Hmm... There may be a problem GetHostByName () error (11004)

Mike Craven (mdcraven@INTERACCESS.COM)
Fri, 12 Aug 1994 21:55:16 -0400


>Does anybody have a handle on the Hmm... There may be a problem=20
>GetHostByName ()
>error (11004)? It appears to happen to certain people with either >PC/TCP =
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(from
>FTP) and Newt/Chameleon (from Netmanage) communication software. Since >it =
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ =20
>appears to be a WinSock related problem (so say Netmanage tech >support)=20
could it
>be a problem with CUSM and its calls to the Winsock API?
BLAH Bblah blaH

1. "Machine Type, Make and Processor"
PC,ast,486/33
2. "Physical Method of connection to the Internet"
Modem
3. "Communication Protocol used"
PPP
4. "Communication software package"
'Newt/Netmanage'
5. "Communication software package version"
'Ver. 3.11'(SAMPLER)
6. "Any other information experiences"
Under Setup/hostname I just put in a "fake" name (Dynamite- get it)
Then I saved and exited, so it is registered in the program. Once I Log back=
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on Vioala... CU-SeeMe works although very slowly on a 14,400 modem < 2 fps
>Please give any information as to any problems experienced and how >they=
were
>resolved where applicable.

>Martin Storer
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just my 2=A2 =20
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Michael D. Craven mdcraven@interaccess.com
Mortgage Lender Also mdcraven@aol.com=20
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