Re: Two IP Address HELP!

Steven Bolbot (sjb@dove.net.au)
Thu, 03 Apr 1997 21:49:46 +0900


Maybe, but i'm not 100% sure that Wingate will handle UDP traffic, which I
think CU-SeeMe needs...
- Steven Bolbot

>
>Sound like a job for WinGate
>http://www.deerfield.com/wingate/
>
>...ken
>
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>> From: Yazz D. Atlas <devnull@bellatlantic.net>
>> To: CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu
>> Subject: Re: Two IP Address HELP!
>> Date: Wednesday, April 02, 1997 12:32 AM
>>
>> At 06:09 AM 4/1/97 -0500, you wrote:
>> >On Mon, 31 Mar 1997, Yazz D. Atlas wrote:
>> >
>> [ --- Cut --- ]
>> >
>> > You make it sound like you have both addresses active at the same
>time
>> > on your system, but you don't mention your hardware type. I have yet
>> > to see a PC or Mac implementation that permits a system to hold two
>> > addresses at the same time ... so I'm guessing you have a config prob
>> > and need to switch IP addresses to make this work.
>> >
>> > andrew. (brennan@allegheny.edu)
>>
>>
>> System: (forgot to add this to the last post sorry)
>> Win 95
>> 166 Pentium MMX
>> 48 RAM
>> 4 gig
>> 36.6 Voice/Fax
>> 3Com EtherLink XL combo card
>> Cornell Cu-SeeMe 0.90b1
>> and
>> White Pines Enhanced Cu-SeeMe 2.1.1x Demo
>> (both version have problems connecting to Cornell Reflectors but the
>> White Pines seems to connect to other White Pine Reflectors
>sometimes)
>>
>> Ok here is the deal with the two IP address, I'm running Win95 on a
>local
>> TCP/IP network using an ethernet card and the IP 192.168.0.10. This is
>so
>> I can mount files off my Linux machine running Samba (software to make a
>> Unix machine appear as a Win NT file server). This IP is just for
>getting
>> around my local network that I created. Telneting to the Linux server
>and
>> such.
>>
>> When I want to get to the Internet I use Win95 dial-up networking. My
>ISP
>> then provides me with a Dynamic IP something in the range of
>> 207.159.81.xxx. I can see my local network and the Internet at the
>> sametime when everything is connected. If I run winipcfg.exe it shows me
>> info for both my dial-up and my ethernet card. Each under there own
>heading
>> (dial-up or Ethernet Card).
>>
>> It like having two ethernet cards in one machine each with different
>IP's.
>> It almost acts as a poor mans firewall. Using other software I can
>connect
>> to the Internet from the Linux box through the ethernet card then out the
>> modem. Using Proxy address and connecting to special port numbers.
>>
>> Cu-SeeMe wants to grab the ethernet cards IP address and sends it with
>the
>> Dynamic IP address. I setup a reflector on a machine I have access to
>see
>> what the error was and this is all the logs would show.
>>
>> Client at source 207.159.81.XXX is opening a connection
>> Client's network address does not agree with protocol address
>192.168.0.10
>>
>> If I disable my local IP on my ethernet card I can connect fine but thats
>> no good since I store some of my important files on the network server.
>I
>> need to beable to use my local network at all times. Its not worth the
>> pain to reconfigure my network and reboot the whole system just to use
>one
>> peice of software. There has to be a better way.
>>
>> I wish there was away to pass this info on to the people who wrote the
>> software, for example Steve Edgar (mentioned it the About Cu-SeeMe
>Cornell
>> Info). There are other bugs with the software but this one is driving me
>> nuts.
>>
>>
>> TIA,
>>
>> Yazz D. Atlas
>
>
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