge and Fabric
To run the voice server, these mods/plugins need an open port on your Minecraft server.
Gilby's Voice Chat Reloaded and Plasmo Voice don't need to be configured for this, since they use your server port by default. You only need to install it on your PC and the server.
Simple Voice Chat can also do this, but it isn't enabled by default.
Configuring Simple Voice Chat
To make Simple Voice Chat function correctly on your server, you'll need to adjust its configuration. Follow these steps to create the necessary configuration files:
- Install the mod and start your server.
- Once the server is running, stop it.
- Make sure your server is offline during the configuration process, as the mod may overwrite the settings otherwise.
Now, locate the configuration file based on your server setup:
- If you're using Spigot or Paper, open the files tab and find the file at: plugins/voicechat/voicechat-server.properties
- If you're using Fabric or Quilt, open the files tab and find the file at: config/voicechat/voicechat-server.properties
- If you're using Forge on a Minecraft version older than 1.15 or a Simple Voice Chat version newer than 2.4.0, open the files tab and find the file at: config/voicechat/voicechat-server.properties
- If you're using Forge on a Minecraft version newer or equal to 1.15 and your Simple Voice Chat version is older than 2.4.0, open the worlds tab -> click on Files -> serverconfig -> voicechat-server.toml
Once you've found the file, change 'port = 24454' to 'port = -1'. Finally, start your server, and you'll be ready to use the simple voice chat mod.